Time: October 9, 2013 from 7:30pm to 10pm
Location: National Hispanic Cultural Center
Street: 1701 4th St SW
Website or Map: http://www.ampconcerts.org
Event Type: amp, concert, dance, tango, argentina, multimedia, cello
Organized By: AMP Concerts and the National Hispanic Cultural Center
Latest Activity: Sep 18
Te Amo, Argentina is an exotic audio-visual journey that draws audiences into the heart of Argentina and its fascinating, diverse culture. This multi-media performance features music from the Latin Grammy award-winning album "Antonio Lysy at the Broad – Music from Argentina" and one of the top tango couples in the world—Miriam Larici and Leonardo Barrionuevo (Gold Medal winners on NBC's "Superstars of Dance" and choreographers on Fox's "So You Think You Can Dance"). From the Amerindian rhythms of the Andes Mountains to the city-street cafés of Buenos Aires, the combination of music and dance performances weaves together a pulsating and inspiring homage to Argentina (Te Amo, Argentina means "I Love You, Argentina"). Using Antonio Lysy's autobiographical experiences as the backbone for the show's story arc, Te Amo, Argentina sends the audience on an audio-visual journey though the beloved cultural legacy of Argentina.