2021's Tango Talk XV: Osvaldo Pugliese & Orchestra
Saturday 6th Ferbruary
Tango Orquesta Tipica's were central to the growth and development of argentine tango from 1910's.
Tango wouldn't be as it is without the influence of some great conductors & orchestras like Pugliese, Disarli, Troilo, D'Arienzo, Canaro, Tanturi, Fresedo, Biaggi, D'Agostino, De Angelis, Demare, Calo, Laurenz & more.
In these talks we will explain and identify the fundamental musical, rythmical & expressive elements often used by the conductors & orchestras to create their own unique style and we'll explore some personal, aestetic, social and historical aspects that made them part of the history of tango.
After this talks you will be able to recognise some musical and stylistic aspects of the greatest tango orchestras, get some useful information about their history and understand a bit of the social, personal and historical context where they develop their style
In the First week we'll talk about Osvaldo Pugliese & Orchestra
Osvaldo Pedro Pugliese (Buenos Aires, December 2, 1905 – July 25, 1995) was an Argentine tango conductor, composer and pianist.
This Talk will be streamed via ZOOM platform - Link will be sent after confirmation of your spot.
* Special Discount * ALL 4 Talks: 30 Euros/£ - Saturdays 6th Pugliese - 13th Disarli - 20th D'Arienzo - 27th Troilo ¦ 3 PM Europe - 2PM UK
This Talk ONLY: 10 Euros/£ - Saturday 6th February 3 PM Europe ¦ 2PM UK