Sunday, August 28, 2016

Friday, August 26, 2016

Los solistas de Tel Aviv en el Teatro Colón




"Los Solistas de Tel Aviv"
Teatro Colón
17 de septiembre de 2016 - 20.00 horas
Barak Tal, Director
Mischa Maisky, Violonchelo

Programa
 Mozart, Sinfonía Nº 41 "Júpiter"
 P. Tschaikowsky, "Nocturno" en do menor para Violonchelo y Orquesta
 Prokoffief, Sinfonía Clásica
 Haydn, Concierto para Violonchelo en do mayor
 Max Bruch, "Kol Nidrei" para Violonchelo y Orquesta

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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Feria Americana Ieladeinu 2016


24 de agosto de 2016
Tucumán 3238 4° piso, Buenos Aires

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Tango World Festival 2016 in Buenos Aires



In the month of August, hundreds of dancers from around the globe are challenged to a poetic duel of embraces, steps and cadences, before a jury of prestigious tango masters who will determine which two dancing couples are the most skilled of the milonga. Gone are the Preliminaries held in more than twenty cities across the world; now it is time to attend the Qualifying Rounds at Usina del Arte, where more than 500 couples of different nationalities will pit their talent to get a chance to dance at the legendary Luna Park and battle for the world title in Dance-Floor Tango and Stage Tango.



Information about calendar, tickets, venues and program

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

ARGENTINA's Wonders: Iguazu falls like you never saw them


Iguazú National Park jungle roads lead to a unique site in the world: where birds sing to the beauty of the landscape and nature vibrates with the thunder of the water

Iguazú National Park is located in the northwest of the province of Misiones, at 11 miles from Puerto Iguazú. Its preserved ecosystem belongs to the Paraná Jungle eco region that covers almost all the provincial territory. The natural treasure being hosted are the Iguazú Waterfalls: 275 waterfalls that reach an altitude of almost 260 feet. They were declared one of the New Seven Wonders of Nature in the World and, also, Mankind Natural Heritage.

The visit to Iguazú National Park requires, at least, a complete day. Among the recreational proposals, it is worth mentioning: the Yvirá Retá Interpretation Center, the Lower Walk (4,600 ft of walkways with stairs); the Upper Walk (4,200 ft of walkways without stairs); the crossing to San Martín Island; and Macuco and Yacaratiá Pathways. There are alternative tours to discover the Park and get close to the Waterfalls by means of full of adrenaline activities.

One of the newest proposals consists in enjoying the Waterfalls under the moonlight, during full moon clear nights. Visitors only need to go to the Park at sunset, take the little train that crosses the jungle and get into the dark. The silence is only interrupted by the sounds of night animals: a new world awakes at the depth of the jungle. When getting off the train, it is necessary to take the same pathway that reaches the Devil’s Throat: in the evenings it is more mysterious and even more charming. The roar of the jungle increases step by step. And, finally,  the Devil’s Throat amazes and moves evening visitors. Illuminated by a giant and silver moon, it is even more breathtaking. A unique landscape and an unforgettable experience.


IMPORTANT: Iguazú National Park provides varied services to tourists. Among them, a 5 stars hotel, restaurants, fast food stores and drugstores. Architectonic barriers were eliminated thus generating a proposal available for everyone. Due to the Park’s extension, if visitors want to make the visit in two days, they should keep the entrance ticket and present it the second day and they will get a 50% discount.

Puerto Iguazú is a city with varied accommodation and tourist services, as well as regular bus services to the Park during the whole day.

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Monday, August 1, 2016

Monumento: un documental sobre la constucción del recuerdo de las víctimas del Holocausto



¿Cómo se construye un recuerdo? ¿cómo se construye un homenaje a un recuerdo?

El jueves 4 de agosto de 2016, se estrena en Buenos Aires MONUMENTO, el documental de Fernando Díaz (Plaza de almas) que refleja el desarrollo y producción del Monumento Nacional a las Víctimas del Holocausto, estableciendo un diálogo con los sobrevivientes de la Shoá y compartiendo sus historias y su presente en la Argentina.

Este filme retrata el proceso creativo y construcción del Monumento Nacional a las Víctimas del Holocausto -y las polémicas que éste despierta entre instituciones y sobrevivientes de la Shoá que viven en nuestro país.

Zapatos, vestidos, coladores, radios, muñecos, herramientas, paraguas… Objetos destruidos para reconstruir la memoria y cerrarle el paso al olvido. El Monumento Nacional a la Memoria de las víctimas del Holocausto se encuentra ubicado en una plaza, en la intersección de las avenidas Libertador y Bullrich de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Es una obra en hormigón compuesta por 114 cubos –en representación de las 113 vidas que se cobraron los atentados de la Embajada de Israel y la AMIA– donde los objetos que componen la geografía de la vida humana, en todas sus etapas, aparecen estampados en siluetas identificables: un delantal de cocina, un vestido de niña, una radio, unos auriculares, una cámara de fotos… cosas que a diario pasan inadvertidas, pero que cuando el hombre, la mujer, el niño, el anciano ya no están, cobran la fuerza de una presencia.

Proyectado y construido por los arquitectos Gustavo Nielsen y Sebastián Marsiglia, con un presupuesto de 4,4 millones de pesos, aportados por el Ministerio de Cultura de la Nación (el gobierno porteño edificó la plaza con un costo de dos millones de pesos), el memorial tiene por meta enfatizar la ausencia del ser humano a través de esas huellas impresas en las piedras.

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Entrada general $60.
Estudiantes y jubilados: $30.
Estrenos internacionales: $90. Estudiantes y jubilados: $45.
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Av. Figueroa Alcorta 3415
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel +54 11 4808 6500
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A selfie with Pope Francis


Angela Orosz-Richt was born in Auschwitz in December 1944, weighing less than 1 kg. She was too weak to cry. Last week, she flew from Montreal to Poland for the visit of Pope Francis. On Sunday, the Pope received her in private audience. Angela was accompanied by a Hungarian filmmaker couple and their son, who are making a documentary about her.

After their meeting with Pope Francis, she told us this: ‘When we came in, the Pope said: Please pray for me! And with a smile, he suggested: Let's take a selfie! And so we did. I thanked him for his silent visit to Auschwitz. He taught the world how to visit that place. I was born in Auschwitz, and my mother's heroism and faith saved my life, with God’s miracles. I presented him with a picture of my late mother and me as a young girl, and a teddy bear in Canadian Mounty uniform. I still can’t believe that a little old Jewish lady like myself got to meet with the Pope.”

Source: On the spot

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