October 1, 2014
Out & About!
Argentine musician and composer Osvaldo Montes presents the multimedia show Música en imágenes y Cinematango. In the first part of the concert, Montes plays original soundtracks composed for local films such as El lado oscuro del corazón, Cenizas del paraíso, Plata quemada and Tango Feroz. In the second half of the show, Montes performs music from foreign films “translated” into tango, including such classics as Cinema Paradiso, Amarcord, The Godfather and Last Tango in Paris. Guest artists: Walter Ríos (large accordion), Cristian Zárate (piano), Alex Batista (sax), Guillermo Arrom (electric guitar), Mariel Dupetit (vocals) and Adriana Marelli (vocals).
Notorious (Av. Callao 966, 4813-6888, www.notorious.com.ar). 9.30pm. Tickets: $80 at the venue or www.ticketek.com.ar
Pepi Taveira, one of the best local drummers, presents his latest album Swingante. He has played with Clark Terry, Danilo Pérez, Frank Carlberg, Delfeayo Marsalis, Olga Román and Ben Street, among others. Band members: Taveira, Luis Agudo (percussion), Ramiro Penovi (guitar), Mariano Loiácono (trumpet), Pablo Puntoriero (sax) and Ezequiel Cutaia (bass & double bass).
Thelonious Club (Salguero 1884, 4829-1562, www.thelonious.com.ar). 9.30pm. Tickets: $50 at the venue.
Agustina Zárate pays tribute to the UK soul singer Amy Winehouse (who died last year) in Amy Z & No Rehab Band. The show re-creates the atmosphere of Winehouse’s performances, combining soul, jazz, R&B, rock & roll and ska. Zárate plays with six great musicians.
Boris Club (Gorriti 5568, www.borisclub.com.ar). 10pm. Tickets: from $50 & $100 at www.tuentrada.com
Mar del Plata:
La dama de negro
Manuel González Gil directs the local adaptation of Susan Hill’s gothic novel The Woman in Black. Starring Fabián Gianola and Nicolás Scarpino.
Teatro Güemes (Güemes 2955, 0223-4512725, Mar del Plata - www.teatroguemes.com). Wednesdays - Sundays, 9pm. Tickets at the venue.
Humores que matan
Soledad Silveyra and Betiana Blum star in the local version of Woody Allen’s comedy Central Park West, a story about love, sex, betrayal, adultery and death. Adapted by Fenando Masllorens and Federico González del Pino and directed by Luis Romero.
Teatro Lido (Santa Fe 1751, 0223- 4943302, www.multiteatro.com.ar). Wednesdays - Sundays, 9.30pm. Tickat the venue.