Cuarteto Bardos Cadeneros

Real name: Bardos Cadeneros
Guitar trio and singer
(n/d - )
Place of birth:
Hernán Lucero (vocals)
Carlos Viyer (guitar)
Juan Lorenzo (guitar)
Sergio Barberis (guitarrón)

t is a tango group comprised by three guitarists and a singer that have rescued a repertory of pieces that had not been recorded from long since.

As from April 2002 it has appeared at very important venues of our milieu. In June 2002 the group carried out a successful season at the Café Gandhi. They also appeared live at the radio program “En la vereda”, on LS1 Radio de la Ciudad (La Once Diez).

They appeared alongside “La Orquesta Escuela de Tango” led by maestro Emilio Balcarce at El Museo de la Casa de Gobierno de la Nación and performed at the event “Basta de zonceras, Jauretche llega a la Rural”, organizedo by Nueva Dirección en la Cultura and Secretaría de Cultura de la Nación.

They also performed at the Café Tortoni and in several cities of the province of Buenos Aires. They can be often heard in various venues of the circuit of dancehalls in the city of Buenos Aires, such as Salón Canning, La Catedral, El Beso, Las Morochas, Dandy, Niño Bien and others. During January 2003, Bardos Cadeneros played recitals on Radio de la Ciudad and at the Café Tortoni’s vault.

Hernán Lucero is a baritone singer that has studied singing with Lucía Saborido. Carlos Viyer, a veteran and experienced guitarist, accompanied a great number of singers such as Alberto Marino and Jorge Vidal. Juan Lorenzo studied guitar with Hugo Romero and Aníbal Arias. Now he also plays guitarrón (a type of bass guitar) in the group named 34 puñaladas. Sergio Barberis studied at the Conservatorio Nacional and joined the guitar group led by Hugo Rivas.