Concert-aperitif Yolanda Fresedo on 20 July 2022 in Le Bugue, on the banks of the Vézère at 6 pm.

Karol Beffa


The Argentinean soprano
Yolanda Fresedo studied singing at the National Conservatory of Buenos Aires of which she is a laureate. Based in Paris, she went through the Ecole Normale de Musique in the class of Inva Mula thanks to a grant by the Zaleski Foundation. She was awarded the prizes for lyric art and concert artist with the highest honours of the jury. She also got a grant from the Istituto Musicale Gaspare Spontini in Italy, and she studies with tenor Giorgio Merighi. Yolanda Fresedo performs regularly throughout Europe and in the Americas,at the International Kasseler Musiktagen in Germany, at the Miezyborowie Festival and at the Centrum Kultury Grodzisk Mazowiecki in Poland, the Paris Goethe Institut, Musicamparts Festival, the Volcadiva Festival and at the Massy Opera in France as well as at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires..



A tribute to the genius of the Maestro of modern Tango, Astor Piazzolla,who died just 30 years ago:
his music reaches a wide audience, creating a unique fusion style mixing Argentinian tango, jazz and classical music..
Classics such as 'Maria de Buenos Aires', 'Balada para un loco', 'Libertango' and
melody-rich pieces that are still relatively unknown.
With a gentle blend of
modern rhythms and melancholic sensuousness, we are drawn into the poetry of the great writers of Buenos Aires.


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Aperitif concert by Yolanda Fresedo on 20 July 2022, 6pm at Le Bugue on the banks of the Vézère, below the medical centre

Fallback to the Prehistory Interpretation Centre in Les Eyzies in case of bad weather

The musicians

Yolanda Fresedo, Soprano

Michaël Gneist, violon

Serge Amico, bandoneon

Daniel Campos, piano

Yolanda Fresedo

Le Bugue

Le Bugue is nestled downstream of the Vézère valley, so aptly named the "Valley of Mankind" for its UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This pretty little town is built like an amphitheatre on a rich hillside. The most important event in the history of Le Bugue was probably the decision by Philippe le Bel, King of France, to fix the market day on Tuesday and Saturday mornings in 1319. Closer in time, Le Bugue is the centre of gravity of the detective novels of Martin Walker, a British journalist and novelist.

Vezere banks

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From 20 to 29 July 2022, between Le Bugue, Les Eyzies and Saint Cyprien, the Festival covers from Bach to Piazzolla!

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