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Santiago Cimadevilla – Solo Bandoneon
Tango en andere Argentijnse muziek

Santiago Cimadevilla – Solo Bandoneon
Tango en andere Argentijnse muziek

Santiago Cimadevilla – Solo Bandoneon
Tango en andere Argentijnse muziek

Tue, 26 September 2017 | 20:00 hour

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Tue, 26 September 2017 | 20:00 hour

Door tickets: € 16.00
Presale: € 16.00
Students (upon presentation of college ID): € 5.00
CJP: € 12.50

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Solo concert met zelden gehoorde stukken van o.a. Piazzolla en andere tangomeesters

De bandoneon wordt niet heel vaak als solo-instrument gehoord, ondanks dat er veel muziek hiervoor is geschreven. Santiago speelt tijdens dit ledenconcert een deel van dit rijk repertoire, waarbij alle mogelijkheden van de bandoneon te horen zullen zijn. Er wordt ook e.e.a. verteld over de geschiedenis van dit instrument, onder andere zijn ontstaan in Duitsland als volksinstrument, zijn aankomst in Argentinië, zijn belang in de ontwikkeling van de tango, en de hedendaagse speelpraktijk wereldwijd.

Santiago Cimadevilla was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he studied classical piano at the Conservatorio Municipal Manuel de Falla. In the Netherlands he studied bandoneon at the Rotterdam Conservatory (Codarts) with Victor Villena and Leo Vervelde, and arrangements and composition with Gustavo Beytelmann.

As a tango music performer he has worked with many renowned musicians and ensembles in Europe. He played with the Gustavo Beytelmann Trio, with the Orquesta Tipica Fernandez Fierro during their first European tour and was invited several times to perform as a special guest with tango legend Alfredo Marcuccis Sexteto Veritango. He specializes in Astor Piazzollas work, which he often arranged and performs in several tango quintets and orchestras (Concierto para Bandoneon, Doble Concierto, The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires).
Outside the tango scene, he has often performed Kurt Weills Kleine Dreigroschenmusik and the Dreigroschenoper (Schönberg Ensemble, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, Nationaal Jeugdorkest), and premiered Daan Makkekes Trajectoire, Astrid Kruisselbrinks Magnificat (Helios Ensemble) and Mathis B. Nitschkes opera Jetzt! (Montpellier Opera).
Currently he performs with the recently founded quintet TRASNOCHE, which specializes in new tango compositions and arrangements. Santiago is since 2012 also a teacher and Artistic Research coach at Codarts, University of the Arts, and is a founding member of Splendor, the newest stage for the performing arts in Amsterdam as well as an independent collective effort of musicians, composers, writers and other artists.

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