Pablo Milanes to Sing in Argentina in 2019

Buenos Aires, Dec 7 (Prensa Latina) Cuban singer-songwriter Pablo Milanes will return to Argentina in 2019 as part of his ''Esencia'' tour, which took him to several European and Latin American countries in 2018.

The Coliseo Theater already announces Milanes' concert in that traditional and old stage located in Retiro neighborhood, where he will sing old and new songs on April 5, 2019.

During this tour, Pablo Milanes will do essential songs in his work, some classics always claimed by his audience along with other recent songs that reveal his constant ability to compose in more than five decades of career, the theater posted on its official website, where audience can buy tickets.

The musician will perform on Saturday in Chile, where he will offer two concerts, one at Gran Arena Monticello and another on Sunday at Chillan municipal theater.

The composer of songs such as 'Yolanda', 'Para vivir' or 'De que callada manera' will close this part of the tour on December 29 in Barcelona, Spain, and then, he will continue on January 24 in Madrid.

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Pablo Milanes Closes Festival in Coahuila, Mexico

Mexico, (PL) Cuban singer and composer Pablo Milanes closed with brooch of gold the Julio Torre International Festival of Arts, in Saltillo, capital of the Mexican northern state of Coahuila, reported press media Tuesday.

With 17 songs, some of them new, some of them not so new, the founder of the movement of the New Cuban Trova presented with six musicians in the auditorium to open air of the Las Maravillas Park in that city.

Pablo left himself be embraced by the chorus of more than three thousand attendees, according to newspaper La Jornada.

Applauses were heard from their first titles, and according to the newspaper, was a concert without pausing, with beautiful songs.

But Pablo and his musicians had to return to the stage to thank the public, with a famous song as 'Yo No Te Pido.'.

Pablo Milanes had not presented in a concert in Saltillo for seven years, and this time came, invited by the Government of Coahuila.

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