Cecilia Cordone

Real name: Cordone, Cecilia
(26 October 1966 - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

he spent her childhood in San Isidro, province of Buenos Aires. She has a mezzosoprano range and a warm, strong and expressive voice. She began to sing religious music at age nine, later was a soloist in the Gospel Choir with which she worked for several years appearing at parties and ceremonies.

She studied operatic singing with the teacher Marcela Aimé, thereafter for a long time studied the Dolinska technique of the Hungarian singing school with Jorge Diez.

Her choice for tango was made early and never changed it. She sang in a large number of locals and venues of the Capital and the Greater Buenos Aires: Sabor a Tango, Palacio Rossini, Un Gallo para Esculapio, La Puerta, Boleros y Champán, Academia Porteña del Lunfardo, Luz del Porvenir, Marinas del Sol, among others.

She was chosen for a tour of Central America in an audition led by the singing director of the Teatro Colón. She appeared at the Bar Restaurante Bartolomeo along with Gabriel Almirón (Pacotillo) at the show Trampolín Tango Club with the support of Gerardo Sofovich, Hugo Arana and Betiana Blum.

In March 2010, in the city of Zárate, she won the contest for traditional style tango singers as a representative of the city of Pilar. She also appeared at the Chascomús Festival and, in April that same year, she was awarded the Premio Bicentenario 2010. Thereafter, in June, she turned out the winner at the Pilar Point contest as best tango singer.

In 2011, she has appeared at the Claudio Durán’s show Las Perlas del Tango, sang on the radio, returned to the Academia Porteña del Lunfardo and, in May, sang at the Teatro Presidente Alvear, accompanied by the Mario Marmo Trio. In March she performed at the new release of the Festival de Tango Zárate and, in April at the one held in Chascomús.