Morena Albert

Real name: Albert, Morena
(21 March - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

he studied at the Conservatorio Nacional López Buchardo and at the Williams Conservatory in Buenos Aires. She also had a thorough vocal and art training with teachers of the level of Flora Molochnik, Flora Yungüerman, Marcela Pietrokovsky and Magdalena León; and as well with María Vaner, Raúl Mereniuk and Nancy Diez.

She began to approach the tango cadence with maestros Alfredo Montoya and José Colángelo, to later further her interpretive proposal with Susana Rinaldi.

She delved into all the musical styles until she anchored in tango which became the center of her development and artistic passion. Her sensitive and intense way of interpretation, combined with her good intonation, makes up her personal way of singing.

She has appeared at several venues of Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural de la Cooperación, Café Homero, Café Tortoni, Esquina de Osvaldo Pugliese, Café Montserrat and other noted barrooms.

Among the shows she presented we can highlight: Los duendes del tango (La Clac - San Telmo); Versos rebeldes by Alejandra Boero (Teatro Andamio 90); Tangos de boca en boca (El Estaño 1880 - La Boca); Flores de tango (Bar de Cao); Amores de tango (Café Homero); Tango a tango (Museo Cultural del Tango); Mujeres del tango (Alliance Française); Tangos de mis amores (Café Montserrat).

She was summoned by the Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires (Buenos Aires City Hall) to appear in the seminars of the Programa de bares notables and of the Foro argentino de cultura urbana as guest artist.

Her passion for art, in its different expressions, drives her to recreate the works exhibited by painters and writers with her voice.

In December 2008 she presented her disc Tengo un Tango which was recorded with the accompaniment of César Angeleri as musical director, arranger, and guitarist; Osvaldo Montes, Pablo Mainetti on bandoneons and Abel Rogantini on piano, among others.

The recording proposes an interesting collection of pieces of the tango repertoire that includes classics as well as new numbers like: “Tengo un tango” and “Qué te pasa ciudad”, written by Bibí Albert and Héctor Dengis. The latter ones are a team of songwriters that describe Buenos Aires and its people with the language that identifies us today.