Arminda Cantero sacrified everything in order to achieve what she truly wanted: to become a great pianist. As a precocious teenager, under a man’s pseudonym, she supported her family by playing tangos on the radio. Later in time, she became a strict piano teacher, until she suffered a car accident, surviving miraculously. At the age of 60, she moved to New York, where her talent was finally acknowledged. She recorded several albums, made tours in Europe and Japan and ended up her career at the age of 70 with a standing ovation at the Carnegie Hall.