Música de Argentina

Música de Argentina

Música con sentido tradicional

Tango: Adriana Varela

Carlos Acuña

Atahualpa Yupanqui was an Argentine singer, songwriter, guitarist, and writer. He is considered the most important Argentine folk musician of the 20th century.

Música Pop

Abel Pintos (born in Bahía Blanca, on May 11, 1984), is an Argentinian singer-songwriter. He started his solo career at the age of 13 with his album Para cantar he nacido (I Was Born To Sing), supported financially by León Gieco.[1] After the release of four studio albums, he started writing his own songs that marked a departure from his folk style.

He rose to prominence with La llave (The Key), although the CD and DVD Sueño dorado (Golden Dream), which marked fifteen years in the music industry, was his best-selling record of 2012.[2] Along with artists such as Soledad Pastorutti and Luciano Pereyra, Pintos has been dubbed as a promising rising star of Argentinian folk music.

Adrián Barilari

Alejandro Federico Lerner (born June 8, 1957) is an Argentine musician and singer-songwriter. He has written and sung countless songs including several hits, and his fame and recognition spread all over South America.

Andrés Ciro Martínez

Ariel Rot



Their first self-titled album, Bandana, was the best-selling album of 2001 in Argentina, turning platinum soon after release and achieving 4 platinum certifications.[5] It spawned a number of hits including Cómo Puede SerGuapas & Maldita Noche. They also completed a successful tour, selling out Buenos Aires’ biggest theatre, Teatro Gran Rex, more than 40 times during winter vacations (July).

Barbara Luna

Brenda Asnicar

Candelaria Molfese

Clara Alonso

Coki Ramírez


Cynthia Nilson

Daniela Herrero

Dante Spinetta

Diego Torres

Eladia Blázquez

Enanitos Verdes

Érica García

Facundo Cabral

Federico Aubele

Hilda Lizarazu

Lali Espósito

Leo Dan

Leo García

Lola Ponce


Marcela Morelo

She has released eight critically acclaimed studio albums, which all earned either Gold or Platinum record. Morelo also won five Gardel Awards, the most prestigious musical award in Argentina.

Mercedes Lambre

Mercedes Sosa

was an Argentine singer who was popular throughout Latin America and many countries outside the region. With her roots in Argentine folk music, Sosa became one of the preeminent exponents of La nueva canción. She gave voice to songs written by many Latin American songwriters. Her music made people hail her as the “voice of the voiceless ones”.

Sosa performed in venues such as the Lincoln Center in New York City, the Théâtre Mogador in Paris and the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, as well as sell-out shows in New York’s Carnegie Hall and the Roman Colosseum during her final decade of life. Her career spanned four decades and she was the recipient of six Latin Grammy awards

Oscar Palavecino

Patricia Sosa

Pedro Aznar

Sebastián Francini

Sofía Reca

Soledad Pastorutti

Valeria Lynch


Victor Heredia

Victoria Maurette