Fernando Otero's music is unmistakably bonded to the expressive roots of the language of Buenos Aires. These elements are the Tango and its predecessors, the Milonga, either in its southern style, slow and melancholic, or in its agile urban dance form, as well as the Murga, With all of these influences, he has created a very personal style and unique language initially outlined in his first solo album entitled "X-TANGO" (1990), and later developed in works like "REVISION", "ESCENAS", and "SIDERATA".
Fernando Otero's music is well received by audiences and critics alike both in Europe and the USA. He has written music for films and theater, with premieres in the U.S., Europe, and South America. He has performed in more than thirty countries, some of the venues that he has played include Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Glenn Gould Studio (Toronto), and Teatro de la Villa de Madrid.
The exact date of this concert is not known, but it occurred in the marked year around this time.