Ariel Ardit

Real name: Ariel Ardit
(15 May 1974 - )
Place of birth:
Córdoba Argentina

e was born in Córdoba, and when he was 8 years old he settled in Buenos Aires. He studied operatic singing. Now he is studying singing with professor Nino Falzetti.

In 1998 he began to sing tangos at the Boliche de Roberto (Roberto’s Place). He made his professional debut that same year accompanied by the guitar trio led by Norberto Pereyra (former sideman for Ariel Ramírez and Nelly Omar). The following year he joined the Orquesta El Arranque with which he made a tour of Europe.

As vocalist of that orchestra he toured Argentina and over 120 cities of Europe, Asia and America. He as well recorded 4 discs.

In the late 2002 he teamed up with the guitarist Hernán Reinaudo and they appeared at different places of the Federal Capital. The following year he joined the Recoleta Tango as vocalist, replacing Guillermo Fernández, and he shared the season alongside his idol Alberto Podestá.

In July 2004 he made his debut along with the Orquesta Nacional de Música Argentina «Juan de Dios Filiberto» conducted by Néstor Marconi at the Teatro Cervantes. In 2006 he again sang with that aggregation, this time under the conduction by Ramiro Gallo.

In 2006, now as soloist he appeared with Lidia Borda at a season at the Torquato Tasso. In April he began the recording of his first disc as soloist: Doble A, released by ACQUA Records, with guitars and string orchestra headed by Ramiro Gallo. Thereafter he made his first tour of Rome as soloist.

At the Cinema Festival of Mar del Plata (2007) he presented the disc Raras partituras under musical direction by Gallo in which he includes two numbers previously unreleased. That year he was summoned by Rodolfo Mederos to appear in the documentary film shot as homage to the bandoneon in which he interprets the tango “Se muere de amor”.

He appeared as guest artist of the Selección Nacional de Tango and in the orchestra led by Víctor Lavallén and the Rodolfo Mederos trio.

In December 2007 he launched his new repertoire and aggregation which includes Ramiro Gallo and Andrés Linetzky in the musical direction and arrangements. They appear at dancehalls and festivals and are about to release a new recording.