Hernán Frizzera

Real name: Frizzera, Hernán
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Place of birth:
Dirthdate: 20 February 1975.

t age twelve he began to study vocalization, furthering his studies of music and theater at the Conservatorio Ramos Mejía. He made his debut as soloist when he was very young and later he formed his own group with Héctor del Curto (bandoneon) and Amílcar Flores (piano).

At age 15 he was summoned by maestro Oscar Guerrisi to join the Cuarteto Tangos del 40. It was an eight-year tenure.

Years later he appeared in a great variety of venues. He appeared at the TV show “Grandes Valores del Tango” emceed by Silvio Soldán. He was onstage on several occasions at the Festival de Cosquín between 1995 and 1997.

He was one of the guest singers in the Orquesta de Buenos Aires for the Homage to Carlos Gardel held at the Teatro Astral on the 70th anniversary of his death.

With his friend and sponsor, Rubén Juárez, he sang at the Café Homero. He as well appeared at: Piazzolla Tango, Galería Güemes, along with Carlos Buono on bandoneon, Café Tortoni, Michelángelo, Confitería La Ideal, among others.

Furthermore he made a tour of Chile, appearing in Valparaíso, Santiago and Viña del Mar.

As guest artist of the Los Solistas de D’Arienzo orchestra he appeared at the Salón La Argentina, and also at the El Viejo Almacén.

In 2006 he was featured at the show “Viva el Tango” at the University of Ohio in the United States.

His early recordings were cut with the Tangos del 40 quartet, in 1993. In 2000, with the Sextet led by Celso Amato. And in 2002, with the Raúl Garello’s orchestra for the show “Troilo, el musical” at the Teatro Astral. His latest recording was in 2006 with the accompaniment by the Bartolomé Palermo Trio.