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ComposerPiazzolla, Astor (1921-1992)
Period20th century
Work typeInstrumental
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AmsterdamSunday morning concert: Carel Kraayenhof, Piazzolla and Gershwin

© Govert de Roos
Piazzolla, Kraayenhof, Bacalov, Gershwin
Wuerttemberg Chamber Orchestra; Vincent de Kort; Carel Kraayenhof

BarcelonaViolin recital Leticia Moreno

© Omar Ayyashi
Stravinsky, Piazzolla, Bartók, Ravel
Leticia Moreno; Lauma Skride

LondonNuevo Tango Quintet

Nuevo Tango Quintet
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McFall’s Chamber: Zappa, Zawinul and more

McFall's Chamber © Douglas Robertson
McFall’s Chamber brings a freshness to its repertoire as it revisits the Bongo Club years, and performs two newly commissioned pieces. Informal and very enjoyable.
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The other face of Schrott: Rojotango at the Budapest Spring Festival

A velvet-smooth bass-baritone voice, matinee idol looks and magnetic stage presence have made Erwin Schrott into one of opera’s big international stars. Last night, however, festivalgoers at Budapest’s Comedy Theatre saw him excel in a very different musical form: the Argentinian tango music whose leading composer was Astor Piazzolla.
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Aurora Orchestra Pulls at Our Heartstrings with Jealous Guy

Love may be a familiar feeling, but the passion Aurora Orchestra unleashed at LSO St Luke’s was enough to leave audiences wild with desire. Exploring the darkest undertones of love—anguish, jealousy, remorse and regret—Friday night’s programme, Jealous Guy, was woven together by tango music interspersed with tragic love stories from across musical history.