Ana Sarmiento Alonso (accordion), Juan María Braceras Roldán (violin), Miguel Ángel Viñuela Solla (cello)
The program is built around the figure of Astor Piazzolla and commemorates the 30th anniversary of his death. During our trip we will visit Buenos Aires, Nueva York and Paris, all the places that inspired him to create the Nuevo Tango, which is a mixture of traditional tango, jazz and classical music. Along the way we also visit old friends, old loves and passions, unfulfilled desires, lost childhood and even heaven, finally arriving where it all began: in the South.
This trio formed two years ago in Basel around tango and popular music to bring it to the public in a small format. This intimate concert model has allowed the group to grow in that time, mainly due to their practical and versatile way of connecting with the audience. Moreover, the combination of these three instruments is very pleasant for the listener: the string and accordion sounds give the music both a classical and a popular character, just what these pieces need.
- J'attends (Se fue sin decirme adiós)
- La misma pena
- Saint Louis en l'île
- Rosa Rio (Quand tu liras ces mots)
- Dernier Lamento (a Albertito)
- Resurreción del Ángel
- Adiós Nonino
- Rio Sena
- El día que me quieras
- Por una cabeza
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