ConcertOctober 8th 16.30pm
October 8th | 16.30pm | Cellar
Free Entrance | Limited seats
Tango intervention is a proposal born in Buenos Aires by the saxophonists Fabian Araya and Santiago Berros. Here, the objet trouvé is tango, which explodes, proliferates, decomposes, disintegrates and rebuilds, branching into minimal cells. A series of interpretive guidelines is the object of sound decisions, thus disturbing the supposed immutability of tango.
Fabián Araya | Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1986. He began to play music professionally at the age of fourteen. A year later he made his first appearance at The Colón Theatre. He studied saxophone with Pablo Ledesma and flute with Alejandro Santos, opening his way in the world of jazz. In 2006, he made a presentation at the Miramar Jazz Festival. Since then, he has performed with important musicians such as Agustín Pereyra Lucena, Hilliard Green (USA), George Haslam (England) and Yann Tiersen (France), among others all around Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil, with presentations on the radio and television. He studied composition and conducting at the National University of Arts (Buenos Aires). In 2012, he worked as arranger and orchestra conductor for producer Ricardo Astrada at Hotel Faena. In 2013 he composed incidental music for fashion films by Luca Flores Piran, Courtenay Nearbourg and Pablo Finkelstein for New York. In 2014, he toured France, Spain and Portugal with the Orchestra Metafisica. In 2015 he released “Lunático” his first solo album. In 16 he toured France and Portugal.
Santiago Berros | Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1990. In 2009 he began his studies at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory, in the chair of Prof. Maria Noel Luzardo. At the same time he studied with teachers Emanuel Brusa and Victor Skorupski. He also participate in master classes and seminars such as the 1st International Tango Encounter for musicians in 2014 and the 2014 and 2016 editions of the Music Offices of Curitiba (Brazil). He was part of different groups such as the Orchestra of Improvisers of Buenos Aires, El aventón ensemble of winds (tango) and is currently part of the Buenos Aires Student Orchestra.