Roberto Carlos

Creative director, “Boleros de Noche”, musician, Tres Souls

Creative director of “Boleros de Noche” and musician, Tres Souls

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“In my highs and my lows, in times where I've been in love and times where I had my heart broken, bolero has always been there,” says Roberto Carlos, founder of “Boleros de Noche,” a…

‘Boleros de Noche’ concert series celebrates 5 years of LA shows with Gaby Moreno

“In my highs and my lows, in times where I've been in love and times where I had my heart broken, bolero has always been there,” says Roberto Carlos, founder of “Boleros de Noche,” a…

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