Raquel Soto and Adelaida Loukota, at Of Free Expression

Raquel Soto, singing

In the space called Of Free Expression, Raquel Soto interpreted music from Shakira, Thalíla, Laura Pausini, Evanescence and Pandora, besides tap dancing.

Adelaida Loukota also participated in this space interpreting Todas las cartas de amor son ridículas, a poem by Alvaro de Campos, one of the heteronoms by Fernando Pessoa.  She also read Blue, from Jorge Teller; Cronopios y Famas  by Julio Cortazar.  The poems were accompanied by Marcelo Furlan’s guitar.

This session of Of Free Expression  was celebrated last Tuesday May 2nd 2006, at noon, at the Künstler Kaffee, as usual.

Of Free Expression  is called like that so that each one gives it the meaning he wants; for example:  Moment of free expression, Space of free expression or Place of free expression.

The goal is that UFM students have a place to show off; we have planned to celebrate Of Free Expression  every second Tuesday.  Next time we will have music, painting and poetry explained Marcelo Furlán, one of the promoters.

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