El Sonido Del Bandonéon

In a packed Tuschinski filmtheatre musician and teacher Daniel Vedia and Fabrizio Aramayio, one of his talented pupils, gave a little live concert after their filmscreening at IDFA festival 2011. Present at this screening were also princess Maxima and crown prince Willem-Alexander of Orange. Both Argentinians were a major part of the documentary film : ”El Sonido del Bandonéon” made by Jiska Rickels.

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Daniel was awarded with a financial contribution to help continue his work as a fervent teacher to those who cannot afford to buy a bandonéon, as their instrument – so the film’s  narration tells us in stunning visual and musical scenes – has become scarce in the country that created the melancholic heart of the tango after the instrument had been imported from Europe in the early 20th century.

Categorised as Film

By Aleph

Studied Film Direction, Camera, Photography and Languages in The Netherlands and Belgium. Became a multilingual journalist and writer with a pen and camera in 2001 and traveled. Wrote and writes for various international magazines and newspapers. Runs a studio for video production in Amsterdam with his partner. Loves the long and heavy click of an old analog SLR camera, the intensity of conducting face to face interviews and tonic on a terrace in Paris. Initiated CULTJA in 2011.

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