A documentary about Aníbal Troilo, an Argentine Tango giant, in celebration of his 100th birthday. Troilo’s music lives and enjoyed by tango dancers throughout the world. Directed by Martin Turnes.
A teacher at the Escuelar de Música Popular in Buenos Aires, Argentina, together with his students, took on the project of digitizing ~500 original, handwritten arrangements of Aníbal “Pichuco” Troilo orchestra. Through interviews of musicians from different generations and styles, this documentary takes us to a musical tour through the work of one of the most influential characters in the history of Tango and Argentine music.
Tickets & Times
$15 + fee online, $20 at the door
Purchase tickets at EventBrite http://bit.ly/1A0h49b.
Dec 5, 2014 (Fri) . 8pm . Door opens at 7pm
Dec 6, 2014 (Sat) . 8pm . Door opens at 7pm
Theatre of Yugen at NOHspace, 2840 Mariposa Street, San Francisco (Free street parking)
The screening will be followed by a tango performance. Performances by some of the finest tango instructors and performers of the Bay Area, including Cristian Sierra and Casanova Tango, Doruk Golcu and Erin Malley, Jonas Aquino and Monza Lui.