Dr. Faye Bendrups: selected original works related to Tango or Latin America

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tango Performance Research Projects

 

2014 Tango Revolucionario: Astor Piazzolla (co-writer/performer), Melbourne
 

2012 Argentine Social History in Sight and Sound (writer/performer), Melbourne
 

2011 Tango Tangents (writer/performer), Melbourne
 

2010 Cancionero América Latina (composer), Melbourne
 

2009 Milonga Plural (writer/performer), Canberra
 

2003-2004 Takes Who to Tango (director), London, Barcelona, Basel
 

2003 Shades of Tango (writer/composer), Melbourne, Buenos Aires
 

2002 Perpetual Tango (writer/performer), Melbourne
 

2001 Takes Who to Tango (director), Buenos Aires
 

2001 Versos Tomados (director/performer), Buenos Aires
 

2000-2001 Sindromtango: una ópera grotesca (writer/composer), Melbourne, Buenos Aires
 

2000 Tango Oscuro (writer/performer), Melbourne
 

1999 From Berlin to Buenos Aires (writer/performer), Melbourne

 

 

Publications

 

          Book Chapters

 

2007 “Cultural Production Buenos Aires 2001: the Praxis and the Practical” in Argentine Cultural Production during the Neoliberal Years (1989-2001), New York: Edwin Mellen Press

http://www.mellenpress.com/mellenpress.cfm?bookid=7130&pc=9
 

2004 “Talking in Tango Tongues” (with Anad) in Studies in Contrastive Linguistics, Galicia: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela Publicacions
 

2004 “The Tango Space of Buenos Aires: Beyond the Physical” in The Space of Culture: Critical Readings in Hispanic Studies, Newark: University of Delaware Press
 

          Online

 

2002 “Surviving Argentina’s Recession” Sydney: The Diplomat, www.the-diplomat.com
 

1999 “Tango: Conversations with the Old Guard while Searching for the New” The Digital Bookshelf, Melbourne: La Trobe University www.his.latrobe.edu.au/histres/digbook/digbook.html
 

          Articles

 

2005 “Social Tourism: A New Way of Seeing Latin America” Melbourne: Fiesta
 

2004 “The Trail of Ginastera” Melbourne: Fiesta
 

2003 “Hispanismo Matters” Melbourne: Fiesta
 

2002 “Surviving Argentina’s Recession” Sydney: The Diplomat
 

2002 “New Argentine Tango: Breaking Taboos” Melbourne: Fiesta

 

 

Compositions

 

2012 (Song Cycle) Songs for Clea
 

2010 (Song Cycle) Cancionero América Latina
 

2005 (Song Cycle) Cancionero Neruda
 

2003 (Music Theatre) Shades of Tango
 

2000 (Opera) Sindromtango: una ópera grotesca
 

 

Miscellaneous Tango songs written for theatre productions

 

2014 'Here I Am' milonga in Habitual Criminal, La Mama
 

2013 ‘Garúas perdidas’ in Versos Tomados
 

2013 'The Here-Today and Gone-Tomorrow Tango' in Virginia and Some of Her Friends, La Mama
 

2013 'Gypsy Rose' in Lost in Ringwood, La Mama
 

2012 'Dream Poems: 6' in Book of Revelations, La Mama
 

2011 'Song of Marriage' in Dimboola
 

2011 'Alone' in Tango Tangents, La Mama, Big West Festival
 

2010 'Song of Squizzy Taylor' in Squizzy, Trades Hall Ballroom
 

2002 'La Esperanza' from El gaucho Martín Fierro text, in Perpetual Tango, 45 Downstairs
 

2001 'Tango' arr. of Ricardo Güiraldes poem, in Sindromtango, Mission to Seamen

 

 

Public Lectures, Seminars, Conferences

 

2014 “Tango Argentino: Narration of a Nation”, ANCLAS public lecture series, Australian National University
https://vimeo.com/94938772

 

2010 "Visualising Tango: the Murals of Buenos Aires", 'Independence: Two Centuries of Struggle', 9th AILASA conference, Australian National University
 

2009 “Tango Iconography: Depicting Argentine Social History”, ANCLAS public lecture series, Australian National University
 

2008 “Salvaging Business: Empresas Recuperadas in Argentina (Do Worker-Managed Enterprises have a Future?)”, ANCLAS public lecture series, Australian National University
 

2008 “Projecting new Social Movements in Argentina”, ANCLAS public lecture series, Australian National University
 

2008 “Screening Voice of Human Rights in Argentina”, ‘Remapping Cinema, Remaking History’ Film and History Association of Australia and New Zealand (FHAANZ) conference, University of Otago
 

2008 “Tango: a Universal Argentine Genre” (with Anad), ‘Making Connections in Music Research’, School of Music Symposium, Australian National University
 

2008 “Tango and Perón”, ‘The Popular in Spain, Portugal and Latin America’ 8th International Conference, Association of Iberian and Latin American Studies of Australasia, Monash University
 

2006 “Performing Argentina: Playing out Real Imagined Worlds”, ‘Hyperworld: Language, Culture and History’ 7th International Conference, Association of Iberian and Latin American Studies of Australasia, University of Technology, Sydney
 

2004 “Tango Lingo: Reading Argentina with Tango” (with Anad), by invitation of Dr Omar García Obregón, Queen’s College, University of London
 

2004 “The Built Environment of Buenos Aires: public art, graffiti and pamphleteering”, ‘South 1: The Gathering’: The South Project International Conference, Melbourne
 

2004 “Tango: Virility and Violence”, ‘Masculinities in Hispanic Cultures’ symposium, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics (Hispanic Studies), Monash University
 

2004 “Shades of Tango: Researching Performance and Performing Research”, ‘Contact, Communication and Creation’ 6th International Conference, Association of Iberian and Latin American Studies of Australasia, Flinders University
 

2003 “Los Desaparecidos de Argentina: la presencia de los ausentes” (with Anad), by invitation of Dr Susan Ballyn, Executive Director, Australian Studies Centre, Departamento de Filologia Anglesa i Alemanya, Facultat de Filologia, Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
 

2003 “Talking in Tango Tongues” (with Anad), 3rd International Contrastive Linguistics Conference, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain
 

2003 “Takes Who to Tango?: an experience in location, identity and transformation” (with Anad), ‘Poetics of Exile’ conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand
 

2002 “Argentina and Tango: Misnomers of Nationness” (with Anad), ‘National Narratives and Identities in a Global World: the Case of Latin America’ conference, Institute of Latin-American Studies, La Trobe University
 

2002 “The Tango Space of Buenos Aires: Beyond the Physical”, ‘Revisions and Inversions’ symposium, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics (Hispanic Studies), Monash University
 

2002 “La Argentina actual: contemporary sociopolitical events in Argentina” (with Anad), School of Languages and Linguistics, Griffith University, Brisbane
 

2002 “The Voice of the People: the Writing’s on the Wall, Argentina” (with Anad), School of Languages and Linguistics, Griffith University, Brisbane
 

2002 “Tango Anthropology: excavating the past and sifting through the present in Argentina” (with Anad), Institute of Latin American Studies, La Trobe University
 

2002 “Cinetango: Tango and Argentine Cinema” (with Anad), Cinemedia, for Melbourne Filmoteca
 

2001 “Sindromtango: an Intercultural Experiment”, by invitation of Adolfo Reisín, Seminario de las Artes y los Derechos Humanos, Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina
 

2000 “Tango: Denial and Impotence”, Institute of Latin American Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne
 

2000 “Tango: an Historical Overview”, School of Spanish, University of Melbourne
 

2000 “Sindromtango: an Experiment in Experiential Learning”, ‘Violence, Memory and National Reconciliation’ conference, Institute of Latin American Studies, La Trobe University, Melbourne
 

2000 “Argentine Cultural Expressions: Globalization and Representation”, ‘Globalization and the Luso-Hispanic World’ conference, University of New South Wales, Sydney
 

1999 “Tango: Conversations with the Old Guard while Searching for the New”, ‘Latin America, Spain and Portugal; Old and New Visions’, 4th International Conference, Association of Iberian and Latin American Studies of Australasia, La Trobe University

 

1999 “Tango Argentino: a Short History”, School of Spanish, La Trobe University
 

 

Recordings

 

2015 Lunfardo
 

2014 Fracanapa
 

2012 Todo Buenos Aires
 

See also
https://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/tangomundo/id848835724

       

 

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