Martín Oliva and Adriana Céliz are from the province of Córdoba, in Argentina. They invite us to have a trip through the Argentinian traditional music, with their own compositions and interpretations of the popular songs of the country. Martin, contemporaneous singer and author, takes nevertheless his musical inspiration in the roots of the local folklore. This minimalist and spiritual singing is sometimes based on the very anchored folklore repertoire, in the same way as Atahualpa Yupanqui or songs like Alfonsina y el mar, from Ariel Ramírez and Félix Luna, inspired from the postmodern Argentinian poet Alfonsina Stormi. But the most often, it takes live through original compositions. Thanks to his artistical talent, he participated in international festivals, winning several prices as best interpreter and vocalist. He also shared the scene with Mercedes Sosa, Juan Falú, Dúo Coplanacu, el Chango Faría Gomez, amongst others. Adriana Celiz is an engaged artist, representing his country in different festivals through Latin America. Her career comes from her learning and artistic investigations in countries like Chili, Ecuador, Brazil and Colombia, of their rhythms, of the wealth of their poetries, cords instruments and percussions. All that expressing through the engagement of her songs.All that learning naturally led her to teaching that she gives in several cultural centres in Argentina. She also participated to numerous collective projects organized in her country.