"Newsletter" Aerolatino-Geba
(Aerolatino y todas las Danzas que se practican en Geba)
exclusiva para suscriptores, mié 12 marzo 2008
Reciben esta Newsletter 451 suscriptores

Jersey Boys<br>/ How did four blue-collar kids become one of the greatest successes in pop music history? Find out at Broadway’s runaway smash-hit, Jersey Boys. The Tony Award-wining Best Musical of the Year takes you up the charts, across the country and behind the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. As Clive Barnes in the New York Post says, “It’s just too good to be true.” Discover the secret of a 40-year friendship: four blue-collar kids working their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom. And experience electrifying performances of the golden greats that took these guys all the way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Dawn,” “My Eyes Adored You,” and more. The New York Times says, “The crowd goes wild!”
Jersey Boys
/ How did four blue-collar kids become one of the greatest successes in pop music history? Find out at Broadway’s runaway smash-hit, Jersey Boys. The Tony Award-wining Best Musical of the Year takes you up the charts, across the country and behind the music of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. As Clive Barnes in the New York Post says, “It’s just too good to be true.” Discover the secret of a 40-year friendship: four blue-collar kids working their way from the streets of Newark to the heights of stardom. And experience electrifying performances of the golden greats that took these guys all the way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry,” “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You,” “Dawn,” “My Eyes Adored You,” and more. The New York Times says, “The crowd goes wild!”

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Paris, Inagotable

martes, 11 de marzo de 2008 13:06
París, Inagotable

Héctor Di Bello

Paris, Inagotable
Paris, Inagotable

Club de Gimnasia y Esgrima
Comisión de Cultura
Presidente: Prof. Dr. Miguel Ángel Materazzi
Secretaria: Sra. Elsa T. de Piragini
Departamento de Cultura
Jefe: Sr. Hugo Grau
Bmé. Mitre 1149 - Ciudad de Buenos Aires
4382-0031 al 34 - int 153

web: geba.org.ar
Álbum fotográfico de Eventos Culturales
picasaweb.google.es/culturageba

De Dios Editores Newsletter Mar/08

De Dios Editores Newsletter Mar/08
De Dios Editores Newsletter Mar/08 [fuente]
dediosonline.com/newsletter/06

Baila el ChikiChiki

El Periódico, Martes, 11 de Marzo de 2008 01:02 a.m. El Periódico de Catalunya edición matutina

polémica representación

Chikilicuatre cambiará la letra del 'Chiki chiki' para Eurovisión

elperiodico.com/default.asp?id ... ticia_PK=490841

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2sun973nfY (video no disponible)

Coreografía señalada (já!): UNO EL BREIKINDANCE, DOS EL CRUSAITO, TRES EL MAIQUELYASON, CUATRO EL ROBOCOP

Para Bailadores Bajitos (Luis Pescetti)

martes, 11 de marzo de 2008 10:26
En toda pareja hay un occidental y un japonés

Luis Pescetti

este sábado último programa de radio será en vivo y en el auditorio

Gentes: este sábado 15 transmitiremos el último programa de radio en Argentina y, seguramente, el viernes 25 de abril haremos lo propio desde Radio Unam (México) con un programa nocturno. Así terminaremos este largo ciclo que empezó en el año '94, y pondré la cabeza en una pecera muy bonita.

El caso es que haremos el programa en vivo y desde el auditorio de Radio Nacional. Ahí podrán ir con sus familias, amigos, solos o mal acompañados (qué nos vamos a meter en sus vidas).

Los invitamos a que se acerquen el mismo sábado 15, a las 13 hs, media hora antes del programa que empezará a las 13:30 hs., como siempre.

Esto será en el Auditorio de Radio Nacional, Maipú 555 (BsAs), la entrada es libre, gratuita y limitada a la capacidad de la sala, como los pantalones, las camisas y la ropa interior, que si entra... entra y si no entra: pues ni a fuerzas.

abrazos
Luis

había una vez una gata

¿Se acuerdan de esa vieja canción campamentil? Hace tiempo la grabamos para el cancionero (click acá)

Pues unas gentes hicieron un video con esa versión y lo pusieron en YouTube (click acá)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rlln7xCeK9M (video no disponible)

...

Bailador Bajito ! Hay muchas letras que te pueden servir para el próximo Show en el Colegio y también las podés escuchar cantadas por Luis en: luispescetti.com/cancionero
Y aquí para que alientes a tu mamá, si tiene en su programa del domingo dar la vuelta al lago:
Un kilómetro a pie
(click: mp3 completo) luispescetti.com/wp-content/ju ... un-km-a-pie.mp3

Un kilómetro a pie
no es nada, no es nada.
Un kilómetro a pie
sin agua y sin comer.
Un kilómetro a pie
no es nada, no es nada.
Un kilómetro a pie
no es nada para mí.
Dos kilómetros a pie…
Tres kilómetros a pie…

La Pasión por el Swing (Ana Luz Crespi)

Happy Feet lunes, 10 de marzo de 2008 08:41
Fiesta del 12mar2008 en Sarmiento 1272

Ana Luz Crespi

Hola Augusto!
Muchas gracias por las palabras de aliento, realmente eso es lo que alimenta la pasión que sentimos por esto y nos fuerzas para seguir mejorando.
Nos alegra que la hayan pasado bien y esperamos verlos en las próximas fiestas.
Muchas gracias por la publicación en la gacetilla de GEBA, es un aporte muy valioso. Les haremos llegar las próximas gacetillas por si quieren y pueden subirlas al newsletter.

Esperamos verlos seguido,

Ana Luz Crespi
Happy Feet
Keep on swingin'!
happy-feet.com.ar
lhaif.com.ar

Ana Luz Crespi
Ana Luz Crespi

On Mon, Mar 10, 2008 at 8:00 AM, Augusto Lapeyre wrote:

Ana, nos encantó, la fiesta, la organización, la gente y el swing ! Nos encontramos con Tatiana Schiel joven bailarina a quien conocemos de Geba y nos ha enviado su testimonio. Tenemos una Newsletter entre los cultores de Danzas en Geba donde en la edición del 5mar2008 publicamos la gacetilla que nos enviara el Maestro Enrique Varela. Te paso el link por si quisieras verla. Cordial saludo y felicitaciones. Augusto

Bailador! copiamos el volante

HAPPY FEET
Buenos Aires

HAPPY FEET Buenos Aires
12 de abril
Louisiana Jazz Band
DJ Invitado + Show 22 h
"CULTURAL BUEN AYRE", SARMIENTO 1272, CAPITAL FEDERAL.
happy-feet.com.ar

¿Qué es el swing?

El swing (o lindy hop) es un estilo de baile de origen afroamericano nacido en los años '20 en Harlem, Nueva York, que se bailaba al ritmo de las big bands de la época en los salones de baile. Tuvo su auge entre finales de los años '20 y principio de los años '40. Luego de ese período su popularidad disminuyó hasta que en los años '80 un grupo de jóvenes entusiastas del jazz y del baile inició una etapa de renacimiento del swing que se desarrolla desde entonces alrededor del mundo.

En Buenos Aires hay alrededor de 200 bailarines de swing que, inspirados en el jazz, en la contagiosa energia del baile y el estilo de la época, dan vida a una movida increíble que crece cada día más.

Videos!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SHcBYGN-3uM (video no disponible)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUwZr9dIGqo (video no disponible)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKPw9_BZgSE (video no disponible)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_G7MpPL-U64 (video no disponible)

Fotos:

happy-feet.com.ar/fotos/fotos.htm

Cirque Du Soleil regresa a Buenos Aires

lunes, 10 de marzo de 2008 14:35
Cirque du Soleil returns to Buenos Aires/Cirque du Soleil vuelve a Buenos Aires

Cirque Club

Cirque du Soleil celebra el regreso a Buenos Aires con Alegría

Bonjour Augusto,

Cirque du Soleil is excited to be returning to Buenos Aires with Alegría! In fact, Cirque Club members will be able to purchase tickets from a special reserve set aside exclusively for them as of March 20 for our upcoming visit in June. Stay tuned for further details!
Alegría takes you to a world where you don't need wings to fly, where you don't need reasons to believe and where you don't need to close your eyes to dream! Preview a clip and find out more about Alegría, where anything is possible!
Help spread the news about our upcoming visit by forwarding this invitation to family, friends and colleagues.
Au revoir!

Bonjour,

Cirque du Soleil celebra el regreso a Buenos Aires con Alegría. Las entradas para nuestras funciones del mes de Junio estarán en venta por internet sólo para los miembros del Club Cirque a través de Ticketek del 20 de Marzo
De hecho, los miembros del club Cirque contaran con los mejores asientos reservados especialmente para ellos para disfrutasr de nuestra próxima estadia en junio! Mantenete en contacto para recibir próximos detalles!
Alegría te llevara a un mundo en el que no necesitarás alas para volar, donde no necesitarás razones para creer ni cerrar los ojos para soñar. Mira el clip del espectáculo para conocer mejor Alegría… donde todo es posible.
Ayudanos a difundir la noticia de nuestra próxima visita enviando esta invitación para conocer mejor Alegría y comprar por adelantado entradas para la familia, amigos y colegas.
Au revoir,

Anne-Josée
Cirque Club Ringmaster
Cirque du Soleil

What is Alegría?
Alegría is a mood, a state of mind... Find out more!

¿Qué es Alegría?
Alegría es un estado de humor, un estado del alma... ¡Descubrilo!

cirquedusoleil.com/en/shows/al ... ia/default.aspx

In the Heights

The New York Sun, 10 March 2008

Upper Upper West Side Story

Eric Grode

BODEGA ON BROADWAY
Lin-Manuel Miranda in a scene from "In the Heights."
BODEGA ON BROADWAY
Lin-Manuel Miranda in a scene from "In the Heights." [fuente]

If Lin-Manuel Miranda had grown up in a yurt deep in Uzbekistan, I am confident that he could have sold investors on a Broadway musical called “In the Steppes.” Had he spent his youth in the Netherlands, audiences might today be tapping their toes to a swivel-hipped paean to international tribunals called “In the Hague.”

But Mr. Miranda grew up in the heavily Puerto Rican and Dominican region of Upper Manhattan known as Washington Heights. And so we have “In the Heights,” a padded, undisciplined, and almost irresistible blend of Broadway sentiment and a pan-Latino sonic hodgepodge of salsa, merengue, hip-hop, and even reggaeton. Along with director Thomas Kail and book writer Quiara Alegría Hudes, the impish composer-lyricist-star has turned this Upper Upper West Side story into, to quote one of the many dance numbers choreographed with street-smart vitality by Andy Blankenbuehler, a “Carnaval del Barrio.” It doesn’t always seem to know where it’s going or why, but it makes the path look awfully tempting.

With the whimsically named Usnave (Mr. Miranda) serving as a tour guide to this “corner full of foreigners,” “Heights” flits among a handful of stories linked by an unclaimed lottery ticket for $96,000. Usnave and his pint-size cousin Sonny (Robin de Jesus) could certainly use the money to spruce up their West 181st Street bodega, but so could Kevin and Camila Rosario (Carlos Gomez and Priscilla Lopez), whose Spanish-language livery car service sits in the middle of a rapidly gentrifying block. (Anna Louizos’s street-corner set and Howell Binkley’s crisp lighting skillfully evoke life in the shadow of the George Washington Bridge.) The rising property values have already ousted the salon run by the brassy Daniela (Andrea Burns, a vocal standout), with the dizzy Carla (Janet Dacal) and the leggy Vanessa (Karen Olivo) in tow.

Usnave’s beloved abuela, or grandmother, Claudia (Olga Merediz), dreams of returning to Cuba, but the only person who has successfully flown the coop — the Rosarios’ daughter, Nina (a slightly stiff Mandy Gonzalez), a freshman at Stanford — may not be able to go back. The only person not broken up by this news is Benny (Christopher Jackson), who has had a crush on Nina since they were kids.

You’ll notice that Usnave is largely absent from this synopsis. As with the off-Broadway mounting last year, Mr. Miranda has turned himself into a fifth wheel in his own vehicle. Usnave carries a torch for Vanessa — an infatuation tested during a superbly choreographed Act 1 finale that challenges the pliability of Paul Tazewell’s costumes — but Benny and Nina shoulder virtually all of the romantic material. And even though Mr. Miranda’s goofy/cute demeanor and ricocheting lyrics (“Let me get an amaretto sour for this ghetto flower”) generate much of the evening’s humor and nearly all of its goodwill, Sonny largely handles the comic relief. Usnave is easily the most interesting thing on the stage, and yet Ms. Hudes allows him to vanish for enormous stretches.

“In the Heights” pulses with a joyful new beat, and youthfulness has its advantages: a fascination with one’s surroundings, a receptivity to the new, an eagerness to share these things with others. From the recent demise of the no. 9 train to the enormous popularity of the Dominican baseball player Manny Ramirez, the story crackles with a deep-grained knowledge of and affection for the neighborhood, and Mr. Kail honors its hubbub by keeping his cast in almost perpetual motion. Youth, however, can also result in a lack of insight into or even curiosity about grown-ups. Despite considerable time devoted to the elder Rosarios and to Abuela Claudia, Mr. Miranda and Ms. Hudes neglect to provide these characters with anything beyond bythe-numbers nostalgia or indignation.

While the older characters are left wanting, the old theatrical and musical styles are well-represented. Mocking musical theater in its more traditional forms has become de rigueur for most pop and rock musicals, but “Heights” offers giddy shoutouts to Duke Ellington, “Too Darn Hot,” and the dancing style of “a drunk Chita Rivera.” This omnivorous generosity, this urge to flood the stage with Big Pun as well as Cole Porter, sometimes gets in the way of the pacing. One-and-a-half songs by the guy who sells piraguas, or shaved ices? Musical mission statements known as “I want” songs for all four of the young leads?

But then Usnave pushes the music into another inviting corner of Latin pop that Broadway had previously ignored, all of it buttressed by Mr. Miranda’s breakneck lyrics and unified by Alex Lacamoire and Bill Sherman’s orchestrations. Usnave loves these sounds and the people who make them: “Everybody’s stressed, yes, / But they bounce through the mess, / Bounce checks and wonder what’s next.” His tour made me think of a much earlier valentine to a New York neighborhood in all its polyglot, harum-scarum, vaguely menacing glory: 1953’s “Wonderful Town.” Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green portrayed the West Village as a bohemian wonderland. Fifty-five years later, Vanessa dreams of moving to an apartment on West 4th Street, one with “exposed brick on purpose, not because the walls were all busted.” Perhaps 2063 or thereabouts will see some ingenue in, say, Yonkers or Camden pining for West 181st Street, which already has a Starbucks and a nuevo Latino restaurant with $35 entrees. Meanwhile, with the deeply flawed and deeply pleasurable “In the Heights,” this town just got a tiny bit more wonderful.

Open run (226 W. 46th St., between Broadway and Eighth Avenue, 212-307-4100).

Tamango's Urban Tap

The New York Times, March 10, 2008
Dance Review

An American Dance Form Fluent in Many Languages

By CLAUDIA LA ROCCO

Tap in America carries lots of baggage — historical, racial, sexual — and all these issues understandably affect its aesthetics. One tediously tenacious example is the authenticity debate, which has far too many tap dancers maneuvering to prove proper lineage; surely Jimmy Slyde, one of the few remaining 20th-century giants, couldn’t have mentored as many youngsters as claim him in their bios.

Tap outside America has its own issues, but anxiety over purity isn’t among them, as Tamango’s Urban Tap proved again on Friday night at Town Hall. A Parisian by way of French Guiana, Tamango really can claim Mr. Slyde, having participated in a series of storied jam sessions with him at La Cave in Manhattan in the early 1990s. But there were no labored tributes to the masters during this 90-minute show, nor were jazz standards the order of the night. Instead, working with a fierce, and fiercely diverse, group of performers, Tamango showed just how many languages this most American of forms can speak.

He underscored this point in thankfully brief remarks about the global vision behind Urban Tap, an ever shifting collective that he organized in 1993. This iteration, with video projections by “Naj” Jean de Boysson, accommodated dancers like Belinda Becker, a silky practitioner of numerous African diaspora traditions; Vado Diomande, whose specialty is the acrobatic and colorful tall mask dance from West Africa; and another French La Cave alumna, Roxane Butterfly, who has been exploring North African music and flamenco of late, ushering tap into excitingly alien rhythms. And, of course, there was Tamango, a fluid and powerful performer of uncommon grace.

Tap needs no accompaniment, but the dynamic between a hoofer and a tight band can thrill, and Tamango has assembled a marvelous collection of musicians. Standouts include Edmar Castaneda, a Colombian harpist who transforms his instrument into a percussive device, and the Italian trumpeter Fabio Morgera.

But the evening’s most eloquent conversation involved another American street tradition, hip-hop. It came courtesy of the elusive Philadelphia choreographer Rennie Harris. As Mr. Harris’s body refracted Tamango’s rhythms, his frame shuddered and flowed, and time itself slowed, as if drawn irresistibly to this magnetic back and forth.

Antecedentes: Newsletter 12feb2008 "Tamango's Urban Tap at The Town Hall, NYC"

Link: urbantap.net/history.html

Hace 2 años que bailo Swing y me encanta (Tatiana Schiel)

sábado, 08 de marzo de 2008 22:00

lunes, 10 de marzo de 2008 20:15
Apareció tu mail, me falta tu foto !

Tatiana Jazmín Schiel

Hola augusto!!! que alegría me dio encontrarte ayer en la fiesta. Te cuento que hace 2 años que bailo swing y me encanta. Empecé tomando clase en el instituto de Carlos Copello en el abasto, ahí conocí a los que organizan happyfeet, que fueron mis compa de baile y así empecé a ir a las fiestas.
El 12 de abril hay otra fiesta en el mismo lugar (Sarmiento 1272). Ojalá te vea ahí.
Empezá a tomar clases asi bailamos!!!!
besotes

Hemos agendado el 12 de abril. Haremos el intento Tati ! jajajá ! Gracias por tu mensaje y por las fotos !

A Catered Affair at the Walter Kerr Theatre, NYC

domingo, 09 de marzo de 2008 07:28
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CoisCeim Dance Theater

The New York Times, March 8, 2008
Dance Review

Men, Women and the Knots That Bind

[Susan Farley for The New York Times]
Eddie Kay and Jen Fleenor in Liam Steel’s “Knots.”
Susan Farley for The New York Times
Eddie Kay and Jen Fleenor in Liam Steel’s “Knots.” [fuente]
nytimes.com/2008/03/08/arts/dance/08kass.html

By GIA KOURLAS

MONTCLAIR, N.J. — After Liam Steel presented “Sinner,” a work he created with Rob Tannion for their company Stan Won’t Dance at Performance Space 122 in 2006, it seemed that half of New York was enraptured with the production. Others, including me, were less delighted with that formulaic dance-theater work, based on the story of David Copeland, who in 1999 became known as the London nail bomber.

Now Mr. Steel is back with another psychological journey for CoisCeim Dance Theater, a Dublin group directed by David Bolger. Performed on Thursday at the Alexander Kasser Theater here, the work, “Knots,” is inspired by the 1970 book by R. D. Laing, which depicts the knots that damage relationships in a series of short, poetic scenarios.

In Mr. Steel’s rendering, six performers (three men known as Jack and three women called Jill) wear formal white dresses and suits designed by Ferdia Murphy, who also created the set of movable white closets that in a split second transform from confessionals to peep-show booths. White therapy couches border the stage on each side.

In many ways the set is the most compelling character in “Knots.” Whether illuminated by flashing neon lights or bathed in ominous red shadows, it serves as a container for tense emotions. The dialogue, based on couples therapy (“I am bad, you love me, therefore you are bad”), shifts from knowing humor to something decidedly sinister as one dancer recounts the story of a rape, another of a murder. In this cautionary and calculated tale, relationships are truly gruesome things, forever fraught with knots.

Throughout, Mr. Steel’s choreography, which mirrors the clipped quality of the text with abrupt gestures — a slap on the neck, a gruff fall to the floor, a hefty lift — is unadventurously monotonous. The score, ranging from pulsating techno to the sort of sweeping classical music used in film scores, aims to crystallize longing, pent-up rage and tragedy, but it descends rather quickly to a world in which grittiness is a pose. By the end the knots are so constricting that the production has no room to breathe.

CoisCeim Dance Theater performs through Sunday at the Alexander Kasser Theater, Montclair State University; (973) 655-5112, peakperfs.org.

nytimes.com/2008/03/08/arts/dance/08kass.html

Links:

peakperfs.org

Las del Abasto, Orquesta de Señoritas, en el Consejo (Susana Santorsola)

jueves, 06 de marzo de 2008 11:25
Actividades culturales semana 10 de marzo

Comisión de Cultura

Buenos días Sr. Augusto Lapeyre:
De acuerdo con lo conversado con la Dra. Susana Santorsola, le detallo para su difusión, las actividades que se realizarán en el Consejo Profesional de Ciencias Económicas de la Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires en la semana del 10 de marzo:
Sobre la temática "Mujer", se presentarán los siguientes espectáculos:

Mi verano de amor
Cine-Debate Coord. Dr. C.P. Luis Cortés
Con Paddy Considine, Emily Blunt, Nathalie Press
Dirigida por Pawel Pawlikowski
Día y hora: Martes 11 de marzo - 19:00

"El Tango por Ellas"
Las del Abasto – Orquesta de Señoritas
Espectáculo musical
Día y hora: Viernes 14 de marzo- 19:00
Coordinación: Dr. C.P. Ricardo A. Nieto

Muchas gracias, lo saluda atte.

Sandra G. Mattesco
Cultura
5382-9387

LAS DEL ABASTO y su cantante STELLA DIAZ

Las del Abasto, Orquesta de Señoritas
Las del Abasto, Orquesta de Señoritas
lasdelabasto.com.ar

ORQUESTA FEMENINA DE TANGO,
que surge en el año 1999 con el fin de recorrer las diversas épocas del tango y que desde ese entonces a esta parte han recorrido innumerables escenarios, de Bs. As. del Interior y del Exterior de nuestro país.
LAS DEL ABASTO, interpretan un variado repertorio que incluye temas instrumentales y cantados dentro de los tangos, milongas y valses que se han convertido en los representantes de nuestro patrimonio cultural.
Entre sus arreglos se encuentran, Originales de los grandes Maestros del Tango y los realizados especialmente por el compositor y guitarrista Osvaldo Tubino para esta agrupación.

Integrantes:

Valeria Matsuda: Violín
Lucrecia Ortiz: Piano
Paula Gluzman: Bandoneón
Mercedes Musso: Clarinete
Laura Camacho: Contrabajo
Stella Diaz: Voz

lasdelabasto.com.ar

lasdelabasto.com/videosdestelladiaz.html

Gracias por la Info. Susana !

- Bailador Tanguero ! Si entrás al sitio web, escuchás algunos temas y resolvés ir, recordá que al Consejo hay que llegar temprano para encontrar lugar !

Tango Micheli desde el 6 de Marzo (Enrique Carmona)

Enrique Carmona

ESTIMADO AUGUSTO; MUY INTERESANTE COMO SIEMPRE, TU NEWSLETTER, TE CUENTO QUE DESDE HOY 6 DE MARZO, TAMBIEN COMIENZAN LAS CLASES DE TANGO DE EDUARDO MICHELI, EN SEDE ALDAO LOS JUEVES DE 19 A 21 Y EN J,NEWBERY LOS SABADOS DE 19 A 21, ES ESPECIAL PARA PRINCIPIANTES Y TAMBIEN PARA INTERMEDIOS. UN ABRAZO, ENRIQUE CARMONA.-

Tango Micheli 26nov2007 (Enrique y sus arabescos)
Tango Micheli 26nov2007 (Enrique y sus arabescos)

Monty Python's Spamalot

miércoles, 05 de marzo de 2008 11:49
Spamalot Grail Mail

Monty Python's Spamalot

Monty Python's Spamalot
Monty Python's Spamalot
montypythonsspamalot.com

Academia de Ritmos 2008 (Romina Samelnik)

martes, 04 de marzo de 2008 13:04
RS - INFO CURSOS - COMENZAMOS EN ABRIL!!

Romina Samelnik

Academia de Ritmos 2008 (Romina Samelnik)
Academia de Ritmos 2008 (Romina Samelnik)
rominasamelnik.com.ar

rominasamelnik.com.ar

Clases de Tap Grupales 2008 (Alberto Agüero)

martes, 04 de marzo de 2008 17:34
CLASES: nuevos días y horarios

Alberto Agüero

Clases de Tap Grupales 2008 (Alberto Agüero)
Clases de Tap Grupales 2008 (Alberto Agüero)
alberto-aguero.com.ar/es/clases.htm

alberto-aguero.com.ar/es/clases.htm

Clases de tap grupales 2008

En el Club del Tejar

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los miércoles de 15:30 a 17:00
Desde el miércoles 5 de marzo 2008

Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los sábados de 14:00 a 15:30
Desde el sábado 2 de febrero 2008

Intermedios junior
Todos los sábados de 16:00 a 17:30
Desde el sábado 2 de febrero 2008

Intermedios avanzados
Todos los sábados de 18:00 a 19:30
Desde el sábado 2 de febrero 2008

Club del Tejar
Nuñez 3802
Avda. Balbín (Ex Avda. del Tejar) al 3500
Capital Federal

En el Club Gure Echea

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los martes de 10:30 a 12:00
Desde el martes 11 de marzo 2008

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los martes de 19:30 a 21:00
Desde el martes 11 de marzo 2008

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los miércoles de 19:30 a 21:00
Desde el miércoles 12 marzo 2008

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap (principiantes)
Todos los jueves de 10:30 a 12:00
Desde el jueves 13 de marzo 2008

NUEVO HORARIO:
Iniciación al tap para Niños
Todos los jueves de 17:30 a 19:00
Desde el jueves 13 de marzo 2008

NUEVO HORARIO:
Intermedios Junior
Todos los jueves de 19:30 a 21:00
Desde el jueves 13 de marzo 2008

Club Gure Echea
Juan Domingo Perón 2143
Entre Junín y Uriburu
Capital Federal
Subte A Estación Pasco, Subte B Estación Pasteur

Bien Alberto ! Nos sumaremos los jueves al Club Gure Echea.

Alberto Agüero

Fuerza Bruta at Daryl Roth Theatre

martes, 04 de marzo de 2008 09:50
SAVE 35% on FUERZABRUTA (from creators of De La Guarda)

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Fuerza Bruta at Daryl Roth Theatre
Fuerza Bruta at Daryl Roth Theatre
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Time Magazine's
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Astaire & Rogers, 2: The Gay Divorcee (1934)

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The Gay Divorcee: imdb.com/title/tt0025164

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soundtrackcollector.com/catalo ... p?movieid=11379

September 30, 2007

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Everett Collection

SEX THEN Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire in the 1934 film “The Gay Divorcee.”

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cineyestrellas.com/Peliculas/1 ... gaydivorcee.htm

Vintage Film Poster

Links:

The New York Times, 12feb2008, DVD Lubitsch Musicals: nytimes.com/2008/02/12/movies/ ... deo/12dvds.html
The Merry Window (1934): imdb.com/title/tt0025493
Ernst Lubitsch, Director, (1892-1947): imdb.com/name/nm0523932
Ernest Vajda, Writer, Screenplay (1886-1954): imdb.com/name/nm0883328
Samson Raphaelson, Writer, Screenplay (1894-1983) imdb.com/name/nm0710723
Maurice Chevallier, Count Danilo, (1888-1972): imdb.com/name/nm0002001
Jeanette MacDonald, Madame Sonia, (1903-1965): imdb.com/name/nm0531776
Edward Everett Horton, Ambassador Popoff (1886-1970): imdb.com/name/nm0002143
Una Merkel, Queen Dolores, (1903-1986) imdb.com/name/nm0580916

El Logotipo de Hoy

[© Joan Marcus 2005]
Jersey Girls
(l-r) Jennifer Naimo, Sara Schmidt and Erica Piccininni
© Joan Marcus 2005
Jersey Girls
(l-r) Jennifer Naimo, Sara Schmidt and Erica Piccininni
jerseyboysinfo.com/ecards/broadway_girls1.php

Coplita

¿Sabes a quién te pareces,
sabes a quién te das aire?
Al sol cuando está más alto
y a la luna cuando sale.

Fuente:
Jorge M. Furt
Cancionero Popular Rioplatense: Lírica Gauchesca Tomo II
Alicante : Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes, 2003
Edición digital basada en la de Buenos Aires, Imprenta y Casa Editora "Coni", 1925.
cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/S ... 91/p0000006.htm
[1957 (Córdoba y Buenos Aires).]

Imágenes de Salida

National Gallery of Art, 4th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, D.C.

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Rue des Moulins, 1894, 1894
oil on cardboard on wood, 83.5 x 61.4 cm (32 7/8 x 24 1/8 in.)
Chester Dale Collection
1963.10.69
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
French, 1864 - 1901
Rue des Moulins, 1894, 1894
oil on cardboard on wood, 83.5 x 61.4 cm (32 7/8 x 24 1/8 in.)
Chester Dale Collection
1963.10.69 [fuente]
nga.gov/cgi-bin/pimage?46261_0_0

Arte al Dia Internacional, 14 de Junio de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO antoniaguzman.com.ar/index.htm

Antonia Guzmán
Distances
Las Distancias
2007
40 x 55 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas
Antonia Guzmán
Distances
Las Distancias
2007
40 x 55 inches
painting, acrylic on canvas

Links:
mountainshadowgallery.net/cont ... /view/28/46/1/1
naomisilvagallery.com/Antonia_ ... uzman/index.htm
Exposiciones Personales: Desde el 2 de Febrero en Mountain Shadow Gallery de Tucson, Arizona y, desde el 15 del mismo mes en Naomi Silva Gallery de Atlanta.

Christie's New York, 23 de Octubre de 2007 Christie's Prints & Multiples - October 30-31, New York

JOAN MIRO
Equinoxe (D. 428)
etching, aquatint and carborundum in colors, 1967, on Mandeure rag, signed in pencil, numbered 45/75, the full sheet, pale light-staining, scattered pinpoint foxing, occasional minor scuffing and rubbing, soft handling creases (primarily at the sheet edges, with some associated discoloration), a few short tears in places at the extreme sheet edges, hinged to the support in places at the reverse of the sheet edges (with associated rippling and creasing), otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 41 x 29 in. (1041 x 737 mm.)
JOAN MIRO
Equinoxe (D. 428)
etching, aquatint and carborundum in colors, 1967, on Mandeure rag, signed in pencil, numbered 45/75, the full sheet, pale light-staining, scattered pinpoint foxing, occasional minor scuffing and rubbing, soft handling creases (primarily at the sheet edges, with some associated discoloration), a few short tears in places at the extreme sheet edges, hinged to the support in places at the reverse of the sheet edges (with associated rippling and creasing), otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 41 x 29 in. (1041 x 737 mm.) [fuente]
christies.com/LotFinder/lot_de ... bjectID=4986566

Price Realized
$73,000
Estimate
$50,000 - $70,000
Sale Information
Sale 1897
Prints And Multiples
30 - 31 October 2007
New York, Rockefeller Plaza

Arte al Dia Internacional, 15 de Noviembre de 2007 Newsletter semanal artealdia.com
EL SITIO RECOMENDADO pablodimasso.com.ar

Pablo Di Masso
Nada
2006
70 x 100 cm
Pablo Di Masso
Nada
2006
70 x 100 cm
pablodimasso.com.ar

THE NEW YORK TIMES, 14 FEBRUARY 2008
Poussin and Nature: Arcadian Visions

[Photo: Fogg Art Museum]
/ Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): "The Infant Bacchus Entrusted to the Nymphs of Nysa;The Death of Echo and Narcissus"
/ In other circumstances the words would sound like hype. Here they have the ring of anxious rapture. It’s as if the exhibition’s curators — Keith Christiansen of the Met and Pierre Rosenberg, director emeritus of the Louvre — were saying, “You may not find these pictures gripping at first, but trust us, once you understand their moral passion and Classical poise, you will.”
Photo: Fogg Art Museum
/ Nicolas Poussin (1594-1665): "The Infant Bacchus Entrusted to the Nymphs of Nysa;The Death of Echo and Narcissus"
/ In other circumstances the words would sound like hype. Here they have the ring of anxious rapture. It’s as if the exhibition’s curators — Keith Christiansen of the Met and Pierre Rosenberg, director emeritus of the Louvre — were saying, “You may not find these pictures gripping at first, but trust us, once you understand their moral passion and Classical poise, you will.” [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/02/ ... 215-POUS_2.html

Centro León March 04, 2008 San Pedro de Macorís: La Vida, El Arte y El Deporte Nacional

Centro León March 04, 2008 San Pedro de Macorís: La Vida, El Arte y El Deporte Nacional
Centro León March 04, 2008 San Pedro de Macorís: La Vida, El Arte y El Deporte Nacional
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THE NEW YORK SUN 06 MARCH 2008

[M U S E U M O F M O D E R N A RT]
Mike Kelley, ‘Missing Time Color Exercise (Reversed) No. 2’ (2002).
M U S E U M O F M O D E R N A RT
Mike Kelley, ‘Missing Time Color Exercise (Reversed) No. 2’ (2002). [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN 06 MARCH 2008

[M U S E U M O F M O D E R N A RT]
Andy Warhol, ‘Do It Yourself (Landscape)’ (1962).
M U S E U M O F M O D E R N A RT
Andy Warhol, ‘Do It Yourself (Landscape)’ (1962). [fuente]

The New York Times, 07 March 2008, Color As Field: American Painting

[Photo: Museum of Fine Arts, courtesy American Federation of Arts]
"Tin Lizzie Green" (1964) by Jules Olitski
/ Starting in the late 1950s the great American art critic Clement Greenberg only had eyes for Color Field painting. This was the lighter-than-air abstract style, with its emphasis on stain painting and visual gorgeousness introduced by Helen Frankenthaler followed by Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland and Jules Olitski. It soared as the next big, historically inevitable thing after Jackson Pollock. Then over the course of the 1970s, it dropped from sight.
Photo: Museum of Fine Arts, courtesy American Federation of Arts
"Tin Lizzie Green" (1964) by Jules Olitski
/ Starting in the late 1950s the great American art critic Clement Greenberg only had eyes for Color Field painting. This was the lighter-than-air abstract style, with its emphasis on stain painting and visual gorgeousness introduced by Helen Frankenthaler followed by Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland and Jules Olitski. It soared as the next big, historically inevitable thing after Jackson Pollock. Then over the course of the 1970s, it dropped from sight. [fuente]
nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/03/ ... COLO_index.html

“Color as Field: American Painting, 1950-1975” is at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Eighth and F Streets, NW, Washington, (202) 633-7970, through May 26.

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 07 MARCH 2008

Glam shot
No stranger to the camera, Vanessa Williams gives the paparazzi what they want at the "Hollywood Glam with Rebecca Romijn" fete in Beverly Hills, Calif., on March 6.
Glam shot
No stranger to the camera, Vanessa Williams gives the paparazzi what they want at the "Hollywood Glam with Rebecca Romijn" fete in Beverly Hills, Calif., on March 6. [fuente]

LOS ANGELES TIMES, 10 MARCH 2008
Great movie pigs (11 pictures)

Miss Piggy
/ Kermie’s beloved girlfriend — the piggy diva who was voiced primarily by Frank Oz — first appeared on the 1974 ABC special “Herb Albert and the TJB,” singing “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love.” But Miss Piggy was destined to become a superstar. When “The Muppet Show” premiered in 1976, she didn’t have a name, but she certainly had the look — big blue eyes, big bosom and blond hair. Though in love with Kermit, she isn’t above giving him a karate chop — she even holds a pink belt in Pig Wan Do — any time she believes she has been insulted. She became a major player in Hollywood in the late 1970s and ’80s and even took a pen to her hoof writing a best-seller. Miss Piggy has appeared in several of the Muppet feature films, and even played all four witches in the 2002 TV movie, “The Muppets' 'Wizard of Oz.' ” She hasn’t changed much over the last three decades. But she’s been uncharacteristically mum if she’s had any cosmetic surgery.
Miss Piggy
/ Kermie’s beloved girlfriend — the piggy diva who was voiced primarily by Frank Oz — first appeared on the 1974 ABC special “Herb Albert and the TJB,” singing “I Can’t Give You Anything But Love.” But Miss Piggy was destined to become a superstar. When “The Muppet Show” premiered in 1976, she didn’t have a name, but she certainly had the look — big blue eyes, big bosom and blond hair. Though in love with Kermit, she isn’t above giving him a karate chop — she even holds a pink belt in Pig Wan Do — any time she believes she has been insulted. She became a major player in Hollywood in the late 1970s and ’80s and even took a pen to her hoof writing a best-seller. Miss Piggy has appeared in several of the Muppet feature films, and even played all four witches in the 2002 TV movie, “The Muppets' 'Wizard of Oz.' ” She hasn’t changed much over the last three decades. But she’s been uncharacteristically mum if she’s had any cosmetic surgery. [fuente]

THE NEW YORK SUN 11 MARCH 2008

[LYN DA C A S P E]
NEW YORK STATE OF MIND The Gallery of the Office of the Manhattan Borough President presents a retrospective of work by artist Lynda Caspe. Her latest collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and sculptural reliefs has Gotham as its focus and features scenes of New York streets such as Franklin and Delancey, as well as abstract views of the city and of human figures. A native New Yorker, Ms. Caspe is an adjunct associate professor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. Selections from the exhibit include “Still Life at Window” (2007), above.
LYN DA C A S P E
NEW YORK STATE OF MIND The Gallery of the Office of the Manhattan Borough President presents a retrospective of work by artist Lynda Caspe. Her latest collection of paintings, drawings, sculpture, and sculptural reliefs has Gotham as its focus and features scenes of New York streets such as Franklin and Delancey, as well as abstract views of the city and of human figures. A native New Yorker, Ms. Caspe is an adjunct associate professor at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. Selections from the exhibit include “Still Life at Window” (2007), above. [fuente]

Through Friday, March 28, Monday–Friday, 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Municipal Building, 1 Centre St., 19th floor, at Chambers Street, 212-669-8300, free.

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