Blue Curtain Series Presents
LEONARDO SUAREZ PAZ'S CUARTETANGO Music & Dance
SATURDAY, JULY 14 2018 8PM
Pettoranello Gardens, Princeton NJ 08540
LEONARDO SUAREZ PAZ'S Cuartetango string quartet
featuring Banoneon & Dance at the Greenwich Chamber Players Benefit
JUNE 9, 2018
THE TANGO RITE OF SPRING
Leonardo Suarez Paz's Cuartetango string quartet &
Maestro Filippo Arlia (piano) in NYC
LSP Productions & IGE present:
After a standing ovation at the DiMenna Center two years ago, Maestro Filippo Arlia is crossing the Atlantic to conduct at Carnegie Hall and to play a special concert with the GRAMMY nominated Cuartetango string quartet. Join us for a complete sensory experience with the greatest views of Manhattan from the green space of Roosevelt Island and in one of the city’s historic landmarks. Wear a flower to be a part of the rite!
SUNDAY JUNE 3, 6 PM
Sanctuary at the Chapel of Good Shepherd
543 Main Street, New York, NY 10044
Tickets: $25 suggested donation per ticket
Seating is limited. Reserve your seats with advance donation.
We thank you for the support of this program!
Esperia TV Canale 18 - Italy
New York - Buenos Aires
Award winning Tango productions and services of the highest artistic quality in the genres of Argentine Tango, Jazz, Classical and Pop music since the 1970’s in Buenos Aires, Argentina, under the direction of Fernando Suarez Paz (Astor Piazzolla, Michel Legrand, Kronos Quartet, Ute Lemper, Philharmonic Orchesta of Buenos Aires) and since 2000 in New York, under the direction of Leonardo Suarez Paz (Orchestra Estable del Teatro Colon Opera House, Savion Glover, as musical director of Classical Savion, Jim Hall Trio, Carlos Franzetti, Placido Domingo, Marco Antonio Solis, Luis Miguel, Ruben Blades, Tango Argentino (Gershwin Theater, Broadway), Tanguera (City Center, NY)) in venues from the Teatro Colon Opera House and Luna Park and CCK in Buenos Aires to Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts and Madison Square Garden in New York to the Spoletto and Umbria Jazz festivals in Italy.
Latin GRAMMY nominated CUARTETANGO string quartet, the only classical string quartet that"personifies and embodies the authentic spirit of tango" - Latin Grammy BOOKING DETAILS
As featured on PBS, the CUARTETANGO Music & Dance Co. incorporates all expressions of the tango art: music, dance, song and poetry in a refined, sensual and visually stunning performance that is a "force 5 sensorial explosion" -The Day, CT
A multi-disciplinary show that closed the Piazzolla Festival in Buenos Aires, CCK
Leonardo Suarez Paz: EL NUEVO TANGO
redefines the concept of contemporary music, song and dance of Buenos Aires, as a complex, evolving genre - deeply rooted in tradition but with one foot in the next century,
a "magnificent performance" - All About Jazz
Savion GLOVER & Leonardo SUAREZ PAZ:
Tango, Tap & Fire
"Leonardo Suarez Paz is surely now the torchbearer of Argentine Tango and the legacy of its greatest composer, Astor Piazzolla."
"In Leonardo's hands, it merges deftly with jazz. Piazzolla's "Calambre" is an excellent example of this—at times, it is as if Stuff Smith (the father) duets with Jean-Luc Ponty (the son)."
"a magnificent performance filled with all the virtues of tango—"Masters of Tango Violin," indeed."
All About Jazz, Escualo Review
“This is an album in which love triumphs over the ravages of time, where phrasing flourishes beyond technique and the dense humidity of the La Plata River and perfume of jacaranda and silk floss trees prevail over the exhaust pipes of city buses. It unites and continues a tradition that constantly advances, gliding towards an unpredictable future."
NAXOS interviews Leonardo Suarez Paz about ESCUALO, an intimate project, featuring the iconic violinists of tango -
Leonardo & Fernando Suarez Paz.
THE MAKING OF ESCUALO
VIOLENTANGO - CCK, Buenos Aires
JANUARY 5 2018 6:15 PM Consulate General of Argentina
In the footsteps of Piazzolla
CUARTETANGO GALA CONCERT
Open to Chamber Music America Participants
Leonardo Suarez Paz closes the Piazzolla Festival in Buenos Aires with an homage to his father, making us "feel that Piazzolla is more alive then ever" (Teleshow, Buenos Aires recommends as top 6 events in the city not to be missed)