TANGO-FESTIVAL (WITH PHOTO) – TELAM Agency
With the performances of the duos Leonel Capitano-Joel Tortul and Noelia Sinkunas-Alex Musatov and the veteran Uruguayan guitarist Alfredo Sadi, last night the 8th Mutante Festival opened at the La Casa del Tango Cultural Center in Rosario.
The proposal generated from Músicxs Tanguerxs Rosarinxs (MuTaR) will last until Saturday in two different venues and with other artistic proposals.
On Thursday night and with free admission, the bandoneon player, singer and composer from Rosario Capitano joined the pianist from Santa Fe Tortul in a celebrated set
In addition to this presentation in the context of the Mutante meeting, Capitano will be in Buenos Aires on Monday accompanying the first Buenos Aires screening of “Son Tango: entre el sueño y la vigil”, a film shot in Cuba that he shared with Juan Pablo Tavitta and that since 20.30 can be seen in Planta Inclán (Inclán 2081).
The musical offer that the festival offered last night also added the cross between Sinkunas’s piano and Musatov’s violin and Sadi’s deep guitar.
In the continuity of the conferences proposed by MuTaR, today from 9:00 p.m. the Mystic Cultural Center (Ricchieri 340) will host the “Milonga Mutante” by the Rafaela Municipal Orchestra and the Rosarina and Milonguera Orchestra, also adding DJ Milton Perales.
Saturday’s activity will move to the Sala Lavardén (Sarmiento and Mendoza) with a “XXI Century Tango Night” by Alejandro Guyot, La Llevada and Analía Goldberg.
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