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Arts at Noon Series: Tami Tango Trio

The Arts at Noon Series continues with this lunchtime concert that is free and open to the public.

The Tami Tango Trio shattered expectations....The music was hauntingly beautiful, and the ensemble performed it with exceptional delicacy and spirit. The dancers returned to the stage from opposite sides of the room to intensify the atmosphere in a poignant performance that symbolically demonstrated the heartrending separation of the music.
-The Oberlin Review

Born in 1952, Eduardo Tami began his professional career specializing in the Western concert flute at the Juan José Castro Conservatory alongside masters such as Alfredo Lannelli, Raquel Arana and Ljerko Spiller.

With 7 edited albums to his name, Eduardo Tami defined his career playing the Western concert flute as a fundamental melodic element in the interpretation of various musical genres.

His expertise as a Tango flautist allowed him to play in universities and conservatories across the globe.

As a composer, his repertoire encompasses two rhapsodies, a quartet for strings and various pieces for piano and flute.

Having gained fame and popularity as a musician and arranger, en 1987 he created the Vicente López Chamber Ensemble, which he directs even today with the patronage of the municipality and private businesses.

He has participated in diverse bilateral associations with Italy, Italia, Holland, Poland, United States of America, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Haiti, Japan, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malasia, Thailand and Lebanon. strengthening cross-cultural links in the process.

Arts at Noon Series: Tami Tango Trio
  • Times:  12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • September 28, 2016 to September 28, 2016
  • Grand Valley State University Cook-DeWitt Center
  • Free