Time flies by here and the sheer quantity of concerts to see and things to do is overwhelming. I had 6 concert invitations for tonight. I'll be going to see Diego Schissi in the cute Cafe Vinilo. I've been doing lots of interviews and yesterday managed to meet Fernando Suarez-Paz, a tango violin king. I had so many questions in my mind I hardly knew what to ask, I would surely like to spend days talking to someone like him. He told me when Piazzolla first asked him to play in his quintet he didn't want to and so his wife pushed him to accept. They would do one gig a year in Buenos Aires with Piazzolla as his fan base was so small. He said if they did 2 nights in a row here there was nobody on the second night! Since the last post I've interviewed Pedro Pablo Pedroso, Leonardo Ferreyra , Javier Weintraub, Jose "Pepe" Colangelo (pianist of Troilo's orchestra), Sebastian Prusak, Pablo Agri, Cesar Rago, Fabian Bertero, Lucas Furno. I'm learning so much and at the same time not atall what I thought I would be learning! I've decided I will make a website first about tango violin as a book will take me years. its not easy to find information nor to meet everyone I would like here. Some violinists are just too busy to see me so I'll be coming back again for sure!. Here are a few photos.