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Real name: Novaro, Gabriela
(4 September - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina
ARTISTS IN THIS ARTICLE
Jorge Luis Borges
he started her music studies at an early age with renowned singing teachers and graduated as piano professor.
Her first approach to popular music is through jazz, a genre in which she carries out a wide professional activity, joining aggregations with outstanding musicians of the milieu.
As a result of those previous stages her present style allows her to interpret our city music with a rich palette of resources, full of musicality and finesse.
She has appeared at the Teatro General San Martín, Centro Cultural de la Cooperación, Teatro Roma de Avellaneda, Academia Porteña del Lunfardo, Fundación
Jorge Luis Borges
, Auditorio de Radio Nacional, Auditorio YMCA, Café Homero, Taconeando, Almatango, Esquina
, among other venues.
In December 2004 she was awarded the Mención de Honor for her performance at the singing contest Andá a Cantarle a Gardel, organized by the Municipalidad de Buenos Aires, Radio La 2x4, Asociación Proyecto Tango and Academia Porteña del Lunfardo.
In June 2005 she released her first recording: Otra Historia which includes unpublished tangos by contemporary composers and traditional scarcely known tangos or waltzes and candombes.
In 2006 she appeared at the Ciclo Tango 06 at the Centro Cultural General San Martín and at the Ciclo Tangos Siglo XXI in YMCA where she premiered seven new tangos. She also appeared at a series of concerts organized by the Secretaría de Cultura of Avellaneda at the Teatro Roma of that city.
In November 2007 she turned out the winner as female vocal soloist (Solista Vocal Femenina) at the San Isidro location of the Pre-Cosquín 2008.
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