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Her latest album, "Adriana Varela y piano", was released in 2014 and features accompaniment by pianist Marcelo Macri. Adriana Varela y piano" is a selection drawn from three live concerts in the Punta del Este region. In December 2014, they performed songs from this album at Teatro ND in Buenos Aires.
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In Argentina, Adriana Varela is a major star, recognised as such since she first became a tango singer in the early 1990s. Like the Portuguese singer Mariza, (who came to Fado after working in a completely different musical field) Varela was a rock singer before being 'discovered' by old school tanguero Roberto Goyeneche. Despite such talent, she's not a prolific recording artist, and her most recent full album remains Cuando el Río Suena, a wonderful 1999 collaboration with Uruguayan producer/musician Jaime Roos, which explored musical styles found on both banks of the Río de la Plata. Más Tango ('More Tango') is more traditional, apparently recorded a year before, and only now being marketed somewhat absurdly as her 'international debut'. Elsewhere, Varela is backed by everything from a swooning nine-piece orquesta (bandoneón, piano, double bass, strings etc) to a single instrument.
In 1995, Adriana Varela recorded Tangos de Lengue, which included songs composed by Enrique Cadícamo. In 1997, the singer successfully participated in Porto Alegre's Theater Festival and was acclaimed a year later after singing at Barcelona's Grec Festival. In 1998, Adriana Varela joined state-of-the-art group Sexteto Mayor, recording Trottoirs de Buenos Aires, returning to her solo career with 1999's Cuando El Rio Suena, produced by Uruguayan Jaime Roos.