By Euro Weekly News Media • 14 March 2015 • 12:05
TANGO enthusiasts will be able to enjoy a show featuring group ‘Camaleon Tango’ next Friday (March 20) in Nerja.
The show seeks to take the audience back to Rio de la Plata (Argentina) in the 40’s, known as the golden era of tango, an art form that comes in different musical variants such as milongas, waltzes and candombes.
Ms Graciela Yuste is the singer and guitar player of the band, with several albums in the music market of Latin America and an international career.
Adrian Lombardi, also guitar player, is a renowned artist who has worked with groups as popular as Chambao, Danza Invisible and flamenco singer Raimundo Amador, as well as having worked as the musical conductor of the Malaga Casino’s Orchestra.
David and Juana Escribano will be in charge of the dancing. They have also worked as actors and singers, and toured around Europe and Latin America.
The event will take place at Nerja’s Cultural Centre (Calle Granada, 45) at 9pm and tickets are €10 euros at the door.
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