Latin Jazz & More

The Argentine Spanish María López Tristancho, takes another step in his career with the new single he just released. It is ‘Idilio’, a Cuban bolero composed in the 1950s by Titi Amadeo and which is a classic, with which the artist fuses with flamenco.

In this way, Argentina enters the world of Latin music for the first time with this new version of Idilio with the Cuban band Son de Cuba, directed musically by José Quevedo “Bolita”.

The choice of this theme by Argentina to record it as a single will be a preview of their next album that will be dedicated to this genre.

Along with the single, the cantaora from Molino de la Vega premieres a video clip, surrounded by Latin music dancers and with the Cuban band that accompanies her on this adventure.

Argentina merges flamenco and Cuban music in a perfect idilio.

Argentina - Idilio