Lucrecia Merico

Sunday 19th at Bar Los Laureles
Closing milonga
Av Gral Iriarte 2290  – 9:00 pm

 

Lucrecia Merico is an Argentine singer and actress. She approaches the tango and bolero with sincere emotion and spontaneity. In the 1980s she was part of the independent theater scene, performing theatrical and musical shows. She shared the stage with Gambas al Ajillo, Omar Viola and Fernando Noy, among others. Starting in 1998, she began her musical path, focusing especially on tango, and within that genre on Tango Reo, in which she formed part of the mythical Botica del Ángel by Eduardo Bergara Leumann. She performed with Hernán “Cucuza” Castiello in the show “Tango sin Grupo” (“Tango Without a Group”). She shared the stage with Charly García, Rita Cortese, Cristina Banegas, Marilina Ross, Guillermo Fernández, Guillermo Gallve, Marikena Monti, Lidia Borda, Esteban Morgado and Victoria Moran, among other prestigious artists. She participated in a show with Armando Manzanero and María Martha Serra Lima, at the Opera Theater. She performed at the Expo Milano 2015, representing Argentina. She toured several provinces of Argentina, plus Spain, Italy, Brazil, Uruguay, Chile and Paraguay. She is a constant participant in tango festivals of Buenos Aires and throughout the world. Since 2009 she has been a featured singer with the Juan De Dios Filiberto National Orchestra of Argentine Music.

On this occasion she performs with the musician Juan Inzubieta.

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