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!November 29th, 2015, 7 pm. MusicBox, Saint Lucia School of Music Concert Series (Saint Lucia island, West Indies)

!October 3rd, 2014, 7 pm. Music_For_A-Great_Space Concert Series. The ensemble presents its new piece, "The Other Side of My Heart": Stories of Latino Immigrant Women.

!March 7, 2013, 6:30 pm, Green Hill Art Gallery, Greensboro Cultural Center: Lorena Guillen Tango Duo (voice and piano). Free admission.

! Fri., Oct. 4, Reynola House (Winston-Salem, NC): Lorena Guillen shared an evening of improvisations with musicians of ForeCastMusic.

! Wed. Sept. 25, UNCG New Music Festival 2013: Lorena Guillen (soprano) with Red Clay Saxophone Quartet
! Sat., Sept. 14, Aycock Theater (Greensboro, NC): "An Evening with Maya Angelou": Original composition of A. Rutty based on poem "Insomniac", with Lorena Guillen (vocals), Antony Taylor (clarinet) and Alejandro Rutty (piano) !February 8, 2013, 8 pm: Lorena Guillen Tango Duo presentation at "Musical Soirees Among Friends," a new concert series in Durham (NC), located at the Meeting House of the Durham Friends, 404 Alexander Ave.

!February 9, 2013, 7 pm:  Lorena Guillen Tango Duo presentation in "Night of Art and Tango" in Casa Azul (205 Lyndon St., Greensboro), along the art exhibition and live demonstration of Fernanda Piamonti, and tango dancers Ezequiel Cazanetz and Fernanda Moreira.

!April 7, 2013, 7:30 pm: Lorena Guillen Tango Duo along with the string quartet of Jacqui Carrasco, Fabian Lopez, Scott Rawls and Alexander Ezerman in concert and post-concert talk at Wake Forest University, Brendel Hall. FREE

!April 13, 2013, 3:00 pm: Lorena Guillen Tango Duo with Jacqui Carrasco and Fabian Lopez, violins, and   
and tango dancers Ezequiel Cazanetz and Fernanda Moreira, demostrating and teaching basic tango steps. Come ready to dance! UNC-Greensboro, Campus Ministries Building. FREE

About "Lorena Guillén Tango Duo":

(Lorena Guillén, voice; Alejandro Rutty, piano)
 Argentine-born singer Lorena Guillén presents tango music as found in its natural environment, the "night clubs" of Buenos Aires, where one can hear a voice singing the standards of this sensual Argentine musical expression. Introducing each piece with informative and entertaining comments, Guillén guides the audience through a colorful gallery of archetypical tango characters and stories, what enhances their involvement and appreciation for this music. Argentine composer Alejandro Rutty accompanies with piano.
Since its inception, The Lorena Guillén Tango Duo has performed alone and with guest musicians in a variety of venues around the country: The Mary Seaton Ballroom at Kleinhans Hall (Buffalo, NY), the Amherst saxophone Quartet Concert Series (NY), the Calumet Arts Cafe (NY), Bennington College (VT), Hartwick College Summer Festival (NY), University of Maryland-College Park (MD), Reutgers University, (NJ), Frick Museum's Summer Concet Series (PE), Mallarmé Players Concert Series (Durham, NC), Elon University (NC), Music-For-A-Great-Space" Concert Series.
Searching for new sounds, the Lorena Guillén Tango Duo has collaborated with many renowned tango musicians such as bassist Pablo Aslán, guitar player Pancho Navarro, bandoneón players Tito Castro and David Alsina, and with versatile American players from other musical fields such as saxophonists Susan Fancher and Mark Engebretson, harpist Sonja Inglefield, the Amherst Saxophone Quartet and the Red Clay Saxophone Quartet. Several of these collaborations have converged into Guillén’s tango CD Never Too Tango.
Alejandro Rutty’s tango arrangements explore a diversity of colors, some of them associated with the traditional tango and other more adventurous instrumentations, but always treated with the typical tango inflections creating in this manner a new sound world that at the same time keeps the original flavor.

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Listen some pieces from our last show: