Homero Manzi Tango Show Night- June 19th
Homero Manzi corner, the most relevant one in Argentina, where poetry and memories can make you dream.
The Corner of San Juan and Boedo is a historical and traditional place in the city of Buenos Aires. The bar built on this corner in 1927, became the symbol of urban culture of the forties.
The charm and cultural importance of the place, declared a historic building, attracts hundreds of tourists every day. There is a need to recover the landmark, and be able to concentrate all the magic of the 2 by 4.
San Juan and Boedo represents a real suburb of our city and this location looks to evoke the times of the malevaje and pavement, blended with a level of comfort that can be offered today.
The decade of the '40, was without any doubt the golden age of tango; with a large number of orchestras, singers and composers, who gave the genre a wealth of styles that it endures until today.
The show wants to portray that moment; revolve around the compositions of Homero Manzi, without forgetting to honor greats like Carlos Gardel and Astor Piazzolla.
The cast is composed of 15 artists on stage. 4 dance couples, two singers and live quintet and it runs for 87 minutes.