Tuesday, September 19, 2017

4° Encuentro Anual de Jazz de Cuerdas “Oscar Alemán”

For the fourth time, Hot Club de Boedo of Buenos Aires has arranged an encounter of musicians, friends and fans of Oscar Alemán's musical heritage. The show took place at the General Alvear Library, Buenos Aires on September 16 hosted by Waldo Fonseca, director and guitarist of HCdB. As in the previous three shows, the hot music of the histortical Argentinian string ensembles headed by Oscar Alemán, Hernán Oliva and Eduardo Ravera was recreated and once again attended by an enthusiastic audience. Participating musicians in the show included: Claudio Spirito (g), Claudio Daniel Crespino (g), Martin Gagliardi (g), Gustavo Villanueva (alt sax), Sandra Pisani (vocals), Andrés "Tito" Liber (cavaquinho), Matias Bahillo (tp), Ramiro Miranda (v) besides the members of the Hot Club de Boedo quintet: Waldo Fonseca (direction and 1st guitar), Heldo Fonseca (cl), Facundo López Goitía (rhythm guitar), Julián Pierángeli (electric bass), Juan Masculino (dr).
Below is inserted some photo shots from the event kindly forwarded by 'Tito' Liber to share with readers of this blog.
Waldo Fonseca, Claudio Spirito and  Gustavo Villanueva

Hot Club de Boedo with trumpeter Matias Bahillo

Violinist Ramiro Miranda with the Hot Club de Boedo
Some of the standards played were: Sweet Georgia Brown, Rosetta, Bye Bye Blues and Embreaceable You with vocal by Sandra Pisani
 Claudio Daniel Crespino, Martin Gagliardi and Sandra Pisani
Andrés 'Tito' Liber performed the baion O Vestido de Bolero and Ain't She Sweet on cavaquinho solo
'Tito' Liber with his cavaquinho
Like in the previous shows, When The Saints Go Marchin' In ended the successfull show as a sing-along with the audience.
Thank you to 'Tito' Liber for the forwarded info and of course a big thank you to Waldo Fonseca and the Hot Club de Boedo for keeping the musical legacy of Oscar Alemán well alive.


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