The Sounds in Democracy Festival, organized by the Department of Musical and Sound Arts (DAMus) of the National University of the Arts in different rooms of the City of Buenos Aires under the motto “in defense of the public, free and quality university” , began this week with a program that includes dozens of concerts.
With various daily recitals in different Buenos Aires venues until next Thursday inclusive, the festival includes the electroacoustic sound installation “Sounds in Democracy” and a concert of works composed by students in the 40 years of democracy.
Also 25 concerts of singing, instrument, repertoire and chamber music and another eight concerts of institutional ensembles.
On Monday, for example, there will be a packed agenda that includes a concert by the DAMus Tango Orchestra, at 11; another from the DAMus Percussion Ensemble at 1:00 p.m.; the Magma Ensemble at 3:30 p.m.; the renowned Ferni de Gyldenfeldt at 16; and the Argentine and Latin American Popular Music Ensemble (EMPAyLA) at 7 p.m. All of these in the Sala García Morillo on Avenida Córdoba 2445.
Among other activities, on Tuesday there will be two chamber music concerts: one at 7 p.m. by the chairs of professors Alfredo Corral and Raúl Becerra at the House of Russia on Avenida Rivadavia 4266; and another at 8 p.m. from Professor Haydée Scvartz’s chair in the Gordillo Room.
The complete program of the festival, which has free admission, can be consulted on the website: https://musicalesysonoras.una.edu.ar/agenda/festival-sonidos-en-democracia_40271.
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