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BIO

We all tell a story and this is the story of talent,  preparation, perseverance and entrepreneurship of Solange Freyre.

Solange was born in Buenos Aires and studied lyrical singing, dancing and acting.

 

She debuts in 1997 playing Mina, the leading role of "Dracula: The Musical" (directed by Pepe Cibrián and produced by Tito Lectoure) both in the Luna Park Stadium in Buenos Aires as well as the 2000 national tour.

 

She continues performing at several events and concerts, most of them singing a Broadway repertoire.

 

In the year 2000, she plays Eliza Doolittle in My Fair Lady, in the theater "El Nacional" in Buenos Aires, under the direction of Mick Gordon and Luis Romero, and the production of Alejandro Romay.

 

She leaves Argentina and travels to New York in search of new challenges, art studies, and international opportunities. There she studies Musical Comedy at the NYU, and she is prepared in dancing, acting and singing under the tutelage of private teachers.

 

She finishes her New Yorker experience when she gets hired as the star of the Onboard Crystal Cruise fleet shows, moves to Los Angeles and performs in two worldwide tours.

 

She arrives in Madrid in 2002 where she plays in productions both of her own and others' such: "Antología de la Zarzuela", "Broadway Baby", "Cavarieté", etc.

 

She writes and directs numerous plays for kids and children's musicals, produced as a franchise all over Spain.

 

In 2010 Solange begins to venture with tango repertoires joining Fabian Carbone in his show "Milonguero".

 

In 2011, creates, produces, directs and stars her own innovative tango show "The New Urban Tango", managing to take it to the Nuevo Alcalá Theater, also producing its soundtrack CD distributed through iTunes, Amazon and Spotify.

 

She also becomes part of the cast of the Spanish production of the musical "The Sound of Music".

 

While preparing her one-woman show, she sings at tango concerts, several musical shows, and auditions for the TV show "Spain´s Got Talent".

 

At the audition, she gets a way to smoothly intertwine songs from The Phantom of the Opera, Cabaret, and Les Miserables which grants her the Golden Buzzer taking her right to the semi-final generating an outstanding international repercussion.

 

Because of her performance as Roxy Hart from the musical Chicago, she is known as "the new breakthrough Argentine artist in Spain".

 

At the final round of Got Talent Spain, Solange takes the international audience to an emotional state, through a unique version of "Don't cry for me Argentina", singing this theme as she dances "with the difficulty of doing it with a choreography and maintaining the tone as she has done."

 

In May 2017 Solange stages her show "Broadway Baby" in the famous Maipo Theatre in Buenos Aires, with excellent reviews.

 

She currently shares her time between Spain and Argentina, where she has recently opened her own Solo Show, DIARIO DE UN AMA DE CASA, directed by Valeria Ambrosio.