Cristián Alejandro in Concert

Time has gone by, but the steps led to the same place. The rendezvous now brought us a Cristián Alejandro full of present-day sounds, with a dominion of the scene similar to that of the greats and a repertoire that enabled him to display a strong, eloquent and mature work.

By Janet Silva

Time has gone by, but the steps led to the same place. The rendezvous now brought us a Cristián Alejandro full of present-day sounds, with a dominion of the scene similar to that of the greats and a repertoire that enabled him to display a strong, eloquent and mature work. He reappears before us with his electric guitar, grown but without losing tenderness - like a well-established singer and composer - after spending almost a year going around the world opening the concerts of Francisco Céspedes, which brought about his absence from our stages. Eight years back, this same theater hall of the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes opened its doors to him for his graduation concert, and if on that occasion he enraptured the audience, now he emerges as a true victor.

Several characteristics support his being described as such: charismatic, excellent figure, histrionic qualities, class, ...

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