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Andrea Tessa

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Birth name  Andrea Tessa Vergara
Name  Andrea Tessa
Origin  Santiago, Chile
Role  Singer-songwriter

Instruments  Vocals
Albums  Tribute, Leaving Home
Years active  1979-present
Genres  Latin pop, Jazz
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Occupation(s)  Singer, composer, TV presenter
Parents  Victoria Vergara Olguin, Patricio Tessa Marchant
Similar People  Juan Carlos Duque, Cecilia Echenique, Valentin Trujillo, Christian Galvez, Fernando Ubiergo

Andrea Tessa Vergara (born 1961,Santiago) is a Chilean singer-songwriter, TV presenter and actress of Italian descent. Daughter of the operatic soprano Victoria Vergara Olguín and Patricio Tessa Marchant. She studied at Scuola Italiana de Santiago.


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She started her musical career in 1979, singing "Decir te Quiero" in Viña del Mar International Song Festival, a song written by Scottie Scott, winning for "Best Interpreter".

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Her first album was Páginas (1996), followed by Equipaje Clandestino (2002), Tribute (2007) and Leaving Home (2008) which won Best Album of the Year in the 2011 APES awards.

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She was the host of the television show Más Música from 1984–1992. In 1989 she debuted as an actress in the TV movie Bravo. She appeared as the vocal coach of the Italian chorus (Italian immigrants or descendents) in the TV show Todos a Coro hosted by Rafael Araneda and Karen Doggenweiler. She and her chorus won second place.

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  • Páginas (1996)
  • Equipaje Clandestino (2002)
  • Concierto de Oraciones (2004)
  • Tribute (2007)
  • Leaving Home (2008)
  • Filmography

  • Bravo (1989) (TV)
  • References

    Andrea Tessa Wikipedia

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