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“Our songs keep talking about reality”

Teresa Parodi and Víctor Heredia for the first time will share the stage as exclusive protagonists in Your voice, my voice this Saturday 6 October at 9pm, at the Teatro Coliseum.


“Singing Victor has always been natural for me. For example, since, far away in my land, they called me their clear verses, their deep melodies that invited to dream about others, about their homeland and their unspeakable hope of freedom and blissful to come. Their singing songs, their flags songs, their sister songs, which are companions on the roads that brought us here”, starts with admiration Teresa Parodi talking about the songs of Victor Heredia, who for the first time will share the stage as exclusive protagonists in Your voice, my voice this Saturday 6 October at 9pm , at Teatro Coliseo. A meeting of two giants of Argentine popular music that marked with huge classics of the value of “Surviviving” or “Esa musicita”, among many others, to the song book of a continent. But it will not be the remnant show of the “guest artist”, but each artist will take songs from the other and revert them in their style. “There is a rumor of bathing and whistling of birds and river in Teresa's songs. I humm them and the whole landscape of Correntino hugs me. Peoples, people, hard jobs, humble and serene faces that express their hope, their pain, their little and family joys,” says Heredia enthusiastically who does not rule out a live record, tour or new themes together in the future.“What pride, what honor to play those paintings that are his poems, his music. This thing that will happen to me when I sing them will be a longed privilege. Hopefully I can make the stature”, humbly finished Heredia, a writer as well as a musician, who has celebrated his 50 years of career with the double “50 en flight”, an anthology with guests from Joan Manuel Serrat to Axel. “Beautiful task for me, to sing Heredia's songs in this winding time of solitude but also of fighting for a better possible world, which we will never have to give up”, ends Parodi, former Minister of Culture of the Nation, whose latest work “Everything I have” takes texts by  Maria Elena Walsh, Jorge Luis Borges, Miguel Hernandez and Julio Cortázar. 

Publication Date: 08/10/2018

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