Italian-descendent Silvana Armentaro began singing when she was a child, later, attending guitar, piano, and foreign language classes. The talented singer/songwriter composed for the first time at the age of nine, soon, participating in a local TV show called Dios y Los Niños. In 1992, Silvana Armentaro represented Argentina at OTI's festival with a song called "Juntos, Tú y Yo" and at San Remo's festival in 1996, singing "Senza Tuo Amore." After releasing a self-titled album, Silvana Armentaro made Rios de Agua Viva, featuring songs in Spanish, English, and Italian.
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