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  • Submitted by: lena campos
  • 11 / 29 / 2012

Cuban troubadour Silvio Rodriguez dazzled the Argentinean public once again, during his two presentations over the weekend at the Luna Park Stadium of Buenos Aires.

Argentinean newspapers of the South American nation and Web sites from around the world reported on the two concerts that the author of Ojala offered on Friday and Saturday at that stadium with a capacity for some 14,000 people, accompanied by the Trovarroco Trio, percussionist Oliver Valdes and flute player Niurka Gonzalez.

The Cuban singer-songwriter, who will turn 66 on November 29, performed pieces of this Segunda Cita album with new musical arrangements, and also interpreted, accompanied only by his guitar, anthological songs like Rabo de Nube, Historia de las Sillas or Angel para un final.

Silvio, also the author of the popular song Unicornio, will perform in Argentina again on Monday, in the third and last concert in that South American nation, on this occasion at the Union stadium of the city of Santa Fe, with a capacity for some 5,000 people.

His tour of the Southern Cone will also take him to Uruguay, with a presentation on his birthday, and to Chile, where he will sing at the capital’s Colo Colo Sports-Social Club, and will participate in celebrations for the centennial of the Chilean Communist Party.

Source: ACN

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