July 4, 2016.
The audience experienced an exciting full-house evening with ‘Symphonic Argentina’, a tribute the University of Concepción Cultural Corporation and the Concepción Symphony Orchestra paid to well-known popular songs from our neighbor country, in symphonic garment.
This concert included Argentinian songs which have become icons in the last decades, in arrangements by the outstanding Chilean musician Rodrigo Tapia Salfate, who also conducted this concert.
’Symphonic Argentina’ included Una luna de miel en la mano by Virus; Canción para mi muerte by Sui Generis; Te vi en un tren by Enanitos Verdes; Sólo le pido a Dios by León Gieco; Es la vida que me alcanza by Celeste Carballo; No voy en tren by Charly García; Sobreviviendo by Víctor Heredia; Ya no hay forma de pedir perdón by Pedro Aznar (original song by Elton John); La calle es su lugar (Ana), by G.I.T.; Los libros de la buena memoria by Luis Alberto Spinetta (written when he was a member of Invisible); Llámame si me necesitas by Miguel Mateos (written when he was a member of Zas); Puerto Pollensa by Sandra Mihanovich (written by Marilina Ross); 11 y 6 by Fito Páez, and Persiana Americana by Soda Stereo.
The Concepción Symphony Orchestra was joined by the singers Feliciano Saldías (Cachano) and Ariana Riffo; Leonardo Guzmán in bass, Gipson Reyes in drums, Nicolás Vera in guitar, and Leo Morales (narrator).