By Oscar Zucchi
The last of the great Rosario bandoneon players of the forties passed away in Alberdi, the neighborhood where he was born, after having struggled against a cruel incurable illness. Along with Julio Ah
His connection with tango began in the 90s and he is regarded as one of the most outstanding figures of his generation. His voice range is tenor-like, his expressiveness, his correct intonation, and h...
By Siliva Nieves
He was born in the Patagonia, in the city of Comodoro Rivadavia (province of Chubut) and is son of Gerardo José Luis Marmo and Estela Maria, both born in Italy.
His brother Miguel taught him the fi...
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By José Pedro Aresi
To be coherent with myself, I pretend to photograph a postcard of my days as a kid and that, in a way, has to do with that which yesterdays we did outside our home. When I recall it, everything has yo
By Martín F. Lemos
Musician, pianist, theater musical director and composer
(20 May 1882 – 5 August 1969)
Complete name: Bernardino Terés Díaz
He was born in Funes, Navarra, Spain. He arrived in our country in 1909