Pianist Polly Ferman in Concert with Binelli Ferman Duo and Binelli
Ferman Isaac Trio in Washington DC and New York on November 25 and 29
Internationally acclaimed Uruguayan-American pianist Polly Ferman will
be in concert in combination with bandoneonist Daniel Binelli and guitarist
Eduardo Isaac in two upcoming concerts:
Saturday, November 25 - 8PM the Binelli-Ferman Duo at the Embassy of the
Republic of Argentina, 1600 New Hampshire Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.
as part of their Embassy Series. They will present a concert of tango,
milonga, candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in the rarely
heard bandoneon/piano partnership.
Tickets for the November 25 concert are $60. For more information or
phone ticket sales, call (202) 625-2361. For more information, visit
Wednesday, November 29- 8 PM at Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Center,
129 W. 67th Street in Manhattan, the Binelli-Ferman-Isaac Trio will
present a concert of works by Piazzolla, Mariano Mores, Daniel Binelli,
Carlos Aguirre and Nestor Marconi to launch the CD New Tango Vision.
Tickets for the November 29 concert are $25, with discounts for
students and seniors. To order tickets online, please visit
http://www.kaufman-center.org/tc/0607/ntv_112906.php. For more information,
please call Merkin at (212) 501 3330 visit http://www.kaufman-center.org/.
Polly Ferman is one of the world's leading interpreters of the music
of the Americas, and has captivated international audiences with her
illuminating performances. Her mastery of this literature prompted The
Japan Times to recognize her as a 'Musical Ambassador of the Americas.'
You can find much more about her at http://www.pollyferman.net.
She is also director of New York-based Pan American Musical
Art Research (PAMAR), which was established in 1984 to present a
broader Pan American overview of music and dance. More about PAMAR at
http://www.pamar.org/home/default.asp. Ms. Ferman and PAMAR worked
with more than two dozen major venues and organizations in New York City,
including The Americas Society, Christies, Steinway & Sons, World Music
Institute, Symphony Space, El Museo del Barrio, several Latin American
national consulates, galleries, art museums and many others, to present
the first annual Latin American Cultural Week in November 2006. More
about this at http://www.pamar.org/lacwnyc/default.asp.
The Binelli-Ferman Duo continues to develop and further the appreciation
of tango, milonga, candombe, and other Latin American musical forms in
a rarely heard bandoneon/piano partnership. Their performances reflect
the elegance and the subtlety of the Tango, the sauciness of the Milonga,
the romance of the Waltz and the temperament and power of the contemporary
Tango. Much more about the Duo at http://www.binelli-ferman.com.
The third member of the Binelli-Ferman-Isaac Trio is Eduardo Isaac, a
guitarist who honors the tradition of his instrument on the Rio de la
Plata and whose interpretative excellence is met with great admiration
from specialized critics. Considered one of a select group of new
generation guitarists, he is often featured at major international
For more information about Polly Ferman, please contact Jeffrey James
Arts consulting at 516-586-3433 or [log in to unmask]
Jeffrey James Arts Consulting