Sciammarella Tango will be declared of Cultural Interest by the Legislature of Buenos Aires

Sciammarella Tango will be declared of Cultural Interest by the Legislature of Buenos Aires

Sciamarella Tango, female orchestra, on Monday in the Buenos Aires Legislature.

The women’s orchestra Sciammarella Tango will be declared of Cultural Interest by the Legislature of Buenos Aires in an official act that will take place on Monday 25, at 5:00 p.m., in the Golden Hall of Peru 160, where he will receive the diplomas and also perform a free concert.

The event, which will feature the presence of all the member musicians of the group and the presentation by the journalist Romulo Berruti, It will be broadcast live on the Youtube channels of the Legislature of the City of Buenos Aires.

The sextet created in 2013 by the singer Denise Sciammarella brings together music from different countries and explores those identity crosses that forged the genre.

They complete the training Cindy Harcha (bandoneon and arrangements), Mariana Atamas (fiddle), Cecilia Florence Garcia (fiddle), Shino Ohnaga (piano and arrangements) and Geraldine Carnicina (double bass).



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