From a family of musicians, birthplace of talents, is born Juan Ingaramo. His ancestors marked his fate. His grandfather is a classic tanguero and his father, Mingui Ingaramo , a jazzy star. Juan's parent is part of Grupo Encuentro and the Musicians of the Center, iconic jazzy rock band.
On January 10, 1987 this eminence came to the world. He was born in Barrio San Vicente and spent his entire childhood in its streets. This is a traditional neighborhood of Cordoba. He grew up influenced by the musical styles of all the members of his family, but also by the popular culture of Cordoba and their quartets. His skills make up an ancestral talent. From the age of 7 he has a loving relationship with his guitar, a pioneering instrument, who worked as a mentor in his career. He also had a sporty facet, which almost led him to triumph at the General Paz Juniors club. However, at 14 he changed the ball for the battery. But it's still a football lover . Juan is from Belgrano, the Cordovan Pirate, and also a little yawn.
He did his high school at Manuel Belgrano, prestigious university college . After his graduation he began his career in Composition in the National University of Cordoba. However, at 20 he decided to emigrate to the city of fury. His future as a musician asked him. So there it went...
In the city of fury
He arrived in Buenos Aires to realize his love with national rock. He had his meetings with great icons of the art world Argentinian. In his early years he worked as a producer with Litto Nebbia, Adrián Dárgelos, Didi Gutman and Rafael Arcaute. And he was a musician of Gonzalo Aloras and Daniela Spalla.
Today, it moves like fish in the water in the show business and music . Juan Ingaramo did not leave any genres without his mark. And although his first love was rock, little by little he lived other romances. He dived experiencing electronic rhythms, pop styles, played with reggaeton and bachata, and turned to the quartet on many occasions. Always with a particular style which makes up the genus Ingaramo . Gender that is consolidated to merge rhythms that only look good when there is an Ingaramo on the team. Thus, playing, playing, following his musical instinct, he triumphed and gained great followers.
In 2012 he published his first EP as a soloist. But also, that same year, he recorded with Litto Nebia and Cordovan Daniel Homer. This threesome made him a “homage to the brazilian bossa nova of the 60s and the American musical comedy of the 1950s” . After these works, he published National Pop (2014), Musician (2016) and Best Seller (2018). Your last hitazo was “Romeo y Violeta”, a song that he dedicated to his beloved Violeta Urtizberea, with whom he has a daughter, Lila. Is it that Lila follows her father's ancestral talent?
Ingaramo, from Buenos Aires, returns to his hometown every time he touches a quarteazzo. In honor of the province that saw it birth, he produces works such as “Cuartefunk”. And hug the Cordobeses.
Argentina, nacida en Córdoba. Investigadora en el área de lingüística. En formación constante sobre las Letras y sobre la vida, gracias a la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. Mis experiencias en viajes me llevaron a aprender cada vez más idiomas y querer conocer diversas culturas desde adentro. Pienso en la escritura como una herramienta para transformar el mundo y volverlo un espacio justo y equilibrado.