Within the framework of the “Festival Tango along the Wine Roads”, a luxury artistic show will be presented this Sunday 17 at the Teatro Independencia
In 2018, Amelita Baltar presented the “Sinfónica” to society, a record of great excellence, recorded by the Montevideo Philharmonic Orchestra, a large part of these performances will be part of the concert that, together with the prestigious Mendoza Philharmonic Orchestra , they will offer it. Sunday, September 17. September at 9:30 pm. The presentation is in the framework of the “Festival Tango por los Caminos del Vino”, and tickets are already sold through entradaweb.com.ar or at the box office of the theater from Wednesday to Sunday from 6 to 9 pm.
One of the most unique voices of the country and internationally renowned, the great Amelita Baltar, will perform a concert of historical characteristics, due to the combination of talent and style, it will be a unique night of musical luxury for the audience. The program of performances is: Adiós Nonino, Fuga y Misterio, Milonga de la Anunciación, Chiquilín de Bachín, Oblivion, Yuyo verde, Prelude for the year 3001, Ballad for a fool, The last grela, Los maredos, Ballad for my death , One, Amelitango
“I started a folklore group. Hernán Figueroa Reyes, who was in charge of the folkloric part of CBS Columbia, told me that I should become a soloist and I went and recorded. The first recording was fun. There was Chango Farías Gómez with bass drum, Miguel Saravia with guitar and I recorded “Si lo vien lo pasar al amor” making a sensual sound, just to test the sound. Hernán Figueroa Reyes told me that it will come out like this and that this version is the one that will stay. He was right: for that song I toured Argentina. They always call me to ask for another song or two. I go to the big rooms of hotels, casinos or in the open air in the summer and sing a song of my choice and when they see it happen. It was a great time in my life, because I sang one song and they paid me as if I sang ten,” said Amelita recently in a concert she gave in Buenos Aires, at the Borges Cultural Center.
“Another wonderful moment was when I met Piazzolla. Singing at a café concert here, someone told me that there was a man at the exit who wanted to greet me. When I came out I found that this man was Piazzolla. He told me: “You sing well” and I, a woman born in the Barrio Norte of Riobamba and Juncal and always educated, said “happy to meet you sir.” That’s where, I think, a good moment begins. I did María de Buenos Aires and then I started singing the songs I wrote while we were doing María, like Chiquilín de Bachín, Balada para mi muerte, written by Ferrer. María de Buenos Aires was not a public success, but it was something I carried in my soul and heart for the rest of my life. One of the best things I’ve ever done in my life. I did it in Japan, after 45 years. Making María de Buenos Aires and singing with Piazzolla, those seven years of my life, forged my career” he confessed to argentina.gob.ar.
About Amalita Baltar
Singer, actress, host, performer, composer and music teacher, with over fifty years of experience. Discovered by Astor Piazzola in 1968, he is the undisputed voice of the songs of the Piazzola and Ferrer duo. It was performed in several stages in Istanbul, Paris, Germany, Finland, Sweden, Brazil, Spain, Colombia, US, Japan, and South Korea. He has performed concerts with various symphonies and popular music orchestras. Multi-award winning.
Show: Amelita Baltar Symphonic in the framework of the “Tango Festival through Wine Routes”
They act: Amelita Baltar and Mendoza Philharmonic Orchestra
Day and time: Sunday, September 17, 9:30 p.m.
Appetizers: $2,000 entradaweb.com.ar or at the theater ticket office from Wednesday to Sunday from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.