January 22, 2016

’Vuelven los 80’s’ [‘The 80’s are back’], a symphonic tribute to the Chilean music of that decade, will be performed by the Concepción Symphony Orchestra on Friday, January 22, at 21:30 in the UdeC Forum, the closing night of the Summer School organized by the University of Concepción.

It’s a free show open to the whole community which was successfully performed last September – a journey through a number of outstanding national songs, true emblems of the 1980s.

Program:

Un café para Platón & El tiempo en las Bastillas by Fernando Ubiergo / La Tregua by Oscar Andrade / El baile de los que sobran & La voz de los 80 by Los Prisioneros / Quiero paz by Eduardo Gatti / Sube a nacer conmigo hermano by Los Jaivas / Sólo un sueño by Aterrizaje Forzoso / Creo que te quiero by Nadie / Hijo del sol luminoso by Joe Vasconcellos / Me enamoré de una soprano by Juan Antonio Labra / No se puede vivir sin amor by Síndrome / Esperando nacer by Pancho Puelma / Llueve sobre Valdivia by Schwenke y Nilo / Te tengo atrapada, Cajitas rectangulares & Un nuevo baile by Emociones Clandestinas.

Conductor and music arranger: Rodrigo Tapia Salfate / Singers: Feliciano Saldías (Cachano) & Francisco Aravena / Narrator: Leonardo Morales / Bass: Leonardo Guzmán / Drums: Pablo Soza / Guitar: Nicolás Vera.

The University of Concepción Cultural Corporation, Choir and Theater, as well as the Concepción Symphony Orchestra, will all resume their activities in March with the Young Talents Concert, a new Outreach Season, and the Cinema Mondays.