63rd edition of National Folklore Festival It was dominated by the party and circus rhythms of the Córdoba band, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary. los caligaris They filled the third night of Cosco with joy with their celebratory performance.
Several Cordovan groups involving quartets, circuses and ska proposed a celebration that exceeded those genres and produced a powerful and fun party, although not at all folkloric for the first time on stage. Atahualpa Yupanqui.
Composed of Martin Pampiglione and Juan Carlos Taleb (vocals and guitars), Diego Pampiglione (drums), Gabriel Garita Onandia (bass), Marion Pellegrino and Mariano Bagoria (guitars), Mauricio Ambrosi and Armando “Zurdo” Mansilla (percussion), Valentin Scagiola (keyboards and accordion), Agustín Cuadrado (trumpet) and Marcos Ozamis (sax) show their handling of the scene.
With fast and effective circus numbers in the show, los caligaris They set up two small red and yellow tents on stage and had an audience that celebrated each song.
“It took us 25 years to reach this square”, They opened the show at 2.40 with “Todos Locos”, followed by “Nobody’s Perfect”, “Reason” and “A Boy in an Adult’s Body”.
Then, the band announced the arrival of “our first guests who belong to folklore” and charangist Pachi Herrera and singer from San Juan Claudia Piran came in for “Con Vos”.
“It’s a pleasure to go back and be back with them,” admitted the singer of Consecration in 2005, after showing as the great interpreter that she is and before Caligaris attacked with two personal versions: “Viva Cordoba. Sukia by Los Del; and “Volver”, with Carlos Gardel singing off screen.
“Asado y Fernet” (with the participation of Los Tequis) and “Quiero cumbia” were other sound passages from the night before the 3:45 a.m. departure.
Before Los Caligaris and with a similar fickle and Carnavalero climate, Jugenos tekis They completed their 31st appearance at the festival with a headlining show featuring a surprising and unusual amount of pre-recorded tracks. They performed “We’re All Going to Die the Same”, “Cry, Cry, Cry”, “Hasta El Otro Carnaval”, “Solteme Carnaval” and in the encore, “El Humahuacano” and “Peña de Amor”.
early in the night he appeared facundo toro, Then came Nortena Ventista, singer and songwriter Mikaela Chouk, who tried to bring together the root and stradency aspects that dominate the grid, with a clear predominance of the second element.
A native of Iruya (Salta) and living in Tilkara (Jujuy) since childhood, with an impressive ensemble and choreography by the dance groups of Abra Pampa and La Quiaca, an energetic to achieve singer Antonio immediately And the instrumental was the beginning. Olarte with whom he composed and shared “Tincu de Paz”.
To make their performance spectacular, a performer of quena, flute and sikuri proposes a “Carnival of yesteryear” while dozens of dancers occupy the vast stage space.
The same spirit continued in the Jujuy delegation, which had an outstanding opening with original female uplift pieces with “Jujuy Mujer” (for Barbarita Cruz), “Zamba de Lozano” (for Yolanda Pérez) and “Juana Azurduy”. , while enabling entry for people wearing black T-shirts with inscriptions from the Jujuy government. Union, peace and work.
it was midnight all fourThose who had a significant income and stage performances were “greeted with ‘aguaita de manantial’ from Formosa and from the Chaco”, he said.
With a marked and crushed electronic base in the hands of veteran Gabi Kerpel, the actress who is also part of the cast of “Sex” in Villa Carlos Paz, bets on cumbias (such as “Pajarito” and “Sobre tu playa”, the latter in by Iti Illimani) but that melodic direction somehow matched them, for example, with “Malambio”.
First wearing a feathered headband “to pay homage to her native people as a Guarani woman,” as she put it, she began her journey with a strange trip to “Celador de Sueños” (Mendocino by Duo Orozco-Barrientos). set made. It even includes a piece with Mercedes Sosa’s voice over.
after saltenos guitar playerThe Córdovan delegation in its participation paid a tribute to Ica Novo (with “Del Norte Córdobas”) and added excellent voices at the end. Mary Murua and Paola Bernal While local flags were raised again to receive another provincial credit like the Pachecos.
For tonight, with rain forecast to start in the first afternoon, Luis Salinas-Lito Vitale; Maria Fernanda Juárez; Carolina del Carmen Pelleritti; Horacio Banegas; listen to the orchestra; Milena Salamanca; alonsitos; Bruno Arias; and Duo Coplancu.
Wednesday’s Grid, with Los Nocheros’ absence confirmed Due to the serious health condition of a family member, he will have Destino San Javier, Bruja Salguero, Antonio Tarago Ros, Gabriel Macias and Ahire.