New generation in Argentina revives the age-old Tango

Posted on August 22, 2011 • Filed under: Argentina, Culture, TRAVEL

Osvaldo Pugliese, one of Argentina’s most famous composers, used to say that tango doesn’t start to make sense until you are in your 30s. But a young generation of musicians, lyricists and composers are proving him wrong. Moving away both from purist rhythms and the electronic fusions of the late 1990s, the new generation fills up venues playing compositions with contemporary themes that aim to put tango back in the spotlight on the national scene. Read Article

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