QV4 at La Posada del Qenti

During her Wednesday, more about La Posada del Qenti, was pleased to welcome the talented trio humorous QV4, who enjoyed a delicious lunch and shared a espcial time with the press, formed by narrow Laube (Daily Review), Sergio Oviedo (People Magazine), Diego Grillo Trubba (Journal Profile), Karina di Vitto (agency NA) and Mariela Ivanier (Word Communication).
QV4 nation 1998 when Daniel joined Saldaño (voice), Agustín Pérez (guitar) Gustavo and Parrado (keyboards and vocals), making coffee concert.
The group's name refers to the maximum bet Trick, Argentine game cards: “Four Wants It”.
This season proposed "3D QV4, the new dimension of fun " , a comprehensive show, suitable for all ages, in which the trio, He innovate in the theater with projections 3 dimensions, technology trendsetter in the world of cinema. This time, They will have special guest Adrian Gomez (Former Argentine talent and radio show host “tired of doing well”), in the interpretation of the virtual puppet.

During Wednesday, La Posada del Qenti, was pleased to welcome the talented trio humorous QV4, who enjoyed a delicious lunch and shared a time of dialogue with the press, formed by narrow Laube (Daily Review), Sergio Oviedo (People Magazine), Diego Grillo Trubba (Journal Profile), Karina di Vitto (agency NA) and Mariela Ivanier (Word Communication).

QV4 nation 1998 when Daniel joined Saldaño (voice), Agustín Pérez (guitar) Gustavo and Parrado (keyboards and vocals), making coffee concert.El group name refers to the maximum bet Trick, Argentine game cards: “Four Wants It”.

This season proposed "3D QV4, the new dimension of fun " , a comprehensive show, suitable for all ages, in which the trio, He innovate in the theater with projections 3 dimensions, technology trendsetter in the world of cinema. This time, They will have special guest Adrian Gomez (Former Argentine talent and radio show host “tired of doing well”), in the interpretation of the virtual puppet.

Archimó Valeria in La Posada del Qenti

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Owner of a beauty “Creole” and “Lush”, the top positions in Argentine taste, was last Monday at our inn, doing a photo shoot and enjoying a relaxing afternoon. (more…)

JAF at La Posada del Qenti

JAF at La Posada del Qenti

Juan Antonio Ferreira, price JAF, fue vocalist Riff, the band Pappo Napolitano, in 1985. Clearly the popularity of this, one of the most important groups of the national rock, Figure fostered good singer and guitarist. Her first solo hit was “Sign up in”, the self-titled album (1989).
“Slides” (1990) was presented live at the Capital and then on Stadium River, as the opening act for Eric Clapton / Bryan Adams.
“Emergency exit” (1991) It was his third album, with the spread of “All my love”. Already established as solo without the weight of “have been the singer Pappo”, JAF conducted an extensive national tour that kept him out of the City stages. He returned for the presentation of its fourth CD, “I'm going to the south” (1992). “Man blues” (1994) was recorded and mixed in New York.
He was one of the most acclaimed artists in homage to Carlos Gardel, organized at the Teatro Presidente Alvear by the Ministry of Culture of the Nation. “Heart on fire” (1995) It was his sixth album, Also recorded in New York.
“Number 7” The next album was called, self-released by the label “Hot tracks”, created especially for the opportunity.
“Adrenalin” (2003) was presented in August 2003 at Premier Theatre. The album was recorded and mixed by Martin and Sebastian Manta Toledo under the artistic production of JAF own. The band that accompanied it consisted of Jorge Luis “Paton” Cimino on drums, Germán Wintter and Bajo, Daniela Lopez and Gladys Caldas in choirs.

JAF

The great guitarist and composer Juan Antonio Ferreira, better known as JAF, was this weekend in our Villa, to give a solo show and chose our Inn for moments of rest and relaxation. (more…)

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