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La Belle Epoque candids

by Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower
January 10, 2003
La Belle Epoque
827 Broadway (12 St)
Please Note: This venue may be out of business.
New York, NY 10003

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La Belle Epoque Candids

827 Broadway, btw. 12th and 13th Sts. NYC, NY 212.924.1187

Host, Daniel Carpi

9:30 PM, $12 Free Lesson at 8 PM

Photos by Dr. Roberta E. Zlokower
January 10, 2003

On this night, the incredibly fantastic Tango Musicians, Composer, Fernando Otero, on piano, Nick Danielson (See Tango and NYC Ballet Interview), on violin, Pablo Aslan, on bass, and Hector del Curto, on bandoneon, (See Ziegler Review, Jazz Standard) performed at La Belle Epoque. They performed Otero's vibrant and dynamic, original pieces, plus Astor Piazzolla's Tango music, which is danceable, as well. For this Tanguera, who loves to dance to Piazzolla, it was an honor to witness such a rare musical event, which was then repeated the following Friday, January 17, at La Belle Epoque and at La Boca, January 14. Del Curto makes his bandoneon sing and cry, exquisite music for the audience. Otero is a brilliant and cutting edge composer, in total control of the keyboard. Aslan, well known in Tango circles, was at the top of his form, with rich, round sounds from his bass. Danielson is an extremely talented violinist, equally at home with either classical or Tango musicians and works. (Also see www.avantango.com for more on tango music.)

Guest Photographer: Mariela Franganillo

Hector del Curto, Bandoneon

Pablo Aslan, Bass

Fernando Otero, Piano

Hector del Curto


Nick Danielson, Violin, and Pablo Aslan

Fernando Otero

El Pibe and Friend

Roberta and El Pibe

Tioma and Jennifer

Juan is in town.


Frankie and Lexa

Nick Danielson, Pablo Aslan, Hector del Curto

Yaw and Mariela

Yaw and Roberta

Joe and Friend

Yaw and Daniel

Stefan and Beatriz

Jurgen's in town.

Mariela and Friend

Anna and Friend

Natalie at Leisure

Salsa Break

Frankie and Lexa


Jak and Friends

Deniz and Friend

Daniel Dances

Ney Dances

Vinny at Leisure

Fred at Leisure

Viviana's Beautiful Hair

Ania and Tioma




Natalie and Roberta are Caught

Salsa Star, Jose (El Canario) Alberto Stops By (See Copacabana Photo Essay of Jose Alberto's Orchestra) Look for Upcoming Interview with Jose Alberto "Conversations with Roberta"

Jose Alberto and Olga

Roberta, Jose Alberto, Olga

Kathleen Teaches Jose Alberto to Tango

They Dance

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