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Malena Muyala

Malena Muyala

Malena Muyala


In the year 1991 she wins the First National Contest of Tango in Uruguay, out of 350 participants from all over the country, and from there on she sings in lots of festivals and events. From these events, we can point out the 5th Tango Festival in the Solis Theatre, previous to the presentation of Osvaldo Pugliese, First Uruguayan Festival in Athens, Greece, 3rd World Tango Meeting (3era Cumbre Mundial del Tango), 7th Tango Festival of Granada, Spain Read more on Last.fm
In the year 1991 she wins the First National Contest of Tango in Uruguay, out of 350 participants from all over the country, and from there on she sings in lots of festivals and events. From these events, we can point out the 5th Tango Festival in the Solis Theatre, previous to the presentation of Osvaldo Pugliese, First Uruguayan Festival in Athens, Greece, 3rd World Tango Meeting (3era Cumbre Mundial del Tango), 7th Tango Festival of Granada, Spain, 6th and 9th Buenos Aires Tango Festival, 17th Tango Festival of La Falda, Córdoba, in Argentina, “Tribute to Carlos Gardel” in the city of Caracas,Venezuela, two years in a row in the Jazz Festival of Lapataia in Punta del Este, etc. She has two albums edited in Uruguay, “Temas pendientes” (1998) and “Puro verso” (2000), both of them distinguished by the Uruguayan Record Chamber (Cámara Uruguaya del Disco) with the “Golden cd” due to the number of copies sold. In this way, she is the first singer in the genre receiving this mention. She was the first woman in the Uruguayan music to receive the mention of “Woman of the Year” and “Outstanding Youth”.

She also received two “Iris” awards, an award given by the newspaper “El País” to outstanding artists. She has participated in two Jaime Roos’s albums, in tribute to Jorginho Gularte and “Bajo Fondo Tango Club”, winner of the 2003 Latin Grammy Award in the pop genre. She dedicated most of the year 2006, in which she was considered Artist of the Year by the Bank of Boston Foundation, to the recording of her third album, "Viajera". This album, recorded in Uruguay and mixed and masterized in Argentina, was recently edited by Los Años Luz from Argentina and in a few days will be edited by Bizarro from Uruguay. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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