Ignacio Cedrún: vocals and guitarJavier Amoretti: guitarMartín Creixell: guitar
our guitars and a voice are blended in this quartet whose line-up is not usual for tango groups. Their interpretations include tangos, milongas and valses criollos that take us back to the origins of tango, evoking authors like Homero Manzi, Francisco Canaro, Héctor Blomberg and Enrique Maciel.
Among the pieces of their songbook we can mention: La Pulpera de Santa Lucía, Malevaje, Acquaforte, Esquinas porteñas, Sentimiento gaucho; and the instrumentals: La Cumparsita, and Romance de barrio, among others.
They appeared at important venues and cultural centers, they performed at numerous festivals of the genre and played on Radio Nacional, FM Ciudad and the cable TV channels Solo Tango and Utilísima Satelital.
In 1999, a few months after its inception, this group was awarded the first prize at a contest of the Centro Cultural del Tango, which was declared of Cultural Interest by the Secretary of Culture of the Presidency of the Nation and was under the auspices of the Secretary of Culture of the Government of the City of Buenos Aires.