Giraldillo
~ Concert of song and piano ~
Argentine tango in the afternoon

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A concert where you can enjoy tango songs and piano performances born in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
To make tango more familiar, we will talk poetry and invite you to the world of tango, along with songs and performances. A lively rhythm and a beautiful and sad melody somewhere, a singing voice that makes you feel the will hidden inside in melancholy. Enjoy the world of tango in a space surrounded by sound!
Please purchase tickets in advance as the performance will be a stage production in accordance with infection prevention guidelines, and the seats will be half the capacity of 50 people.

Performances Homepage

http://giraldillo.org

Appearance

Song and talk? Natsuko Nagahama ? Piano? Yuhei Matsunaga

Staff

Planning and progress? Yuji Omori

Schedule

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2021/5/29 (Sat)

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Saturday, May 29, 14:00

※Doors open 30 minutes before the show starts.
※Duration: Approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes

Ticket Fee

All seats are free (advance): 2,500 yen (tax included)

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Venue

Music Hall, Salvia Hall, Tsurumi City Cultural Center, Yokohama City

Remarks

Organizations Overview

This is an organization that performs events such as flamenco, Argentine tango, and Latin music mainly in Yokohama. Established with the aim of cooperating and realizing things that cannot be easily achieved by one artist, such as independent performances and invitations of overseas artists. It started as a flamenco organization and now plans and performs in cooperation with artists such as Argentine tango and Latin music. Since 2012, we have been supporting the reconstruction of frequent disasters in various parts of Japan, such as the Great East Japan Earthquake, and we will donate to disaster-stricken areas and use the proceeds of events to provide comfort activities to the local areas.

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