With her debut album La bella indiferencia, Argentinian singer Mariana Mazú stepped into the limelight in her homeland and walked away with the Gardel Award for Best Tango Album of the year and Best Tango Artist of 2021. Produced by the renowned musician Acho Estol (La Chicana), the album has resulted in over one million plays on Spotify. Following the success of her first European tour in May 2022, Mazú is now embarking on a new round of concerts in 2023. She is accompanied by one of the country’s leading guitarists, Leonardo Andersen, and the acclaimed Norwegian violinist Karl Espegard, a founding member of the critically acclaimed tango ensemble El Muro Tango. He has performed in prestigious concert halls like Amsterdam’s Royal Concertgebouw and Konzerthaus München. Andersen is a sought-after guitarist and composer from Argentina. He works with leading international artists such as Nicky Nicole, Abel Pintos, and Franco Luciani, the latter with whom he won the Argentine Grammy for Best Instrumental Tango Album in 2021.