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Returning to the stage, renowned Venezuelan-duo Servando y Florentino, with their highly anticipated new tour “En Tu Ciudad Tour.” The tour will consist of their most recent hits such as "Te Encontro" and "Los Cachos," as well as the classics,...More Info
Returning to the stage, renowned Venezuelan-duo Servando y Florentino, with their highly anticipated new tour “En Tu Ciudad Tour.” The tour will consist of their most recent hits such as "Te Encontro" and "Los Cachos," as well as the classics, “Una Fan Enamorada,” “Una Canción Que Te Enamore,” “Muchacho Solitario” and “Alíviame.”For more information, visit EnTuCiudadTour.com.
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• All ticket holders are encouraged, but not required, to be fully vaccinated or have a negative Antigen test taken within 24 hours or a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours before entering The Theatre at Ace Hotel.
• Masks are strongly recommended.
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Brothers Servando and Florentino Primera, a popular Venezuelan pop duo billed as Servando y Florentino, experienced remarkable success at a young age; first, as adolescent singers in La Orquesta Salserín, and subsequently as a teenage salsa-pop act overseen for a while by Ricardo Montaner. Born in Baruta, Servando (August 27, 1980) and Florentino (August 31, 1981) are offspring of Alí Primera, a well-regarded musician, poet, composer, and political activist. The brothers began their recording careers in the mid-'90s as part of La Orquesta Salserín, a salsa-pop orchestra of kids under the guidance of Manuel Guerra. La Orquesta Salserín debuted in 1993 with La Orquesta Infantil del Mundo, released by Columbia Records, and returned three years later with Con Mucho Swing (1996). Driven by the hit single "De Sol a Sol," which benefited from its association with a telenovela of the same name, Con Mucho Swing became an international success for La Orquesta Salserín. In turn, the brothers broke away from the band and formed a salsa-pop act of their own, Servando y Florentino. Latin pop superstar Ricardo Montaner executive produced their debut album, Los Primera (1998), and wrote many of the songs, including the hit singles "Un Fan Enamorada" and "Aliviame," the former a chart-topper featured on the telenovela Todo por Tu Amor (1996). Sergio George also had a hand in Los Primera, co-writing a couple songs with Servando, including "Los Hermanos Primera." Following this breakthrough success, Servando y Florentino capitalized on their star power with a film, Muchacho Solitario (1999), which was accompanied by a soundtrack. Once again, Montaner penned the key hits, "Muchacho Solitario" and "Te Regalo la Luna," but didn't contribute anything to the brothers' next album, Paso a Paso (2000). Instead, Yasmil Marrufo co-wrote the songs with Servando; however, the album didn't perform well in the marketplace and consequently led to the termination of Servando y Florentino's relationship with WEA Latina, which was finalized with the release of Grandes Exitos (2001). A half-decade later, the brothers made a surprising comeback with Servando y Florentino (2006), released by Universal Music Latino in partnership with Venevision. Again written primarily by Marrufo and Servando, with both performing much of the music as well, Servando y Florentino exhibited a more mature and contemporary style. Impressively, the album spawned a few hits, most notably "Una Cancion Que Te Enamore," and earned the brothers a Grammy nomination for Best Pop Album by a Duo or Group with Vocals.
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