We'll learn about the Argentinian "asado" in June on Tango with Cally, 6/29 @ 10p
Known for its gauchos and famous meats, the "asado," is both the name of Argentina's national dish and a style of roasting or barbequing, and is an important part of Argentinian culture. Cally's guest Mauro Peralta will tell us more.
6/1 Cally’s Top 15 Cally shares 15 of her favorite tangos in a countdown.
6/8 Gisèle Ben-Dor and Juanjo Mosalini Together with bandoneonist Juanjo Mosalini, conductor Gisèle Ben-Dor has just released a new album to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Piazzolla’s birth. Host Cally Banham will feature selections from Piazzolla Cien Años on the show this week, including the Aconcagua Concerto and Libertango.
6/15 The Drama of Ada Falcón The story of the tragic love affair between Ada Falcón and Francisco Canaro, featuring their marvelous recordings. Mezzo-soprano Ada Falcón, one of the brightest Tango film and recording stars in history, abruptly withdrew from public life at the height of her career. Host Cally Banham shares Ada’s recordings along with the story of her tragic romance with Francisco Canaro and her shocking disappearance.
6/22 All in the Family The music of father and son Tango violinists, Antonio and Pablo Agri. Both prolific recording artists, they exist between the worlds of classical music and tango.
6/29 Storytelling and Stravinsky Guest Mauro Peralta describes the traditional Argentine celebration called "asado." And we hear the Tango movement from L'Histoire du soldat.