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NEDERLANDSE
VERSIE

Jorge Cardoso
Jorge Cardoso

Juan Falu
Juan Falu

St Antoniuskerk
Sint Antoniuskerk, Edegem



EDEGEM, BELGIUM
November 18, 2007

The sky is grey, it is dark, cold and wet: the winter is coming. Nevertheless, you can escape from this and enjoy a southern, heart warming ambience ...


On Sunday, November 18 at 8 p.m. in the Sint-Antoniuskerk in Edegem (10 km south of Antwerp), RAPHAELLA SMITS and her two Argentian friends-guitarists-composers JORGE CARDOSO and JUAN FALU will present you an evening full of tango's , milonga's, zamba's, chacarera's and habanera's.
In different formations the artists will offer you a concert rich in vitamines.

Juan Falu and Jorge Cardoso will also present their newest CD to the Belgian audience.

General entrance amounts 10 euro, guitar students 5 euro.
Reservations are recommended:
that is possible by means of MAIL to academix at pandora.be or with an SMS to 0474 99 50 10.


AN EXCEPTIONAL CONCERT
Raphaella and the best ambassadors of the Argentine folk music.


Jorge Cardoso
(Posadas, Misiones, Argentinië, 1949) is a guitarist, composer and musicologist. He has almost 400 compositions to his name, and besides composing for one or more guitars, he has also written music for other instruments, quartets, quintets and concertos. Cardoso has made countless arrangements of folkloric music from various periods and regions.

Juan Falú (Tucoman, Salta, Argentina, 1948), is a composer, a teacher and an artist. He is considered a cornerstone of Argentinean folk music and obtained the prestigious National Music Award in 2000. His music for guitar recreates the freshness and inventiveness of Argentinean folk rhythms. In reference to his improvisational skills, he has received praise from many musicians that call him "a real time composer".


The Sint-Antoniuskerk is situated in the centre of Edegem, right at the at the crossing of the Drie Eikenstraat and the Strijdersstraat.

The Sint-Antoniuskerk is a Ghotic church from the 16th and 17th century and listed as a historic monument since 1947. It has been praised for its great acoustics and its attractive onterior. No wonder it is a regular venue for cultural events.


Raphaella Smits
Jorge Cardoso
Juan Falu


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