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Moris and Antonio Birabent add a new function at the Café Berlín

Argentine rock legend Moris and his son Antonio Birabent Tickets practically sold out. his show next Friday at the Café Berlínfrom the Buenos Aires neighborhood of Villa Devoto, so They added a new date for Saturday, September 17.

Although there were still some tickets left for the concert this Friday at 8:30 p.m., which will feature Litto Nebbia as a luxury guestthe great demand to see the show, in tune with the repercussions that this project has been having in all the scenarios in which it is presented, forced to add a function for September.

Father and son had faced in 2011 a joint album called family song and repeated the experience in 2020 with the last mountainwhich brought them back together on stage.

Moris, together with Antonio Birabent, in his presentation at the Kirchner Cultural Center, on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. With Litto Nebbia and Ricardo Mollo as guests.  Photo Courtesy CCK Press/Manuel Pose Varela

Moris, together with Antonio Birabent, in his presentation at the Kirchner Cultural Center, on Wednesday, September 8, 2021. With Litto Nebbia and Ricardo Mollo as guests. Photo Courtesy CCK Press/Manuel Pose Varela

Since then, both artists have offered several concerts in which, in addition to the shared work, they also sound classics from their respective careers.

That is how with an outstanding band directed by Lolo Micucciparade true wonders of Argentine rock, such as Bear, just yesterday Y Duck works in a butcher shopamong many.

Father and son on their latest album.

Father and son on their latest album.

This is what can be enjoyed at the shows at the Café Berlín, which promise a long list of songs, according to Birabent himself.

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At the same time, just these days Antonio makes public his facet of writing with the edition of Threerecently released by Malisia.

The stories in the book -89 in total- include other “characters”: his father, Moris, his mother, his son, Oliverio, 11 years old. And there is he, the author, Antonio, who asks himself many things and answers some, on the path of fatherhood, but also in that other facet that has marked his life, that of the son. “I am closer to my father than to my son,” he reflects, at 53 years old.

-How was the idea for this book born and what was the original idea that prompted you to write?

-It was born from necessity mixed with curiosity, which are two very powerful engines. And also the transmission: the words rained down on me and they weren’t words for songs, that’s when I realized there was something else. They were stories, which had another destiny. There appears the ideal of the book.

-Although it is not an autobiography, as you have said, Tres has a high dose of autobiographical components. Beyond something reflecting your own experience, what would you say gives a story its narrative potential?

-The greatest potential is that… it’s all true. Fabián Casas says something very nice on the back cover: that here is the force of life. Verbatim, he says: “The mental operation that one could steal from him: how to write without making literature, to write with the power of life.”

And this power has to do with what I’m telling you, that cataracts of words arrived that didn’t fit the shape of the songs. And then I began to fill notebooks, they were like dictations that came from the memories of the family, from the past that intersected with this present…

And on the other hand I have been “playing” with words for almost a whole life, in that sense it is a very close exercise, the act of writing.

CJL

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