The tribute of the Children’s Choir of the Teatro Colón to the May Revolution

Share This Post

- Advertisement -

On the 213th anniversary of the May Revolution this Thursday 25, the Colon Theater celebrate with him Children’s choirunder the direction of maestro César Bustamante, with a choral version of the traditional song the sun on the 25th.

- Advertisement -

The song was popularized by Carlos Gardel and José Razzano in the 10s, with music composed by Santiago Rocca and lyrics by Domingo Lombardi.

Performed by the greatest artists of the national scene such as Soledad “La Sole” Pastorutti and Jorge Gordillo among others, the Children’s Choir of the Teatro Colón presents this a capella vocal arrangement by César Bustamante especially to accompany the celebrations of this May 25th.

- Advertisement -
The Children

The Children’s Choir of the Teatro Colón, with its version of “El sol del 25”.

The Children’s Choir

The Children’s Choir of the Teatro Colón participates in the works programmed each season by the theatre, whether they are interventions in operas or in symphonic-choral concerts.

He also makes presentations in other halls, responding to invitations from various cultural institutions with a varied a capella choral repertoire.

The training and experience acquired by the members of the Choir through the constant performance of this activity translates into the promotion of precocious vocations, which in many cases lead to valuable artistic careers.


Pianist, conductor and arranger of various musical genres, Cesare Bustamante He has a degree in choral conducting and is a senior professor at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the National University of La Plata (UNLP).

He has carried out an intense activity as a pianist and director of foreign and national shows and from 2010 to today he directs the Children’s Choir of the Teatro Colón.

He directed the opera productions for the Vamos al Colón cycle, presenting the Argentinian premieres of Puss in Boots by composer Xavier Montsalvatge (Teatro Colón-Teatro Bicentenario de San Juan), Tom Thumb by Hans Werner Henze and La Cenerentola by Gioacchino Rossini (both at the Colon Theater).

He is currently General Coordinator of Musical Studies at the Teatro Colón, a position he also held between 2011 and 2014.

Source: Clarin

- Advertisement -

Related Posts