Claudio Ferrer

Real name: Crescente, Claudio
(5 November 1962 - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

e was born in Buenos Aires city and studied vocal techniques with the teachers Juan Carlos Capella and Nicolás Amato and furthered them with Héctor De Rosas.

His career started in 1990 at a contest for singers organized at the Café de los Angelitos. The following year he appeared at the Teatro Roma of Avellaneda. He also appeared at the contest of the TV program Grandes Valores del Tango on Channel 9.

In 1992 he turned out the winner of the contest organized by the Academia del Tango de Morón, at the Teatro Gregorio de Laferrere, among 500 contestants. Accompanied by Oscar Enzetti, pianist of Los Reyes del Tango, he made his debut at the Café Homero.

After an interval of nine years he resumed his activity at the circle Luces de Buenos Aires in June 2002.

In 2003 he won the first singing contest «Andá a cantarle a Gardel», under the auspices of the Secretaría de Cultura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires. And, in 2004 he appeared at a recital at the Academia Porteña del Lunfardo, backed up by Ángel Giuseppetti on piano and the bandoneon player José Philipp.

Furthermore, he appeared at different venues: Taconeando, Confitería Munich of Belgrano, Club Porteño of Morón. Also he was at the show El Tango y la Política at the Buenos Aires Legislature and at the homage to Homero Manzi in Pompeya, at the corner of Centenera and Tabaré. On both occasions he was accompanied by the pianist Mario Valdez.

In 2005 he released his first disc that he presented at the Confitería El Vesuvio, he sang again on television in the program Vamos Tango and he was member of the board at the third contest called «Andá a cantarle a Gardel».

He shared the stage with great figures: Alberto Morán, Héctor De Rosas, Héctor Arbelo, Roberto Vallejos, Las Guitarras Argentinas, Néstor Fabián, Carlos Rossi, Ángel Díaz, Osvaldo Tarantino, Ángel Ridolfi, Pascual Mamone, among others.