Hernán Crespo is an accordionist and composer of Argentine folk music.
"Puertos", his second album, winner of the Gardel Award 2017 for Best Album
of Chamamé, is a musical trip that up to rhythms of the Argentine coast,
through the music of the Rio de la Plata, the Argentine North, Galicia and the
Basque Country. The album features an accordion, guitar, bass,
cello, violin and percussion, as well as guests such as the accordionist
Basque Kepa Junkera, and the great Argentine singer Teresa Parodi, among others. In 2017 he performed at the Festival of Folklore Cosquín and made his first tour to Europe performing nine concerts in France, Switzerland and Spain with great success.