the next offering on its Ovations! series, the Lively Arts at Indiana
University of Pennsylvania will present Te
Amo, Argentina. Celebrating the fascinating and diverse culture of
Argentina through dance, live music, and video, Te Amo Argentina will be presented for a single performance on
Wednesday, February 11, 2015, at 8:00 p.m. in Fisher Auditorium of IUP’s
Performing Arts Center.
performance combines Argentine chamber music performed by the Attacca Quartet,
original tango choreography, and commissioned projected animations and visual
artwork. Te Amo, Argentina features
music from the Latin Grammy award-winning cellist Antonio Lysy, as well as one
of the top tango couples in the world, Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo from
Fox’s So You Think You Can Dance and NBC’s
Superstars of Dance.
Te Amo, Argentina, which means “I Love You, Argentina” and
fitting for this Valentine season, uses Lysy’s autobiographical experiences as
the backbone for the show’s story arc and sends audiences through different
terrains and landscapes of Argentina. The show captures the passion of the
culture from the rhythms of the Andes Mountains to the city-street cafés of
Buenos Aires. The combination of the live performers with the original
animations weave together an inspiring homage to Argentina.
for this February 11 event are available online, or the event’s ticket page. They can also be purchased at the Hadley Union
Building ticket office on the IUP campus or by calling the HUB ticket office at
are priced at $26 for regular admission, $22 for seniors and groups, and $14
for students and children. Seats remaining will be sold at the door starting one hour prior to the
more information on this and other events presented by the Lively Arts, call
(724) 357-2787 (ARTS) or e-mail email@example.com.
Ovations! series is funded, in part, by donations through the Premiere Club,
business sponsorships, grants, and the IUP Student Cooperative Association. The
Lively Arts, a program of the College of Fine Arts, presents nearly 200
performances, programs, and exhibits annually.
Seen below is the Attacca Quartet, who will be among the musicians performing live for Te Amo, Argentina.
February 11, 20158:00 p.m.Fisher Auditorium, IUP Performing Arts Center
Join us for a journey through the heart
and soul of Argentina’s fascinating culture. This performance features solo cello and
chamber works, dance, film, and the spoken word. The Te Amo, Argentina ensemble,
consisting of six outstanding musicians and Tango dancers Miriam Larici and
Leonardo Barrionuevo, joins cellist Antonio Lysy in this inspiring homage to the
music of Argentina, from Amerindian rhythms of the Andes Mountains to the
sounds of the city-street cafés of Buenos Aires.
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