With a high-level artistic display, the delegations were made up of the competitions that took place this weekend at the Sarmiento Theater. There were more than 80 participants between both contests that seek to stage the best of local talent in folk music and dance.
With a large audience and a jury made up of Cecilia Calvet, Juan Luis Miguel and Mariano Montaña in Pre Cosquín dance; Claudia Pirán, Tito Medina and Analía Garcetti in Pre Cosquín music; Cecilia Calvet, Juan Luis Miguel and Carlos Campos in Pre Laborde Dance and Claudia Pirán and Tito Medina in Pre Laborde music, this is how the delegations were formed:
San Juan performs in the first round at Pre Cosquín Córdoba on January 5 and 6, those who go to the final will return on January 17 and 18.
Singing soloist: Ángeles Domínguez y Whipala.
Vocal duo: Torzal Duo.
Vocal ensemble: Trío Los Barros.
Unpublished song: Young Cantor.
Stylized dance partner: Escalante – Tramontín.
Traditional dance partner: Quiles – Aguilera.
Malambo soloist: Emiliano Zárate.
Dance ensemble: Riveros Luna, dance company.
The San Juan delegation arrives in Laborde with a runner-up who this year aspires to be the champion, Sergio Salazar. He will be accompanied by a delegation that will compete in the following areas on January 14.
Malambo elder: Jonathan Villalón.
Special youth Malambo: Germán Exequiel Vargas.
Juvenile Malambo: Santiago Manrique.
Malambo as counterpoint to better move: Mauro Hidalgo.
Veteran Malambo: Mariano Montaña.
Malambo combined quartet: Almarcha, Rivero, Ortiz, Salazar (Los surcos).
Dance couple: Gómez – Pérez.
Singing soloist: Oscar Pelletier.
National countrywoman: Daiana Ruarte.