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This groupmuse happened on Friday, February 2, at 7:30 PM EST.
Argentinian Folk Chamber Music
Living room

Argentinian Folk Chamber Music

Takoma Park

Fri, February 2, 2024 7:30 PM, EST

Pay the musicians
Capacity
0 of 50 spots available
And 2 on waitlist
Vaccine and testing policy
EITHER vaccination OR negative COVID test required
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccination required (honor system)
Testing policy
Negative COVID test required (24 hours)
Indoors
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not required
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Bring any drinks except red wine
Pets
Cats live here
Wheelchair access
Not wheelchair accessible
Kids
Kid-friendly event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.

Host

Stephanie K. Superhost

You are invited to an enchanting evening of Argentinian folk chamber music, straight from a performance at the embassy of Argentina. This is an event not to be missed!!

A few things to note:
A cat shares the house with its host.
There are a few stairs from the street to the house.
There is no parking on our side of the street.

What's the music?

Rosa Incaica Duo -Voice and classic guitar

Traditional Repertoire

Experience the lilting lyricism of the Argentine zamba or the rich rhythm of the chacarera with the intimate and passionate interpretations of ROSA INCAICA! Argentinian guitarist Pablo González Jazey – with his subtle style – and singer Annelise Skovmand – possessor of an expressive, unique vocal timbre – take audiences on a musical journey through Argentina and Latin America with their unique interpretations of traditional and contemporary folk songs from the region. The group's musical expedition combines repertoire rooted in the folk tradition including original compositions with arrangements that broach the classical chamber music world.

Where does this music come from?

ROSA INCAICA has delighted audiences in Argentina, Europe and the United States, presenting programs that celebrate the music from Argentina, including songs by Astor Piazzolla, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Carlo Gardel, Fito Páez, Cuchi Leguizamón, and Eduardo Falú, as well as songs made famous by Mercedes Sosa, the voice of Latin America.

The duo offers lecture-demonstrations and seminars on the history and development of the music (tango & folk) and poetry of Argentina and master classes for voice, guitar and chamber music.

For more info, program offerings and master class information, click here.

“Impeccable reunion of voice and guitar…there is a warmth and musicality that never disappears for an instant ”
— Pablo Kohan, La Nación (Buenos Aires)

Location

Exact address sent to approved attendees via email.

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Attendees

Susan G.
+4
Nathalie P.
+1
Pablo P.
Michael C. D.
+1
Flo A.
+1
Eduardo C.
+1
Hugo A.
Tomas D.
+1
Elliot R.
Viviana P.
Rachna S.
Wendy A.
David B.
+1
Eddie G.
Richard D.
Bennett L.
+1
Barbara K.
Reuel G.
+3
Julie K.
+2
Kathleen M.
+1
Melissa F.
Maria S.
+1
Brian E.
+2
Heidi S.
Janet O.
+1
Kristina M.
+1
Bruce C.