Soprano Virginia Tola La Argentina opens the Notes Ambigú the Teatro de la Zarzuela

La soprano argentina Virginia Tola abrirá mañana Tuesday, 8 October (20h00), the nueva temporada del ciclo Notas del Ambigú del Teatro de la Zarzuela. Accompanied on piano by Rubén Fernández Aguirre, la cita será un emocionante viaje sentimental a través de la canción argentina, that fly through dazzling sea of ​​joys and sorrows; amores, desamores, nostalgia and forgetfulness. The cuarta temporada del ciclo offers 11 recitals, which is more than double which in its first edition.

Desde composiciones de Carlos Guastavino con ‘Pampamapa’, ‘En los surcos del amor’ o ‘Se equivocó la paloma’, hasta el eterno Carlos Gardel con ‘Vol­er’, ‘Melodía del Arrabal’ o ‘El día que me quieras’, el recital irá desgranando, de emoción en emoción, obras inolvidables y revisitadas de Alberto Williams –‘Vidalita’, ‘Milonga calabacera’–, Carlos López Buchardo –‘Si lo hallas’ o ‘Prendiditos de la mano’–, Astor Piazzola –‘Verano porteño’ (piano solo)– y Alberto Ginastera –‘Canción del árbol del olvido’, ‘Cinco canciones populares argentinas’, on. 10–.

He Teatro de la Zarzuela It will be like that place different concerts, where what matters is the proximity between artists and audience; inspiring and unpredictable privacy which is only possible in a newly collected and space as Ambigú.

A concert Virginia Tola seguirá el de la mezzosoprano Cristina Faus 'Mary, de García a Malibrán’, el de la también mezzo Paola Leguizamón 'Song Colombian', El del barítono Maybe Borja 'The migration Galicia, Return songs', the soprano Andrea Jimenez 'Song Basque', that of the tenor and actor Ángel Ruiz dedicated to the Cuplé, the soprano Ruth González 'Three passions of women', the formation of Baroque The retreat led by cellist Josetxu Obregón 'The Spiritillo Brando', that of guitarist Ricardo Gallén 'Romantic Guitar', the trio Arbós with its new delivery 'Chamber Music' and soprano Berna Beads Joaquín Turina.

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