"Fuelle", Tribute of Aníbal Troilo

The new sculpture donated by The Argentine Tango Society was inaugurated on National Tango Day.

The event was presented by the newscaster Osmar Spanu, in the presence of Gabriel Soria, President of the National Tango Academy, the grandson of Zita Troilo, Francisco Torné, the sculptor Daniel Brandimarte and the Maestros Julio Pane and José Colángelo. City council members were also present. The sculpture is part of the long tradition of affection and recognition that the figure of Aníbal Carmelo Troilo, the greatest bandoneon of Buenos Aires, arouses.



 
 

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A new sculpture of Aníbal Troilo will be unveiled on National Tango Day

On Friday December 11th , the National Tango Day a new sculpture will be unveiled to commemorate Anibal Troilo, a.k.a Pichuco at the Paseo Aníbal Troilo, located in Diagonal Norte St., in the heart of Buenos Aires, by the Obelisk.

On the day of the birth of Carlos Gardel and Julio de Caro, the sculpture donated by The Argentine Tango Society to the City of Buenos Aires and designed by the renowned plastic artist Daniel Brandimarte will be unveiled.

This initiative has had the endorsement of the Aníbal Troilo Centennial, the Pichuco family, the National Tango Academy and a committee of notables made up of well known cultural personalities.

The event will be presented by the newscaster Osmar Spanu, in the presence of Gabriel Soria, President of the National Tango Academy, the grandson of Zita Troilo, Francisco Torné, the sculptor Daniel Brandimarte and the builder Juan Lepes. And the Maestros Julio Pane and José Colángelo. City council members will also be present.

The sculpture is entitled “Fuelle” and is part of the long tradition of affection and recognition that the figure of Aníbal Carmelo Troilo, the greatest bandoneon of Buenos Aires, arouses.

Friday , December 11th, at 11:30am / Diagonal Norte St. between Suipacha St and Carlos Pellegrini St., by the Obelisk.

 
 
 
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