Martin Alvarado

Martin Alvarado

TangoLab Online Presents: Martin Alvarado

Martín Alvarado is widely considered to be Argentina’s most significant contemporary tango singer and, increasingly, acknowledged as one of the finest vocalists in tango’s history. He has been described as “the voice of tango in the 21st Century”. In 2019 his career was honoured by the National Academy of Tango in Buenos Aires where he was made an Academico (maestro).

The first TangoLab Online starts on the 20th of May 19:00 Finnish time (UTC +3) and lasts two hours, until 21:00 Finnish time (UTC +3).

 

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Martin Alvarado Martín Alvarado is widely considered to be Argentina’s most significant contemporary tango singer and, increasingly, acknowledged as one of the finest vocalists in tango’s history. He has been described as “the voice of tango in the 21st Century”. In 2019 his career was honoured by the National Academy of Tango in Buenos Aires where he was made an Academico (maestro). He has performed in Europe, Asia and South America more than 700 times, often to sell-out audiences, had numerous TV performances in Finland, Russia, Slovenia and Argentina and produced seven albums. His music has daily airplay on tango radio stations in Buenos Aires. In 2013, he won a Latin UK Award for Concert by International Artist of the Year and had his last album released and distributed worldwide by UK-based record label Riverboat Records at World Music Network, which has some of the biggest names in world music on its roster. Martín’s highly acclaimed and carefully chosen repertoire features work by Argentina’s most celebrated poets and composers, including rare work by Piazzolla, new tangos, all-time classics and some of his own compositions. Time The first TangoLab Online starts on the 20th of May 19:00 Finnish time (UTC +3) and lasts two hours, until 21:00 Finnish time (UTC +3).


TangoLab Online TangoLab Online is a music laboratory run by BMusic that creates unique music experiences for the audience. TangoLab offers its listeners much more than what the word “tango” is traditionally understood to mean. The Latin word for tango means “touch”, and touching the audience with music is precisely the goal of TangoLab. Welcome to experience all that tango can be and most of all, what you never imagined it could be!

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