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MAY 17 PARIS. CLAN DESTINO. Invité spécial Hugo Díaz Cardenas (guitare)18 Rue des Envierges, 75020, Paris.
MAY 18 PARIS. MAISON DE L’ARGENTINE. Invité spécial Diego Aubia (piano)27A Boulevard Jourdan, 75014, Paris.
MAY 19 TOULOUSE. LA CANDELA3 Grande Rue Saint Nicolas, 31300 Toulouse.
MAY 20 BERNA. CASA DE VINOS MARTÍN RAUH. Special guest Jonatan Blaty (Bandoneón)Selibühlweg 11, 3006 Berna.
MAY 27 MONTREUX. ANCIENNE POSTE DES PLANCHES. María Elía Daniel Messina Dúo (música latinoamericana)Place des planches 4, 1820 Montreux.
MAY 21 HEIDELBERG. MILONGA EL CONDE Hauptstraße 190, 69117 Heidelberg.
MAY 24 STUTTGART. MELVA MODE CAFÉ. María Elía Daniel Messina Dúo (música latinoamericana)Reuchlinstraße 22, 70178 Stuttgart.
MAY 25 KARLSRUHE. EL TESORORheinstraße 65, 76185, Karlsruhe.
MAY 26 HEILBRONN. EBENE 3. María Elía Daniel Messina Dúo (música latinoamericana)K3, Berliner Pl. 12, 74072 Heilbronn.
MAY 31 BERLIN. KAFFEEHAUS MILA.Grolmanstraße 40, 10623, Berlin.
JUNE 2 BERLIN. MILONGA HAUS DER SINNEYstader Straße 10, 10437 Berlin.
JUNE 3 AMSTERDAM TEATRO MUNGANGASchinkelhavenstraat 27 hs, 1075 VP Amsterdam.
JUNE 4 BRUELAS. ART BASE29 Rue des Sables, 1000, Bruxelles.
JUNE 5 AMBERES. DEN HOPSACKGrote Pieter Potstraat 24, 2000 Antweroen.
Filmed by Mariano Di Cesare.
“María sings tango with utter candidness and the key to such way of singing is how she accompanies herself on the piano- the accompaniment itself that constructs her phrasing”MAURO APICELLA LA NACIÓN
“Valuable disc by María Elía, especially the arrangements”
RICARDO SALTON AMBITO FINANCIERO
“María Elía takes on the role of both singer and pianist. Her version of “Volver” offers a personal precious perspective about tradition”
NICOLÁS RUSSO REVISTA VEINTITRES
“With “Desde mí Misma” María Elía captures a provocative and powerful look of a repertoroire made up of classic tangos”
“The cucial voice: María Elía takes a deep breath in her album “Desde mí Misma” along with her piano and voice embarking on a moving journey through some classic tangos” SITIO WEB FRACTURA EXPUESTA
“A great album which walks off the usual beaten track performing with extraordinary singing attitudes”
JORGE GARCÍA REVISTA DIGITAL EL AMANTE CINE
“María Elía’s debut record results in minimalism, her voice has the personal color and presence of a major orchestra and other intimate versions offered to the listener with a feeling of authentic complicity”DANIEL HOFFER REVISTA HECHO EN BUENOS AIRES
“A most personal piano and voice work and very much in the style of Diana Krall”
MARCELO PAVAZZA REVISTA ALTA DE AEROLÍNEAS ARGENTINAS
Review in an argentinian tango website called Fractura Expuesta about the release of Maria Elia new album Desde Mí misma Tangos in voice and piano.
DESDE MÍ MISMA (FROM WITHIN MYSELF) was edited independently at the end of 2015 through UMI (Unión de Músicos Independientes/ Independent Musicians Union)
EPK NEW ALBUM “DESDE MÍ MISMA” (FROM WITHIN MYSELF) 2016 RELEASE
A MAU PRODUCTION Música Audiovisual www.mauproducciones.com/es
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In 2016 María Elía was part of the prestigious teaching staff (Paulina Fain, Diego Schissi, Ramiro Gallo, Julián Peralta, Hernán Possetti among others) at the Encuentro Internacional de Tango para Músicos (International Tango Encounter for Musicians) an event declared heritage of culural, touristic and educational significance by Ministerio de Cultura (Culture Department) and Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (City Government of Buenos Aires)
It was one of the 10 shows chosen for the BBC by the Director of Celtic Connections.
NeXo is a Collective Creative Music Laboratory with an emphasis on cultural interaction through music to connect, know, explore through dialog and share varied traditions and music languages of Argentina, Galicia, Scotland, Uruguay and Wales. Nine musicians of these countries, previously selected by a curator of each region, search the connection between the European assorted music of Atlantic roots and the Latin American music by experimenting a creative coexistence.SPONSORED BY: British Council Scotland, British Council Wales, British Council Uruguay, British Council Argentina, Wales Arts International - Celfyddydau Rhyngwladol Cymru, Cultura galega - Xunta de GaliciaAgadic, Fundación SGAE, Creative Scotland.
ART DIRECTION: Donald Shaw (SCOTLAND/ WALES) Fer Isella (ARGENTINA/ URUGUAY) Rómulo Sanjurjo (GALICIA)PRODUCED BY JAU®
In this first edition musicians from Argentina, Galicia, Scotland, Uruguay and Wales participated in a joint work for four days in Buenos Aires: Xabier Díaz, Gwilym Bowen Rhys, Fabian Miodownik, Jordan Price Williams, Megan Robertson Henderson, Finlay MacDonald, Maria Elia, Fabián Martin and Fernando Barroso worked with the Scottish producer Donald Shaw.
Produced by: JAUBritish Council Scotland, British Council Argentina,British Council Wales, British Council Uruguay, Wales Arts International - Celfyddydau Rhyngwladol Cymru, Cultura galega - Xunta de Galicia,Agadic, Fundación SGAE, Creative Scotland. NeXo presented Música de Raíz Atlántica at the Celtic Connections Festival, which took place in Scotland in January 2016- a performance seen by over 5000 people and became a smash success to the audience and critics. It was indeed, one of the 10 shows chosen for the BBC by Donald Shaw, Director of Celtic Connections.
A Cd-Book with fourteen songs by composers Sebastián Monk (1968-2011) produced by the radio program Revuelto Gramajo. The disc includes songs by Monk interpreted by well-known artists and a book with the lyrics together with illustrations made by various artists. A text by Luis M. Pescetti completes this work.
Sebastián Monk (1968-2011) was a pianist, composer and singer. His creative work is intended to reach two kinds of audiences: adults and children. In some instances, his music connects both of them: parents and kids have fun together. His repertory consists of songs of his own, combining humor, defeat and unrequited love.
“El niño” by Luna Monti and Juan Quintero. Illustration: Rodrigo Folgueira.
“Coplitas Violeta”s by Aymama. Illustration: Viviana Bilotti.
“Canción de Puna para mi Juli” by Micaela Vita and Willy González. Illustration: Lucas Nine.
“Huayno para despertarse con caricias” by Silvia Salomone and Carlos Aguirre. Illustration: Kalil Llamazares.
“Qué hacemos con Valentino” by Topo Encinar. Illustration: Gio.
“Catalina” Catalí by Geogina Hassan. Illustration: Hugo Horita.
“Marina” by Marina Santillán. Illustration: Martín Favelis.
“Una de las tres Marías” by María Elía and Diego Penelas. Illustration: María Paula Dufour.
“Tonadí” by Silvia Iriondo and Marcos Cabezaz. Illustration: Nancy Brajer.
“De amor” by Magdalena Fleitas, Luis María Pescetti and Los Musiqueros. Illustration: José Ballarati.
María Elía performed along with artists from Bariloche, Patagonia Argentina, including Graciela Novellino, Leopoldo Caracoche, Pedro Bellora, Manuel Aristarán, Alejandro Fatur, Belén Álvarez, Juan Cisterna and Sheila Strachan. Plastic artists such as Ana Sanfelippo, Pablo Bernasconi, Nalé Calligaris and Flora Zazú have also participated.
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