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After a slight pause during summer vacations (January and February here in the Southern Hemisphere), Buenos Aires cultural life is regaining momentum in March. Here are our top picks:

 

1. Rodolfo Mederos tango orquestra at Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso

A must-go for all music lovers. Rodolfo Mederos is one of the most celebrated contemporary tango players.

 

On Fridays and Saturdays

Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso

Defensa 1575 – San Telmo

Entrance: AR$180

torquatotasso.com.ar

 

 

2. Infinite Experience – New exhibition at MALBA museum

MALBA opens the 2015 season with Experiencia infinita / Infinite Experience. The event is less an exhibition than an experience that the viewer confronts. It consists of works that ensue in real time and partake of other disciplines such as theater and choreography.

The exhibition features a selection of works by eight outstanding international artists.

Experiencia Infinita MALBA

From March 20

MALBA Museum

malba.org.ar

 

 

3. Music and Ballet at Teatro Colón

In March, Buenos Aires philarmonic orquestra will interpretate a series of Beethoven symphonies (March 3 to 8). The ballet will open the season with three choreographies on Mozart, Rachmaninov and Bartók music.

To see the 2015 Opera program, please read this oldest post.

Teatro Colon Buenos Aires

Teatro Colon

teatrocolon.org.ar

 

4. Laura Lima exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art

Brazilian artista Laura Lima is considered one of the most relevant contemporary artists. This exhibition, El Mago Desnudo (The Naked Magician) evokes the tricks and artifices behind the artistic creation. Builded around a large workshop, the exhibition allows the spectators to witness the art production.

Laura Lima Buenos Aires

March 28 to June 14

Museo de Arte Moderno

museodeartemoderno.buenosaires.gob.ar

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If you are in Buenos Aires this week, your are in luck: you can attend the most authentic tango championship, in which porteños dancers will compete to represent their city in the Tango World Festival in August. You have also a great choice of jazz and tango concerts and nice exhibitions. Keep reading to learn more about things to do this week in Buenos Aires!  

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Tango Show Buenos Aires

[Updated on August 15 2014 ] Attending a tango show or concert is definitely a must-do activity if you are travelling to Buenos Aires. Born at the beginning of the 20th century, tango is both a danse and a music. Its tradition is still alive in Buenos Aires, with lots of young people learning and practicing it and excellent professionnal dansers and music bands.

 

Where to see a good tango show in Buenos Aires?

 

There are plenty of places in Buenos Aires to listen to a tango concert or watch a tango show. As always, there are some tourist traps as well as some hidden gems. We’ve tested and visited quite a few. Let us guide you to the best places to see a tango show in Buenos Aires.

 

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