My Latin Heart

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Riverside Theatres presents

My Latin Heart


Riverside Theatre


18 March 2016

José Carbó with Slava and Leonard Grigoryan

A celebration of Latin passion and beautiful music.

Australia’s premier baritone José Carbó and guitarists Slava and Leonard Grigoryan showcase some of Argentina’s most beautiful and popular songs taught to José by his grandfather. This fabulously popular programme includes Lara’s Granada, Piazzolla’s Ave Maria and Oblivion and tangos such as CaminitoMi Buenos Aires Querido and Adiós.

Nominated for the ARIA Classical Record of the Year, the My Latin Heart album shot straight to the No. 1 position on the Limelight Classical Music Charts upon release.

Don’t miss the opportunity to experience the intense passion of Buenos Aires, in a spectacular evening of music and song.


Carbó received a series of “Bravo” calls after each song and rightfully so…Piazzolla’s ‘Oblivion’ and ‘Los pajaros perdidos’ were welcomed with a roaring crowd… ‘Ave Maria’ was followed by a standing ovation…My Latin Heart takes the crowd on a magical journey…A real delight to absorb.” – My Latin Heart Review – City Recital Hall, Sydney (2015)

Image Credit: Simon Shiff

Download a PDF version of the My Latin Heart program here: My Latin Heart Program

Download a Word version of the My Latin Heart program here: My Latin Heart Program

Dates & Times:
Friday 18 March 8pm


Ticket Options

Sidekicks Adult $42
Sidekicks Concession $38
Sidekicks 30 & Under $29
Adult $49
Concession $44
30 & Under $35
Groups 10+ $44
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30


Approximately 1 hour 50 minutes (Including interval)

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