The Lensic Performing Arts Center offers an entertainment titled Te Amo, Argentina that it describes as “a multimedia celebration of the dance and music of Argentina that will take audiences on a journey from the Andes Mountains to Buenos Aires.” Be prepared for lots of photographic projections, animation, dramatically staged choreography (tango, ballet, and modern dance) from a pair of sultry hoofers, and live music (including plenty of Piazzolla) from a musical trio headed by cellist Antonio Lysy, at least some of it electronically altered or amplified. When Te Amo, Argentina was unveiled, in April 2012 in California, a reviewer characterized it as “a packaged show resembling what you might encounter in a nightclub, casino, or as entertainment in the first-class lounge on an Argentine cruise ship.” If that’s your cup of yerba maté, settle in at the Lensic at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 11. Tickets ($20 to $40) are available by calling 505-988-1234 and from www.ticketssantafe.org.
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