The new Latin Music Talks project consists of talks or presentations with didactic content, sometimes “mini-masterclasses”, usually with guests from the Latin music field. During the Talks participants will have the opportunity to ask questions or interact in some way – just listening and learning is allowed as well. Participation is free of charge.
Guests will be: Jose Braide, Luis Calderito Ruiz García y Paqui Redondo Diaz, Carlos Cerignale, Demian Coca, Santiago Giordano, Yuri Juárez, Friederike Jurth, Jean Pierre Magnet, Manongo Mujica, Ricardo Nudelman, Ricardo Ricky Nuñez, Pipi Piazzolla, Andrés Pilar, Hernán Possetti, Violeta Ramos, Paula Suárez, Juan Steiner, Leda Torres, Patricio Villarejo, Pedro Viscomi, Eva Wolff, David Yuka
The Zoom links will not be published. To participate, please request the link sending an email (subject: Zoom Link for Latin Music Talk) to email@example.com.
19.06. Latin Music Talks – Ricardo Regidor
03.08. Latin Music Talks – Luis Calderito & Paqui Redondo Diaz (ESP)
11.09. at 3pm CEST Latin Music Talks – Juan Pablo Navarro (ARG): Tango groove from Salgan and Piazzolla to our days
22.09. 4:45pm CEST Latin Music Talks – Hernán Possetti (ARG): Tango — Rhythm and Expression
13.10. at 3pm CEST Latin Music Talks – Juan Steiner (URU): Candombe; Afrouruguayan music in percussion, piano and arrangements
17.10. at 5:30 pm CEST Latin Music Talks – Susana Baca (PER): New record and afroperuvian music
22.10. at 3pm CEST Latin Music Talks – Pipi Piazzolla (ARG): Evolution of Tango Drumming
06.11. Latin Music Talks – Yuri Juárez (PER): The guitar in afroperuvian music
26.11. at 14:00 CEST Latin Music Talks – Patricia Barone (ARG): How to sing Tango
11.12. at 13:00 Cest Latin Music Talks – Violeta Ramos (ARG/PRY): Panorama of folkloric music in Paraguay
This project is a collaboration of the following music colleges and universities: Lucerne University of Music, UDK Berlin, Humboldt University of Berlin, Estonian Academy for Music and Theatre, UNSAM Buenos Aires, Lithuanian Academy for Music and Theatre, Royal Conservatory The Hague and Centre for Jazz Performance Studies at Dublin City.