Mariana Domínguez

Real name: Domínguez, Mariana Graciela
(8 July 1963 - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

he was born in Buenos Aires city, and she is a graduate in psychology and professor of educational sciences. She studied vocal and breathing techniques in the early 2004 in Necochea, a city where she was based after her wedding. In November she met Raúl Garello who encouraged her to sing tangos.

In 2005 she studied singing interpretation with Carmen Guzmán. She appeared as soloist at the Festival de Música Popular Argentina of Baradero the year before. She also appeared at the contest Andá a cantarle a Gardel organized by the city of Buenos Aires.

She made her debut at the Teatro Gargantúa and after that she has been summoned for different programs and venues in our city and in the province of Buenos Aires: at La Forja, for a season organized by the journalist and speaker Marcelo Montenegro; at Almatango, in Tangos en la Intimidad, organized by Rody Groppo; at the series of concerts Roca Peatonal, organized by the Municipality of Campana; at the concert of the Banco de la Nación, at the Teatro Colón of Mar del Plata, accompanied then by César Angeleri, Quique Grecco and Cristian Zárate.

She also appeared at the Centro Cultural General San Martín; at the Academia Porteña del Lunfardo; at the Café Orión of Mar del Plata, at the show Tango Bravo Club; at the Centro Cultural Torquato Tasso, among other venues.

The following were among her accompanying musicians: César Angeleri, Roberto Calvo, Raúl Luzzi, Cristian Zárate, Quique Grecco, Colaccho Brizuela, Nicolás Guerschberg, Osvaldo Montes, Pocho Porteño, Hernán Reinaudo, Augusto Macri, Daniel Seminario.

She presented her first disc Buenos Aires, Amor y Tangos in August 2006 at the Torquato Tasso. The arrangements and the musical direction were by César Angeleri, featuring the bandoneonist Osvaldo Montes as guest artist. This independent release was nominated in six categories for the Premios Gardel, edition 2007.