On Sunday, November 27 from 6:30 p.m., in Parque de las Tejas and in homage to Music Day, the Córdoba Cultura Agency carries out this great festival in which you can enjoy a tour of different musical genres and rhythms that coexist in our Córdoba: from folklore, tango, rock, national pop and Latin American cumbia. Entrance is free and open.
More than 200 artists on stage will celebrate the Music’s day and the 30th anniversary of the release of the best-selling album by Fito Páez, “The love after Love”.
A symphonic tribute to 30 years of “Love after love”
The central number will be in charge of the Youth Academic Orchestra next to Singing Seminar Choir and the Classical Dance Seminar of the Teatro Libertador who come together to perform, in a unique and impressive concert, the album that celebrates its 30th anniversary: ”El amor después del amor”, by Fito Páez. The best-selling album in Argentine history. The choreographies are by Marcelo Mangini, Celeste Martín, Cecilia Clos and Darío Rodríguez. The formation casts of the province will offer a live concert with almost 200 artists on stage: 60 musicians from the Youth Academic Orchestra, 85 choir singers and 25 dancers from the dance seminar.
In addition, there is the participation of the singers Lucas Heredia Y Paula Rodriguez. Guest musicians José Luis Castro, on electric guitar; Jorge Huespe, on electric bass and Laura Mangalaviti, on piano and keyboards. The artistic direction will be in charge of Master Hadrian Avila Arzuza.
a sung celebration
Also, participate MJC trio, made up of Jorge Martínez on piano, Pablo Jaurena on bandoneon and Mauro Ciavattini on wind instruments. It is considered one of the most innovative groups of current Argentine popular music, addressing tango and folklore from its roots, projecting itself into the future, with influences from jazz and classical music. They have toured, with their music, countries all over the world.
During the afternoon, the group Scream Theater of La Paz, Bolivia makes an intervention with the proposal “Journey to the heart of mother earth”. Two explorers embark on a journey to reach the heart of mother earth, on their way they realize that the damage is greater than they thought and their pain is deeper each time. To reach their goal, they will have to live several adventures and find the Ajayus of mother earth, who will help them better understand what happens in her heart.
We close the night with the cumbia band Bulldozermade up of students, teachers and music graduates, who fuse different Latin American rhythms.
Entrance is free and open.