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Polly Ferman's GlamourTango Coming to Saint Peter's Church This September

Polly Ferman's GlamourTango Coming to Saint Peter's Church This SeptemberUruguayan pianist/producer Polly Ferman returns with her elegant GlamourTango, an all-female multi-media music and dance show that pays homage to the women who quietly wrote the pages of Tango from the very beginning. The ensemble of musicians, dancer, and vocalists hail from Argentina and Uruguay. One night only, Saturday September 16, 7 PM, at Saint Peter's Church, Lexington & 54th Street.

In GlamourTango, Polly Ferman has created and produced a stylish production of tango music and dance from South America's Rio de la Plata region. GlamourTango was premiered in Uruguay in 2008 and has since been performed throughout South America, China, and in numerous U.S. cities including Chicago, New York and San Francisco.

The all-female cast of musicians, vocalist and dancers, which hail mainly from Argentina and Uruguay, perform irresistible tango music by Astor Piazzolla, Horacio Salgan, Anselmo Aieta, Pintin Castellanos, Rosita Quiroga, Enrique Mendizabal, Daniel Binelli, and more.


Polly Ferman's
A Celebration of Women in Tango
Saturday, September 16 at 7 PM
Saint Peter's Church, 169 Lexington Avenue (at 54th Street)
Tickets: $20

Music Director: Polly Ferman
Choreographer: Mariana Parma
Musicians: Polly Ferman - piano, Ina Paris - violin, Iris Ornig - double bass, Yael Acher - flute
Singer: Mariela Marco
Dancers: Mariana Parma, Karina Romero, Valeria Solomonoff

A leading interpreter of music of the Americas, Uruguayan born, New York based pianist Polly Ferman captivates audiences with outstanding performances of works by Latin American composers. Her numerous recordings constitute one of the most extensive collections of Latin American repertoire for piano. Ferman's tours as soloist have included appearances with orchestras around the world, including the Chicago, San Francisco, Sacramento, Indianapolis, Tokyo, Philippines, and Argentine National Symphonies, as well as recital stages at Carnegie Hall, Tokyo's Takemitsu Hall, London's St. Martin the Fields, and Buenos Aires' Teatro Colon. During the month of August she will concertize in Buenos Aires and her native Montevideo, Uruguay, appearing in the same Hall where she made her debut at the age of 7.

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