Among the free activities are the concerts, exhibits, seminars, shows, a fair and it ends with the competition that will crown the 2014 World Tango Champions. Tango Buenos Aires synthesizes a passion that increases year after year his followers not only in Argentina but also in the world and strengthens the commitment with the heritage, growth and projection of Tango in all its expressions. The growth, projection and importance of Tango in the world has achieved such significance that in December 2009 it was declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity, by decision of the Intergovernmental Committee of UNESCO. Similarly, and since February 2010, Tango has an official and exclusive room in the city: the Teatro de la Ribera, in La Boca...
The Hall "Sentí el Tango" will be displayed in parallel within the activities of the Festival de Tango del Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires which is sponsored by the Arts District. The theme of the works must be submitted to the TANGO dance, its figures, its dancers, its music, its poetry, its environment (bars, milongas, etc.) As well as the "landscape" surrounding the TANGO: the Buenos Aires, La Boca, the steak, Gardel. Disciplines: Painting, Printing, Sculpture, Photography, Object, Glass, Ceramic, Mosaic, Digital Art, Textile Art, Mixed Media, etc..
A collection of music covers of tangos, milongas and old waltzes. They are an expression of an aesthetic style that marked an era. The drawings and paintings are very representative of the lyrics of each song. They take us back to a brilliant era of Tango, it's worth a trip through them as each speaks for itself.
He was born in 1914 as Alberto Salvador de Luca and he became the voice of the tango with the most popular accent. He studied and became a doctor, but he never stopped his activities as a singer of tangos. With an unique and personal style he made several tours abroad and filmed several movies in which he was the main protagonist. He was known as "El Cantor de los Cien Barrios Porteños" (The singer of a hundred neighborhoods of Buenos Aires). In the early twenty-first century, he was declared Illustrious Citizen of Buenos AiresHe died on July 23, 2002.
By the end of the year 2005, the openign of this bookstore gave to the Hondura street a literary touch among all the gastronomic premises and TV producers companies.
"Pichuco", a documentary by Martin Turnes on the work of the famous bandoneon player Aníbal Troilo, will be presented on Sunday in the Panorama Música section del 16to. Bafici, in the year in which we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the birth of tha
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Photographic records allow us to compare it with the present city and so appreciate the enormous transformations that Buenos Aires had in the twentieth century.
All the Tango Events to take into account are here...
Emblematic Milonga of the southwest also offers tango classes.
Benito Quinquela Martin is the most representative painter of the national art born of the "melting pot" of Argentine races, who trasmitted his colors to the popular urban culture. Born in the neighborhood of La Boca in Buenos Aires on March 1, 1890, and his first habitat was the Expositos' House, where he was left there with a simple note saying, "This child has been named Benito Juan Martín ". His adoptive father, Chinchella, was an Italian worker dedicated to the coal at the port, a theme which inspired various works of art. He was a painter of social commitment, follower of neo-realism movement in art, and among his most notable works are: "Puente de la Boca", "Tormenta en el astillero", "Despues del temporal", "Carnaval...
This web radio has the best stuff from "hooked" to milonga music in the style of the most important milonga in Argentina, the famous "Milonga de Almagro".
He was an extraordinary musician that debuted as a bandoneon player in the "Tabarís" at the age of 17.
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