Guatemalan singer-songwriter Ricardo Arjona presented his new work "Arjona Metamorfosis en vivo," a documentary DVD gathering together the best portions of his latest concert tour.
"It's complicated to compress a year and six months of touring into two hours," the singer acknowledged, saying that at the beginning it cost a great deal to get this tour under way because of its spectacular stage.
The production was very complicated because "it was a bit different from what we were accustomed to," Arjona said.
Included on the DVD are parts of concerts in New York, Puerto Rico, Miami, Buenos Aires, Guatemala and Colombia, among others. There are also images of the first concert, in Toluca, Mexico, a city which over the past 12 years has become "a good-luck charm" for Arjona's tours.
"We began here 12 years ago. Things went very well for us on tour. I'm very superstitious and I said that we should always start in that spot," he said.
On the DVD, the public will be able to relive some of the Guatemalan artist's hits including numbers such as "El problema," "Dime que no," "Historia de taxi" and "Mujeres," among others.
On Thursday, certain fortunate fans of the artist will be able to get an advance look at the documentary in several U.S. and Latin American movie theaters. EFE