Alejandro Fernández takes over the Auditorio Nacional

The singer filled with romanticism the auditorium in Mexico City.
Alejandro Fernández gave an energetic performance. (Photo: Felipe Trueba/Archivo EFE)
Cristina Pineda
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As usual, Alejandro Fernández shook and filled with energy the Auditorio Nacional in a presentation of his "Confidencias" tour, a night on which he reviewed his top hits without neglecting his love for the traditional mariachi and tequila.

The ovations did not wait for the Mexican singer, who took to the stage at 8:50 p.m. to thank the audience in the first of two scheduled dates in the Auditorio Nacional.

In front of a rectangular screen, and wearing a dark gray suit, he began his repertoire with "Cóncavo y Convexo" and "Se me va la Voz".

"It's a real pleasure to be here with family, friends and, of course, all of you. We returned with a lot of love with these 'Confidencias' (confidences) confidences and now they will be more real than ever before. We will have an amazing night looking forward to forget all the problems as soon as you enter the doors here, because we are going to have a great time," expressed Fernández before singing "Cuando canto tu nombre."

Nine musicians and three choristers accompanied him on songs such as "Qué voy a hacer" and "Hoy tengo ganas de ti", and then he introduced "Te Amaré", saying that it is the first song that made him fall in love.

"We're going to come as in the living room of our house. I need help to sing these songs that were made hits thanks to you", he said before taking a seat and go acoustic with "Me Dediqué a Perderte," "No Olvidar" and "Si Supieras."

A 11-mariachi band also was at hand to accompany Alejandro when he put on a black and red charro outfit, in order to sing "Dónde vas tan sola" and other songs from his more traditional repertoire.

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