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May 28, 2023
Fernando Cabrera.// photo Neme Eugenia The Uruguayan Fernando Cabrera and the Chilean Nano Stern, in a double performance in a packed room and accompanied by the Chamber Ensemble of the Río Negro Philharmonic Orchestra, headlined a sixth day of the Bariloche International Music Festival (Fimba) marked by Latin American sounds. With concerts in the La Baita Theaterin the center of the Andean city, whose distinctive sign was the sensitivity and emotion that emerged from the stage and touched the audience deeply, Cabrera and Stern combined the interpretation of their two repertoires with the judicious interventions of the ensemble, under the baton of the Director of the Festival, Martín Fraile. The presentation of couple Cabrera-Stern was one of the highest points of what the 2023 edition of Fimba has up to now, although it also stood out yesterday the recital of the bandoneonist Rodolfo Mederos. Chilean musician, Nano Stern.//photo Neme Eugenia Its stage was another of the rooms in which the musical encounter takes place: the Municipal Center of Art, Science and Technology, located in Puerto San Carlos, on the banks of Lake Nahuel Huapi. His presence marked the arrival at Fimba of another of the most internationally recognized Latin American musical expressions, the tango. At 83 years old, the composer, arranger and teacher also holds the character of an inevitable reference of the genre with a search for new ways to transmit his musical discourse, at the same time that he considers himself a link between the different stages of the music that he has traveled for seven decades with its own sound that distinguishes it among its peers. Bandoneon player Rodolfo Mederos.// photo Neme Eugenia That is what the proposal of the musician was about, after the presentation, row by row and in an almost didactic way, of the string ensemble of the Río Negro Philharmonic -in this case made up mostly of members of the Sur and Ventisquero Negro ensembles. -, proposed a journey through different stages of tango, starting and ending in the so-called Old Guard. The program for this Saturday – The Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra of the United States, at 5:00 p.m. in the Cathedral of Bariloche. – Nahuel Pennisi, accompanied by the Ventisquero Negro string ensemble, at the Teatro La Baita in two performances at 7:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. – Graciela Novellino and Mariana González at Araucanía Station at 8 pm. – Trepún Percussion, Metatambo, Banda Rodante, La Nube Percusión and Muta, at the Municipal Center of Art, Science and Technology, at 8:00 p.m. 2023-05-28 02:57:41
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