Martina travels with her mother to Villa Mercedes, the city where their relatives live. After twelve years of absence, she meets with her cousins, whom she has not seen since childhood. Their mothers have a distant relationship due to problems in the family business. The youngsters in the family...
There will be a preview of the Argentine Festival at the Embassy of Argentina on Friday, April 12, with an exhibition commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Festival, as well as a presentation of the artists that will perform at the Festival at the Thomas Jefferson Theater on Saturday, May 13...
Works by Mozart, Verdi, Massenet, Saint Saëns, Donizetti, Guastavino, Ginastera, Piazzola and Parra. With Maria Luisa Merino Ronda (mezzo-soprano), Gustavo Ahualli (baritone), and Susana Frangi (piano). Reception after the concert.
Wednesday, May 10, 2017
at 6:30 PM
In its third season, Piano Jazz at the Arts Club will resent Argentine pianist Fernando Otero. A GRAMMY®-winning Argentine composer, pianist and vocalist based in New York City. He works with diverse collaborators including Paquito D'Rivera, the Kronos Quartet, Quincy Jones, and Eddie Gómez —who...
Joint Statement by President Donald Trump and President Mauricio Macri
Joint statement by President Mauricio Macri and President Donald Trump after their meeting at The White House.
September 5 1975 is remembered as the last concert of the duo Sui Generis. Charly Garcia and Nito Mestre performed that night at Luna Park (Buenos Aires, Argentina) in front of 30,000 people, defining an era in Spanish-speaking music. More than 40 years later, Nito Mestre wants to remember that...
The Chief of Cabinet of Ministers of Argentina, Marcos Peña, met with representatives of the Argentine community in Washignton, DC.
Argentina-U.S. Bilateral Relations: Official Work Meeting
Presidents Macri and Trump will meet in Washington on Thursday, April 27.
Argentina at a turning point: An address by President Mauricio Macri
Global Leaders Forum. Center for Strategic & International Studies.
This year Washington, DC Film Festival will present 80 films from 45 countries. Argentina will present the thriller At the End of the Tunnel by Rodrigo Grande.
About the film
Alone in a sprawling, ramshackle house and confined to a wheelchair, Joaquín (Leonardo Sbaraglia) passes his days in the...