Spanish Poetry and Music
1989 - "De Arabescos y Cantares"
Music and dance show. Teatro Espacios.
Graciela Ríos Saiz y Sibila (dance). Marta Blanco (mezzosoprano), Agustín Hellín (flemish guitar)
and the Ensemble “De Romances y Cantares”. Coreography: Graciela Ríos Saiz.
Idea and regie: Eduardo Cogorno. Sponsored by the Spanish Embassy – Cultural Office.

1990/1993- "Ceremonia de Caminantes (ceremonia poético-musical)"
Teatro La Capilla, en la capilla del Museo Isaac Fernández Blanco y La Scala de San Telmo.
María Heguiz
(actress), Eduardo Cogorno (baritoneo), Jorge Biscardi (guitar), Gabriel Soriano and Sergio Bergoglio (flutes).
Idea and regie: Eduardo Cogorno. Sponsored by the Spanish Embassy – Cultural Office.
1996/1997- "Rapsodia Española (A classical musical)"
Music and dance show. La Scala de San Telmo, Promúsica de Chacabuco, Museo Larreta,
Auditorio Universidad de San Luis, Auditorio Dr. Juan Llerena de Villa Mercedes, Tercer Festival Musical Llao-Llao,
Clásica y Moderna, Mozarteum Argentino (Pringles) y Casa de España (Córdoba).

Graciela Ríos Saiz
(dance), Eduardo Cogorno (baritone) and Fernando Pérez (piano).
Scenery and lights: Margarita Hnilo - Costumes by Graciela Ríos Saiz and Ricardo de Garay.
Idea and regie: Eduardo Cogorno.
Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy and Les Amis d' Argentina (Antonia Mercé), Paris, France.

This show finds its inspiration in great composers of Spanish music Soler, Albéniz, Granados, Falla,
Turina and their followers Toldrá, Obradors and Rodrigo, in García Lorca as a compiler of popular melodies
and in Antonia Mercé "La Argentina", creator of Spanish classical dance .
1996/1997- "El retablo de Manuel y Federico (A tribute to Manuel De Falla and Federico García Lorca)"
La Scala de San Telmo. Nominated for ACE prices (Asociación de Cronistas del Espectáculo).
Graciela Rios Saiz (dance), Eduardo Cogorno (baritone) and Marcela Fiorillo (piano)
Coreography and costumes: Graciela Rios Saiz - Puppets: Alejandra Farley - Lights: Margarita Hnilo
Scenery: José Neira - Sound track: Sergio Daniel Schmilovich - Idea and staging: Eduardo Cogorno.
Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy and the Argentine Insitute of Hispanic Culture “Manuel de Falla”.
Inspired in the meeting between Federico García Lorca and Manuel de Falla in Granada (1920) and the friendship
between these creators of the highest artistic expression of the Spanish Twentieth Century.
Pieces by Manuel de Falla, Claude Debussy, Maurice Ravel and texts by Cervantes, García Lorca and Machado
.
2000/2001- "De Romances y Cantares (Five centuries of Spanish music)"
Marcela Fiorillo (piano) and the Ensemble “De Romaces y Cantares”.
A musical tour that stars with medieval poems and moves though Renaissance, Sephardic and folklore songs,
pieces by Father Soler, Albéniz, Falla, Obradors, Toldrá, Ibáñez and García Lorca.

Scenery: Fabián Mecle - Idea and staging: Eduardo Cogorno
Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy.
2002- "Un retablo español (Five centuries of romance and songs)"
Marcela Fiorillo (piano) and the Ensemble “De Romaces y Cantares”.
Lights: Horacio Fernández - Idea and staging: Eduardo Cogorno.
Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy.
Like the altarpieces in churches, that tell us stories by juxtaposing images, this show travel through Spanish music and
poetry of all times, telling us about different times, characters, landscapes and customs that make up the history of Spain.
The repertoire includes medieval poems, Renaissance, Sephardic and folklore songs,
pieces by Sor, Albéniz, Falla, Granados, Obradors, Toldrá, Rodrigo, García Lorca and Paco Ibáñez.
2003/2005- "Los colores de Lorca (guitar, love and death)"
By Eduardo Cogorno, inspired in the life and work of Federico García Lorca (1898-1936). La Scala de San Telmo.
Eduardo Cogorno
(baritone), Maricel Villamonte and Eugenia Fuente (mezzosopranos), Luis Ramírez / Julián Galván / Iván Keim (dancers), Omar Cyrulnik / Federico Ahumada and Jorge Biscardi (guitars), Sergio Bergoglio (flutes).
Coreography: Sofía Martín - Masks: Gustavo Maschi - Puppets: Alejandra Farley - Graphic design: Estela Caponi
Assistant: María Alejandra Soto - Lights and assistant regie: Margarita Hnilo.
Idea, dramatic structure, scenery and regie: Eduardo Cogorno.
Sponsored by the Cultural Office of the Spanish Embassy.
Federico García Lorca painet the world before his eyes, using images instead of brushes. He conceived his poems as real paintings, full of bright colours. The guitar, life and death are the three beloved muses that give him pain and joy. He lives here and he lives in me. With him I have painted the land in light, the houses in white, the skies in blue… I have made a collage of poems and texts by Federico García Lorca and a selection of songs that, in four scenes (Seas and mirrors, Guitar, Love and Death), try to bring us closer to the great poet from Granada. Music by García Lorca, Falla, Turina, Albéniz, Paco Ibáñez and Gismonti.
2006/2009 - "Los hondos caminos de la guitarra (Life, passion and death of Federico García Lorca)"
Museo Histórico Sarmiento, Colegio Público de Abogados,
Casa de Cultura del Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Auditorio UCEMA and Colegio de Escribanos.

Poetic-musical r ecital by the ensemble "De Romances y Cantares” on the 70th anniversary of the assassination
of the great poet from Granada (1898-1936). ). Idea and regie: Eduardo Cogorno
Pieces by Federico García Lorca, Isaac Albéniz, Manuel de Falla, Paco Ibáñez, Agustín Barrios,
Manolo Díaz, Eduardo Cogorno, Jaime Soto, Egberto Gismonti and popular anonymous songs.
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