Hernán Salinas, Argentine tango singer of the school of Carlos Gardel, born in Quitiliti, Chaco Province, one of the most important
voices of Argentine tango. His voice of baritone, sometimes sensual, other dramatic, demonstrates
his aptitude to adapt to varied forms of sung expressions. To this natural feature, he adds a great dose
of talent, study and dedication that allows him to include different facets that tango offers.
In a type of music that require certain maturity , Salinas recorded his first simple as
soloist when he was just 20 years old.
He obtained a fast recognition from the public like a great orchestras singer . Thus
it was that the maestro Astor Piazzolla invited him in 1987 to
participate in the European
opening of his Opera Tango " Maria of Buenos Aires ".
He has performed in USA, Japan, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico and Spain. He has also recorded together
with Carlos Garcia, Armando Pontier, Osvaldo Pugliese and the Octeto Electrónico " Astor Piazzolla ",
directed by the son of the maestro (Daniel). Nowadays he is the stable singer of the Tango Orchestra of
Buenos Aires, directed by Carlos Garcia and Raúl Garello.
His last great performance was in the city of Oslo - Norway, where he was
invited by the Philharmonic Orchestra of this city during the first week of
the month of May of 2001, for a cycle of 4 concerts.
here to listen to H. Salinas singing with the Tango Orchestra of Buenos Aires
here to listen to H. Salinas singing in Maria de Buenos Aires of Astor Piazzolla