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Real name: Fontana, Magalí
(26 December 1979 - )
Place of birth:
San Martín de las Escobas (Santa Fe) Argentina
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Oscar De Elía
he was born in San Martín de las Escobas (province of Santa Fe). Since an early age she had an inclination for music and singing. At age 9 she started to sing folk music and in 1990 she was awarded the first Prize at the Festival Juvenil de Santo Tomé. In 1991 she had the chance to sing with León Gieco as a duo in Cañada Rosquín (Santa Fe) and did it again in 1995.
In 1996 in Santa Fe she was awarded the first Prize as tango soloist at the Encuentro Juvenil de Cultura de la Provincia. Since then she followed the roads of tango and appeared alongside
, El Chino
, among others.
In 1998, in the city El Trébol, she performed at the Primer Festival Departamental del Tango and that same year she was on television in
La Noche con Amigos
emceed by Lionel Godoy. In October she sang in La Falda, Córdoba, at the Fiesta del Alfajor along with
She appeared in the 2000 and 2001 issues of the Fiesta Nacional del Tango at La Falda, alongside
, the pianist
Oscar De Elía
and the singers
In August she was awarded the prize Revelation 2000 of the Asociación Rosarina
. In November she was winner of the Pre-Cosquín in Gálvez and in 2002 she was finalist.
Since then there were many awards, among them we highlight her triumph at the Final Nacional of the Baradero 2003 contest, Province of Buenos Aires.
In March that year she presented
Pasión Tanguera, el musical
, a show that combined dancing, singing and theater, in Rosario.
She released three discs, the first one:
Y con mucho amor
(1998), featuring the Gotán Trío. Two years later she recorded
Tango te quiero cantar
and her latest compact disc
Sueño de adoquín
(2003), accompanied by
(piano and conductor).
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