The title of my review sums it up... Shows here for the 'big names' can be very expensive (and on more than one occasion one of these 'big names' for which tickets were expensive could be seen free of charge at another nearby venue such as the excellent Casa del Bicentenario on Riobamba), and if tickets seem more reasonably priced then it's likely that the performer ain't gonna be up to much! (This has certainly been mine and my friends' experience.) It's necessary to buy food (to a minimum price) while listening to the music (for which you've already paid for a ticket...) and we have never had anything decent to eat here. The food is really poor. You can steer clear of this place and listen to great music, very often for free, nearby. For example, check the websites for the aforementioned Casa del Bicentenario, and also places such as the AMIA, the Facultad de Derecho (which has free concerts on Saturdays), the Centro Cutural Recoleta, and there are also joints such as the Torquato Tasso, the Thelonious on Salguero, and La Forja in Flores (Calle Bacacay -- strangely this excellent venue doesn't seem to have an entry on Trip Advisor). There are literally hundreds of places to listen to great music in Buenos Aires while in some of them also eating decent, reasonably-priced nosh. Clasica y Moderna just ain't one of them!
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