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La Runfla is formed by three guitarists and a lady vocalist. This project comes up at the end of 2017, with the purpose of exploring Tango music and its possibilities.  Since then, the group has been focused in making its own arrangements, taking account of the fundamental roots of traditional dancing Tango, without leaving behind modern aesthetics and contemporary musical works.  Therefore, its repertoire it’s conformed by classic tango, as well as by the contemporary Tango composition stream.

Palabras sin Importancia – Live Session filmed on November of 2021.
Gota de Lluvia – Filmed on April of 2020, during the mandatory social isolation due to Covid-19.

La Runfla makes its official debut in the month of July of 2018, in the “J.J Circuito Cultural”. Ever since, the group has been invited to take part in both private and popular Tango gatherings, such as “Festival de Tango de Boedo”, “Festival de Tango de Valentín Alsina”, “La semana de Boedo”, “Bohemia Tanguera”, “Almagro tiene Tango”, and in several “milongas” of Buenos Aires and the rest of the country. Exclusive presentations have taken place too, such as those at “Galpón B”, “Tano Cabrón” and “Club Atlético Fernandez Fierro”.

En esta tarde gris – Filmed live on October 24th, during the official presentation of the album «No es lo que parece», in the Club Atlético Fernández Fierro.

On August of 2018, they recorded and published their first EP, in the “Del Parral” Studios, and filmed their first video, “Yuyo Verde”, by “NAP Contenidos Audiovisuales”.
Their first Tour took place this January, in the Patagonia (Argentina’s South region), and it was declared to be of Cultural Interest by the Government of San Carlos de Bariloche. During this tour, many gigs took place on local official events, exclusive hotels and restaurants, and various “milongas” and local bars. They were also invited to participate in the Radio Show “Busca2” in Bariloche.

Suerte loca – Filmed on September 2019, first single from the album «No es lo que Parece».

During April 2019, they recorded their first full length studio album titled “No es lo que parece” (translated as “it’s not what it seems”), and filmed a promotional video of the tango “Suerte Loca”. The official presentation took place on October 24, in “Club Atlético Fernández Fierro” to a full house, and acclaimed by the critics and specialized audience.

Yuyo Verde – Filmed on August 2018, during the recording of their first EP.

During the lockdown of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the group focused on producing new music, making new arrangements of Tango classics and contemporary Tangos, and recording the video of «Gota de Lluvia», when the lockdown was absolute. In 2021, gigs were already possible in Buenos Aires, so the group started playing again, closing the year in «Club Cambalache», with great guests as Vicky Di Raimondo, «La Polaca» Grabinsky, and Tomi Lago. Also, they recorded a live session, of the tango by Manzi and Cedrón, «Palabras sin importancia», released on December 2021.

As for now, La Runfla continues to produce new music and plans a 2022 full of concerts, recordings and tours, abroad and inside Argentina.

The musicians

              Florencia Ubertalli, leading voice. She studied music at the “Escuela de Música Popular de Avellaneda”, as well as with several well known teachers and singers from the Jazz, Tango and Folklore’s scenarios. She’s been Leading Voice and backing vocalist in different musical ensambles.e folklore, rock et tango.

              Augusto Bellorini, guitar and musical arrangements. Graduated at the “Conservatorio Superior de Musica Manuel de Falla”, in the Tango and Folklore Degree.  Presently, he teaches tango guitar lessons and accompanies singers.  He is member of several tango projects.

              Alejandro Fassino, guitar and musical arrangements. He studied at “Escuela de Música Popular de Avellaneda” and graduated with the Degree in tango and folklore at “Conservatorio Superior de Música Manuel de Falla”. He has taken part of different tango and folklore groups: duets, quintets and orchestras.  He is a prívate guitar teacher and music teacher at Public School.

              Lucas Peverelli, guitar and musical arrangements. Graduated at “Conservatorio Astor Piazzolla”, specializing in Chamber Music. Since 2014, he’s been taking guitar lessons with guitarist Diego “Dipi” Kvitko.  Currently, he is member of different tango bands.  He is a private guitar teacher and public musical language teacher in Villa Hidalgo’s “Orquesta Escuela”, San Martín, Buenos Aires.

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