Potpourrí violento. Y muy pronto fue demasiado tarde. Desde Kurt Weill un viaje en nueve estaciones, (Violent Potpourri. And Very Soon Was Too Late. From Kurt Weill: A Trip In Nine Stops), directed by Alejandra Alzaibar and Alejandro Tantanian, Espacio Callejón, 1993
Kurt Weill. Berlín. Postales en sombra, (Kurt Weill. Berlin. Shade Postcards), with the pianist Aníbal Colli, presentations in different venues from Buenos Aires between the years 1994 and 1999.
Proyecto Brecht; (Brecht Project); premiered in November, 1999 as a coproduction between Teatro San Martín and Babilonia under Alejandro Tantanian’s general coordination. Several artists were invited to participate with different “sketches” based on Bertolt Brecht’s works. Some of them were: Javier Daulte, Luciano Suardi, Rubén Szuchmacher, Rafael Spregelburd, Marcelo Bertuccio y Laura Yusem; Teatro Babilonia, Buenos Aires; 1999/2000.
Kurt Weill / Bertolt Brecht accompanied in piano by Jacques Bouniard; Festival Mousson d'Eté, Pont a Mousson, France, August 2002.
de lágrimas (tears songs) with arrangements and musical direction by Pablo Bronzini and Miguel Rausch; presentations in different venues from Buenos Aires, invited to several international festivals and offered a tour in the UK; 2002/2006.
Presents in the festival Á scène ouverte (Reims, France) his musical show with songs of Kurt Weill & Bertolt Brecht and his Tango Evening with Pablo Bronzini (piano), December 2002.
de protesta, (protest songs), Sala Casacuberta, Teatro San Martín, Buenos Aires, January 2004.
de noche, (night songs), show that closes his trilogy begun with de lágrimas (2002) and de protesta (2004); first collaboration with Diego Penelas who is responsible for the arrangements and the musical direction of the show, presentations in different venues from Buenos Aires and several international festivals ; 2008/2009.
Viaje de invierno, (A Winter Journey), musical evening by Alejandro Tantanian & Diego Penelas, Teatro Metropolitan, Buenos Aires, 2010.
Liederliche Lieder, (Dissolute Songs), musical evening with Joe Völker (piano), Nationaltheater Mannheim, Germany, February 2012.
Las canciones (The Songs) a new musical evening in collaboration with Diego Penelas, Clásica y Moderna, Buenos Aires, October 6th, 2013.