NEW SONGS IN A SYMPHONIC SETTING

The Estaciones Sinfónicas (“Symphonic Seasons”) concert series was held during the 2017/2018 season at Buenos Aires’ CCK featuring some of the main figures in new Argentine music performing along the Orquesta Sin Fin: Duratierra, performing a spring concert with songs from their latest album “Cría”, singer Nadia Larcher, who performed new songs of Argentine women composers for the summer concert, Aca Seca Trío, who played songs from their latest album “Trino” with a full house for the autumn concert, and the Fain-Mantega duo, who performed a repertoire for the winter concert which included new symphonic compositions by Exequiel Mantega, new songs by Paulina Fain and orchestral arrangements from their tango repertoire.

All four concerts received wide critical acclaim by the Argentine press and the summer concert was picked as one of the top ten concerts of the year by the Argentine newspaper La Nación.

Estaciones Sinfónicas was declared of Cultural Interest by Argentina’s Ministry of Culture as part of the “New Argentine Music in Symphonic Format” project.(RESOL-2017-1477-APN-MC).


FAIN-MANTEGA | WINTER CONCERT

Saturday 7 July 2018 – CCK’s Sala Sinfónica

Guest conductor: Ezequiel Silbersten / Guest singers: Nadia Larcher, Micaela Vita and Germán Gómez

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Photos: Mario Efron

ACA SECA TRÍO | AUTUMN CONCERT

Saturday 25 March 2018 – CCK’s Sala Sinfónica

Guest singer: Nadia Larcher

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Photos: Ana Kalikies

NADIA LARCHER | SUMMER CONCERT

Saturday 21 December 2018 – CCK’s Sala Sinfónica

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Photos: Federico Kaplun

DURATIERRA | SPRING CONCERT

Saturday 21 September 2018 – CCK’s Sala Sinfónica

Guest singers: Susana Baca, Raly Barrionuevo Nadia Larcher and Noelia Recalde

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Photos: Mario Efron

PRESS

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StagePlotProLogo64Special thanks to StagePlotPro for providing the software necessary for creating the stage plots used in the production of these concerts.

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