De Boca en Boca
- Alejandra Tortosa (Voice, percussion.)
- Marcela Benedetti (Voice, percussion)
- Soledad Escudero (Voice, percussion.)
- Vivi Pozzebón (Voice, percussion, piano.)
- A Cappella
- label:not signed
- instrumentation:vocal, a cappella, electronic, percussion
- artist submitted by:
PURE VOCAL CHEMISTRY
Marcela Benedetti, Soledad Escudero, Viviana Pozzebón and Alejandra Tortosa joined voices to form this spectacular quartet in 1995, leading the way for female bands both locally and nationally. When world music erupted on the scene, De Boca en Boca were already experienced in exploring music from different countries and cultures, and knew exactly how to use these sounds to complement their amazing voices. This brought them recognition from critics, public support and international significance.
For twelve consecutive years they sang at festivals in Buenos Aires and around Argentina, and soon travelled to Venezuela, Mexico, Paraguay, Brazil, Costa Rica, Belgium, France and Canada. They have performed alongside artists such as Cecilia Todd, Hermeto Pascoal, Jairo and Rubén Blades, whose album Mundo (2002), winner of the 2003 Grammy for Best Album of World Music, they collaborated on. When Rubén Blades played at the National Stadium in Santiago, Chile in 2003, De Boca en Boca opened the concert.
Their new show, "Anthología", premiered at the largest theatre in the city and received a standing ovation from the packed auditorium, showing that the chemistry between them is still intact and heralding an new era of shows both in Argentina and around the world.
This female vocal quartet has released four albums: Antología (2016); Después del mar (2005); De Boca en Boca (2001); and Música de mundos (1998), which marked a turning point for the Argentina music scene in the mid-90s.