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The Music of Argentine Tango ft. International Tango Stars Fabrizio Mocata and Carlos Habiague
Thursday, March 31 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm$20
The music of Tango is known internationally as one of the most celebrated forms of music originating from the country of Argentina. Brought to life in movies, television, concerts, ballrooms, and dance throughout the world.
JazzBuffalo, in association with ArtsBuffalo and the Terrace at Delaware Park as well as through the support of Moshe Shulman and Mark Goldman, is excited to present to the Buffalo community a special concert event.
The event will present authentic Argentinean Tango music featuring international Tango stars, Fabrizio Mocata and Carlos Habiague. Both master pianist Fabrizio Mocata from Italy and Argentinean star vocalist Carlos Habiague, from Argentina, are on a rare tour of the United States and will make a stop in Buffalo. Both will be on a 3-day break from a worldwide Tango program of music and dance playing in major performing arts centers.
They will be accompanied by two of Buffalo’s own international Tango stars, Moshe Shulman and Miranda Shulman. Both are known in our region for their performances right here in Buffalo but are well known on the international stage of Tango performances in such countries as Israel and Germany.
This is a special opportunity for the Buffalo Community to experience authentic Argentine Tango music. An evening of award-winning dinner and wines from the Terrace at Delaware Park to complement the celebrated music genre of Argentine Tango on the Pan Am Room stage and baby grand piano.
We encourage you to make reservations soon as seating is limited. Be one of the people and couples who will talk about this extraordinary evening for years to come.
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS HERE: Argentine Tango Night
Note ($20 Music Fee added to your dinner bill)
More about the international Argentine Tango stars and artists you will not want to miss:
Fabrizio Mocata is a Sicily-born pianist who graduated in classical music and jazz at Music Conservatory L. Cherubini in Florence. In 2000 he played Piazzolla music for the first time and he found in Tango his best way to express his poetics in music. Today, he is considered one of the most innovative musicians in the world of International Tango. He has performed as a soloist and composer in the most important Tango Festivals like Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Medellin, Granada, and many others. He performed and recorded with important artists in Tango music like Sandra Luna, Marcelo Tommasi, Fabian Bertero, Guillermo Fernandez, Mono Hurtado, Olga Del Grossi, Martin Alvarado, Marcelo Boccanera, Aquiles Roggero, Julio Cobelli, Raul Jaurena and many others.
Born in Argentina, the award-winning Carlos Habiague has become one of the world’s most renowned singers in the authentic style and language of Argentine Tango. He has performed internationally with some of the top musicians and dancers who perform International Argentine Tango. Studying from the young age of 8 years old the classic styles of traditional Argentinean ballads, folklore, boleros, and Argentine Tango.
Carlos Habiague has established himself as one of the greatest current exponents of Tango in festivals in Argentina, standing out in other genres, such as lyric singing and ballad. He also made 17 international tours in four continents, countries such as the USA, Spain, Italy, Morocco, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay, and Bolivia.
Winner of the “Hugo del Carril” award, “Carlos” award in Villa Carlos Paz season twice, “Reina del Plata” award, “Zorzal” award, the “Estrella de concert” among many other distinctions. He released two music albums and is the current designer of his shows. He shared the stage with great figures such as: Joaquín Sabina, Los Nocheros, Abel Pintos, Chico Novarro, Jairo, Baglietto, Raúl Lavié, Adriana Varela, Guillermo Fernández and many other popular and classical singers.
“Carlos Habiague is the dazzling figure who, with his renowned charisma and his light lyric voice, captivates the audience on every stage”
Russian-born Israeli composer, violin, viola, and bandoneon player, Moshe Shulman (b.1978) holds a Bachelor’s and Master of Music degrees in composition from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and a Ph.D. degree in composition from the NY State University at Buffalo. His music has been performed in Israel, Canada, United States, Russia and France, and Hungary with various ensembles such as Norrbotten NEO and Juventas New Music Ensemble, Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Meridian Brass Quintet, Slee Sinfonietta (Buffalo, NY), International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) and Arditti Quartet.
Moshe is a founder of Buffalo Tango Orkestra that performs mostly in Upstate NY and Toronto, Canada. He has also published “Three to Tango – Basic Music Theory for Tango Dancers” – a guide for dancers that wish to expand their knowledge in the areas of rhythm and how to apply it to dance moves.
He received a 2015 Fromm Foundation Commission from Harvard University and a grant to write a ballet for children in 2019. In summer 2009, Moshe won 3rd prize for “Construction 3” at the Jurgenson Contemporary Music International Competition in Moscow.
Miranda Shulman began violin studies at the young age of five under the tutelage of Betty Haag in Chicago, Illinois. She continued her studies on scholarship and now holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance, a Performance Certificate, and a Master of Music in Performance. Her principal teachers include Michael Ludwig, Elmar Oliveira, Janet Sung, Carol Cole, Laurie Smukler, and Tom Halpin. She served as a Teaching Assistant to Janet Sung at SUNY Fredonia and taught undergraduates and coached chamber music ensembles. She has performed internationally in China alongside Gil Shaham and in Germany with Gewandhaus Orchester.