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Biography

Clara Cantore is a young Argentinian musician with a broad musical experience and training. She is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and composer. At just 27 years of age she has studied with influential teachers of Argentina, Germany and Spain, she went on several tours and shared stages and travels with musicians she admires.

 

Though her music is firmly rooted within the context of Argentine and Latin American folk music, there is also a strong influence of tango, flamenco and classical music, as a result of her extensive training and musical curiosity.

She has three albums: Mentiras Criollas (2011) in collaboration with Gonzalo Pereira as a guitar-cello duet format, Ser Tiempo (2013) in which collaborated invited artists as Raly Barrionuevo and Juan Iñaki and her latest album Calma (2016) co-produced with Raly Barrionuevo who collaborated along renown Chilean musicians as Magdalena Matthey and Nano Stern. The last two albums are mostly of original compositions.

 

She has toured around Spain, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay and most of Argentina. In October 2015 she travelled to Japan where she did ten shows in various cities such as Tokio, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya and Kawamata city where she was also invited to participate of the Cosquín Japanese Folklore.

MENTIRAS CRIOLLAS

SER TIEMPO

CALMA

"Mentiras Criollas" (2011) together with Gonzalo Pereira, includes great instrumental covers in duo format, cello and guitar. The joining of these two experienced artists gives the album a color which surpasses a usual compilation of traditional songs. Zambas, chacareras, tangos and milongas, among other genres, are mixed together providing an exquisite sound and a young voice which combines fresh moments in "Chacarera del Expediente", and of profound sensibility as in "Canción de Lejos".

"Ser Tiempo" (2013) brings together great classics, along original compositions as the chacarera "Crespina" or the zamba "Ramona" in honor to Ramona Bustamante, which is a duo with Raly Barrionuevo who also plays in the beautiful cover of the unforgettable Chango Rodríguez, "De mi Madre", accompanied by the bandoneon player Pablo Jaurena.

Juan Iñaki interprets the song "Carta a Perdiguero" in a luminous voice duo with Clara honoring the poetry of Albérico Masilla.

"Calma" (2016) was produced with Raly Barrionuevo who also contributed as a musician among special guests as Magdalena Matthey and Nano Stern.

The album stands out with its original compositions and because of a particular fresh and risked sonority, product of a constant search and study.

Concerts - 2017

Ama la Tierra, Hijo

Caminante de las Estrellas  ft. Raly Barrionuevo

Deja Correr

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Biography

Clara Cantore is a young Argentinian musician with a broad musical experience and training. She is a singer, multi-instrumentalist and composer. At just 27 years of age she has studied with influential teachers of Argentina, Germany and Spain, she went on several tours and shared stages and travels with musicians she admires.

 

Though her music is firmly rooted within the context of Argentine and Latin American folk music, there is also a strong influence of tango, flamenco and classical music, as a result of her extensive training and musical curiosity.

She has three albums: Mentiras Criollas (2011) in collaboration with Gonzalo Pereira as a guitar-cello duet format, Ser Tiempo (2013) in which collaborated invited artists as Raly Barrionuevo and Juan Iñaki and her latest album Calma (2016) co-produced with Raly Barrionuevo who collaborated along renown Chilean musicians as Magdalena Matthey and Nano Stern. The last two albums are mostly of original compositions.

 

She has toured around Spain, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Colombia, Chile, Uruguay and most of Argentina. In October 2015 she travelled to Japan where she did ten shows in various cities such as Tokio, Kobe, Kyoto, Nagoya and Kawamata city where she was also invited to participate of the Cosquín Japanese Folklore.

MENTIRAS CRIOLLAS

SER TIEMPO

CALMA

"Mentiras Criollas" (2011) together with Gonzalo Pereira, includes great instrumental covers in duo format, cello and guitar. The joining of these two experienced artists gives the album a color which surpasses a usual compilation of traditional songs. Zambas, chacareras, tangos and milongas, among other genres, are mixed together providing an exquisite sound and a young voice which combines fresh moments in "Chacarera del Expediente", and of profound sensibility as in "Canción de Lejos".

"Ser Tiempo" (2013) brings together great classics, along original compositions as the chacarera "Crespina" or the zamba "Ramona" in honor to Ramona Bustamante, which is a duo with Raly Barrionuevo who also plays in the beautiful cover of the unforgettable Chango Rodríguez, "De mi Madre", accompanied by the bandoneon player Pablo Jaurena.

Juan Iñaki interprets the song "Carta a Perdiguero" in a luminous voice duo with Clara honoring the poetry of Albérico Masilla.

"Calma" (2016) was produced with Raly Barrionuevo who also contributed as a musician among special guests as Magdalena Matthey and Nano Stern.

The album stands out with its original compositions and because of a particular fresh and risked sonority, product of a constant search and study.