Alicia Vignola

Real name: Vignola, Alicia
(15 June 1972 - )
Place of birth:
Buenos Aires Argentina

he began her studies about music theory, vocal technique and cello playing at age nine at the «Manuel de Falla» Conservatory and at the Instituto de Música of Avellaneda.

In her career as interpreter she recorded different songs and jingles.

The peak in her career was when she appeared as representative of Argentina at the Festival OTI de la canción, in Costa Rica in 1998. The following year she was invited to appear in a Blues and Jazz Season in that country and in El Salvador.

She was member of the duo Alas de Tango that appeared at the Centro Cultural General San Martín and was signed by the Secretaría de Cultura of the Municipality of Avellaneda.

We can listen to her, frequently, on La 2x4 —FM station of Radio de la Ciudad—, and in her appearances at the Piazzolla Tango venue located in the Galería Güemes on Florida Street. Sometimes along with the singer Guillermo Fernández and on many occasions as main soloist.

It is worthwhile mentioning her performances made at Música por la Identidad, a concert with free admittance organized by the Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo and the Gobierno de la Ciudad, as well as her appearance at the closing of the week that paid homage to Aníbal Troilo at the Teatro Colón.

She was guest singer of the Orquesta de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires when it was conducted by maestros Carlos García and Raúl Garello.

In 2006 she was invited to sing in São Paulo (Brazil) and at the closing day of the 4th International Tango Festival in Bariloche. In November she released her disc entitled: Hada y rea under the musical direction of Cristian Zárate and featuring Walter Ríos, Raúl Lavié, Guillermo Fernández, Pablo Agri and others.

In 2007 she appeared at the VII Cumbre Mundial de Tango of Valparaíso (Chile) backed up by Leo Sujatovich on piano.

She appeared at the Tango Festival in La Falda (Córdoba), with the Cristian Zárate Sextet and at the Justo Daract Tango Festival (San Luis).