VIDEOS: Ricky Martin causes euphoria on his return to the stage | shows

The Puerto Rican artist Ricky Martin He returned to the stage in a series of concerts framed in his new proposal ‘Ricky Martin Symphonic‘.

The voice of ‘Sharks’ delighted an estimated 10,000 fans yesterday, who gathered at the Movistar Arena, in Argentina, in the first of three concerts that will last until this Thursday.

The show was described as “a dream” and just like at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the performer joined his talents with that of 52 musicians, under the direction of Ezequiel Silberstein.

“It is the realization of a dream of Ricky Martin to be able to harmonize his musical universe in the same orbit with the classic style without losing his identity and thus lead the public to live a new experience through the most important hits of his career. to the most recent ones”, it was specified in writing.

The Puerto Rican, who last week performed in Colombia, led the public on a journey through some of his best-known songs, “which have been part of his musical memory for almost four decades” such as: “Tal Vez” , “With Your Name”, “Volverás”, “Fire at Night, Snow by Day”, “Come Pa Ca”, “Shot to the Heart” and “The Love of my Life”.

The day before, his Argentine fans welcomed the Puerto Rican with cheers, according to a video shared by the artist himself, in which hundreds of people are seen in front of the hotel where he was staying. Martin greeted them and danced for them. He even went down and shared with some of them.

“They are my vice”

“They are my vice. Always grateful for so much love. Many years together and what is missing. Let’s go for more of my family,” the singer anticipated at the bottom of the publication on Instagram.

After the conclusion of the day of presentations in Argentina, the shows will continue at Quinta Vergara in Viña del Mar, Chile, on December 3 and 4.

On the other hand, in his facet as an actor, the series Mr. American Pie, for Apple TV+, is pending release.

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