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For all you jazz-junkies out there, Christmas has come early, the legendary Buenos Aires Jazz Festival is back and bigger than ever. Starting this Wednesday, November 23rd, jazz will be spilling out into the streets in abundance all around the

Cameroonian singer-songwriter and bassist Richard Bona will be hitting Buenos Aires along with jazz quintet Mandekan Cubano as part of their current South American Tour.

Boda’s music has been described as a mix of influences, namely jazz, pop,

For those of you in school: Congratulations! You survived the first half of the year. For the rest of you, hey it’s the weekend! Whether or not you actually passed your parciales or made any of your deadlines this week,

If you’re looking for a break from this Tango dominated city, swing on over to the Notorious this Thursday to see the Jorge Anders Jazz Orchestra. The orchestra’s sound is based on the stylings of great American jazz composer …

It’s finally here! The magical four-day weekend we’ve all been waiting for. If you’re not off gallivanting somewhere outside the city limits, there is plenty to do around town to celebrate your extra time off.

Friday 17th

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MASTERCLASS: Unleash your

Last year 90,000 spectators enjoyed the one hundred performances by 400 musicians in six different venues at the Buenos Aires Jazz Festival. As of last night, opened by New York artist, Peter Bernstein, in the Usina del Arte, we …

Jazz trumpeter Michael Sarian returned to his Porteño homeland (well, basically his homeland — he moved here when he was 1) for an Argentine tour ahead of the official release date of new and exciting album, “The Escape Suite,” created …