Sergio Veloso

Real name: Veloso, Sergio
(18 December 1972 - )
Place of birth:

e began his studies of vocal technique with the operatic teacher Claudio Brócoli. He also appears as vocalist of several pop music groups. Furthermore he joined as tenor singer the choir of the school of dances which has a repertoire of popular and baroque music.

In 2000 he started his career as soloist performing mainly tangos. He appeared at importantes venues of Buenos Aires: at the Café Tortoni with the Quinteto Típico Buenos Aires; at the Café Homero Manzi and at the Esquina Osvaldo Pugliese.

In 2003 he continued his career in Spain and appeared in the cities of Vigo, Granada, Barcelona and Madrid. He appeared at the Casino of La Toja, at the Festival Sin Fronteras, in Pontevedra.

In the early 2005, in Argentina, he appeared at several festivals, among them at the Fiesta Nacional de la Artesanía in the city of Colón, province of Entre Ríos.

In April 2005 he joined the show ¡Tango! and made a nine-month tour of Portugal, appearing at the casinos and hotels of the Grupo Solverde.

The following year he cut his first disc which was released in Spain. He is backed up by the Trío El Yeite led by the guitarist Román Vergagni and lined up with Gervasio Ledesma on piano and Diego Bracconi on bandoneon. The album is entitled Efecto Tango and includes renderings of classic tangos and new compositions composed by Román Vergagni.

He returned to Spain in 2007 to present his disc at the Teatro García Barbón de Vigo, appearing at the show Cuentos del Sur performed by the Marko Gonzalez theater company. He was awarded a special mention by the Argentine Consulate in Vigo for his appearances at the Expogalaecia 2007.