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Soledad Pastorutti: the woman who reinvented national folklore

Soledad Pastorutti, a woman from Santa Fe who brought many young people back to folklore and had a career full
Folklore
19 November, 2019

Soledad Pastorutti was a teenager in 1996 when she conquered theCosquín Festival , the same stage on which she hadfailed the previous year. He didn’t take that refusal that could have unmotivated any girl and, despite his young age, he went back to bet big, like everything in his life. She presented herself with her sister, Natalia Pastorutti, but her passion, energy and scenic presence made her a reference in folklore na cional.

Turning the poncho in the wind, and to the horror of folklore traditionalists, Soledad knew how to make many young people listen to a folklore renovated. It was a soda that disembodied the already beloved Chalchaleros or Frontieres who were repeating zambas and chacareras with the usual imprint. For years, folklore was reserved for a certain age or social group, but it was not popular. La Sole, with its freshness, managed to rescue this musical tradition and transform it into a national and popular success .

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Soledad Pastorutti was born on 12 October 1980 at Arequito, province of Santa Fe. His whole life wanted to be an artist. She started singing in rocks and places where she was very young. folklore was important. After winning theCosquin Revelation and Consecration Award, his life took an unexpected turn and began performing thousands of concerts by different towns and cities.

He came to perform in one year more than 180 concerts throughout the country and in 1997 came to do, in full room, 10 Luna Park , one of the most important and emblematic theatres in Buenos Aires .

He sold over seven million records. He won the Latin Grammy, 2 diamond records, 11 Carlos GardelAwards, 2 times the Award Martin Fierro, and a lot of Gold and Platinum records.

She is considered an artist who was able to renew folklore and bring young people , distant for decades, to this musical style. It is considered a figure of national folklore along with Luciano Pereyra

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