Zulema Robles

Real name: Maldonado, Norma Zulma
(4 March 1940 - )
Place of birth:
Pergamino (Buenos Aires) Argentina

he was born in Pergamino (province of Buenos Aires). In 1969 she appeared at a contest in the program Grandes valores del tango and reached the final. In 1970 she is again finalist at the contest Gardel de Oro held at La Falda, province of Córdoba.

Later as a professional she joined the personnel of the 7th and 8th Tango Festival of La Falda, together with names such as Alberto Marino and Miguel Montero, among others.

She joined the Francisco Grillo orchestra, with it she recorded the tango “Tuya” and later she switched to the one led by Eduardo Cortti. Time later the folk singer Ramona Galarza introduced her to the orchestra of Florindo Sassone with whom she recorded the tango “Madreselva”.

Later she recorded for the soundtrack of the movie Papá corazón se quiere casar.

During the seventies she appeared in Grandes valores del tango at channel 9, Tango del millón and Tango club on channel 11 and at Matiné de Canal 7.

On radio her appearances are outstanding at the Roberto Escalada’s and Héctor Gagliardi’s program on Radio Belgrano and also on radios Argentina, Porteña, El Mundo and Ciudad.

Besides her shows at theaters, she played at the tango venues: El Viejo Almacén, Caño 14, Patio de Tango, Rincón de los Artistas, Vos Tango, El Boliche de Rotundo and others, besides shows in the interior of the country.

She joined the staff of artists of the Municipalidad de la ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Her artistic godmother was Sabina Olmos.