The fourth edition of the Bariloche International Music Festival (FIMBA) already started on May 19 and continues until May 28, with a program that includes the participation of artists such as Paulinho Moscow (Brazil), Nahuel Pennisi, Fernando Cabrera (Uruguay), Dwarf Poppa (Kilos), Rodolfo Mederos and the pianist Lorraine Eckell.
It will also have the presence of several ensembles from the OFRN (Philharmonic Orchestra of the Río Negro), conducted by maestro Martín Fraile Milstein, and the Mizzou New Music Ensemble (USA), among other protagonists.
With the participation of more than 150 artists, the Patagonian festival It has five venues where more than 30 free concerts are distributedcombining art with the natural setting of one of the most beautiful landscapes in Argentina.
Therefore, the shows will take place at the Teatro La Baita, the Municipal Center of Art, Science and Technology (ex Puerto San Carlos), Camping Musical Bariloche, Estación Araucanía and Camping Musical Bariloche, the Cathedral of Nuestra Señora del Nahuel Huapi.
FIMBA inaugurated a new chapter with the opening of Hugo Figueras with the Bariloche Municipal Youth Camerata, and continued with the Mizzou New Music Ensemble (USA) and the duo Rosa Incaica.
The activity will gain momentum on Wednesday 24 with the presentation of Arroyito Dúo Paola Bernal and Anacrusa XXI.
Paulinho Moska will perform on Thursday 25, the day will be opened by the Áurigae Vocal Ensemble, continued by Florencia Nuñez and Mica Miller. In the night strip, it will be the turn of La Fragua, Toby Vilas and Guillo Espel.
The programming continues on Friday 26 with Nano Stern and Fernando Cabrera, accompanied by the string ensemble of the Río Negro Philharmonic Orchestra. The event will open with the Early Music Group Camera at Camping Musical Bariloche. Los Taura, Patagonia Tango and Rodolfo Mederos together with the OFRN string ensemble will perform on the same day in different venues.
Nahuel Pennisi and a string ensemble
Nahuel Pennisi, one of the protagonists of FIMBA, will play on Saturday 27 accompanied by the OFRN string ensemble. On the same day, at the Cathedral, it will be possible to hear the Shenandoah Conservatory Symphony Orchestra (USA) and, in other venues, the percussion group Trepún (OFRN), Metambó, Banda Rodante, La Nube Percusión and Muta.
The closing of the Festival will be curated by the pianist Lorena Eckell with the Ensamble Sur, made up of members of the Río Negro Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Bariloche International Music Festival was created in 2019 and continues to consolidate itself on the national music agenda as a space where different musical languages coexist spanning popular, classical, jazz, tango and folklore music.
Always with the Río Negro Philharmonic Orchestra as a guest, in its previous editions great artists have performed on its different stages, from Toquinho, Escalandrum, Peteco CarabajalLiliana Herrero, Camerata Bariloche, Juan Carlos Baglietto, Lito Vitale, Ana Prada, Elena Roger, Rafael Gintoli, among other great musicians.
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