After listening to Romance Latino,
you will feel transported to a warm and magical place near the ocean,
where the natives dance till dawn.
We have been performing together for 8
years in some of the countrys most prestigious venues, including
the Waldorf Astoria in New York City, the Four Seasons Hotel in
Philadelphia and the Renaissance Hotel in Washington D.C. The events
range from weddings and bar mitzvahs to all types of corporate affairs,
including the Award Ceremony for AMC for the year 2000.
Our specialty is music from South America and the Caribbean, sung
in Spanish, Portuguese or English and performed in its most authentic
form, including salsa, merengue, bossa nova, samba, cumbia, reggae,
soca, bolero, cha-cha and tango. Cecilia Tenconi is Romance Latinos
bandleader, born and raised in Buenos Aires , Argentina, she has
made New York City her home, allowing her to capture the essence
of the truly bicultural experience between Latin and American music.
Romance Latinos band members are all full time professional
musicians with extensive credits and experience in the music business.
The same musicians could provide you with the elegance of classical
music or the sophistication of a jazz trio for the ceremony or cocktail
hour, as well as the high energy of dance music, both Latin and
American for a lively affair.
The band is available in several different configurations, from
a trio for smaller affairs to an eight piece band
with a three piece horn section. We are dedicated to tailor the
music to your needs, planning ahead, to make your event enjoyable
and worry free.
Cecilia Tenconi is a multitalented vocalist,
saxophone, flute and clarinet player. She holds a BA from Berklee
College of Music and an MA from City College of New York. Her credits
include live performances, recordings and tours with an array of
internationally acclaimed stars, from the Latin, Jazz and Pop Music
worlds, such as Ray Barretto, Chico OFarrill Big Band, Diva,
Tania Maria, Arrow, David Kikoski, Herbie Mann, Manhattan Transfer,
Bette Midler, Frank Colon, Patato Valdez and Vickie Sue Robinson.
She has traveled the world, performing at some of the best known
music festivals, including, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival,
Stockholm Water Festival in Sweden, Festival Musique de Rue in Nimes,
France, Standard Bank Jazz Festival in South Africa and the Kings
Palace in Morocco.