Eduardo Espinoza

Real name: Espinoza, Francisco
(10 July 1958 - )
Place of birth:
Punta Alta (Buenos Aires) Argentina

e is a singer and actor. In 1970, he appeared at the contest organized by the Casa del Tango, at that time headed by maestro Osvaldo Pugliese. One of the contestants then was Jorge Falcón too. In 1972 he won that contest.

His professional career began in 1975 at La Casa de Carlos Gardel, a venue where he appeared until 2002. He as well appeared at many Buenos Aires venues such as El Viejo Almacén, Michelángelo, Café de los Angelitos —along with Osvaldo Pugliese—, Tango Mío, at the La Esquina Homero Manzi —as singer and master of ceremonies—, at the Teatro Ópera (1991) —with maestro Néstor Marconi— and with the Orquesta Nacional de Música Argentina Juan de Dios Filiberto conducted by Osvaldo Piro at the Teatro Cervantes (1997-2000).

In 1990, he performed at a La Plaza theater with the show Imágenes del Tango-Folk alongside Horacio Salgán, Jaime Torres and Néstor Marconi. He later continued as vocalist of the orchestra led by Salgán.

He made tours of Brazil, the Soviet Union, the United States, Canada and Europe. In 1996, he appeared within the show Forever Tango in San Francisco (United States).

In 1978, he recorded as guest artist the LP titled Otra noche con vos tango, released by the Sexteto Mayor; in 1982 he was featured as guest artist on a disc recorded by the Orquesta Osvaldo Pugliese. In 1990, he released his first disc: Eduardo Espinoza Tango e Intérprete. He cut his latest compact disc Honrar la vida, in 1994 with the accompaniment of Raúl Garello.

He appeared as actor and singer in the Pepito Cibrián’s play El Jorobado de París (The Hunchback of Paris). At present he is teacher in vocal technique, makes overdubbing for movies and appears on the stage of Piazzolla Tango on Florida Street.