The Spanish singer, Marta Sanchez”s visit to Cuba on the 13th of May 13th has caught the attention of the Spanish pop lovers, both local and foreigner.
Known as the Queen of the Spanish pop, Sanchez will participate in the cultural gala that, every year, convenes at the National Center for Sex Education (Cenesex) in the context of the Day Against Homophobia.
The Avellaneda Hall of the National Theater of Cuba will host the event. Also participating are the Chilean group, Los Quintanas, Cuban singer Cucu Diamantes, Camerata Romeu, the dance company Acosta Dance and Mano a Mano choir.
At the gala, the Cenesex Award will be given to individuals and institutions that have contributed with their life and work to the recognition and guarantee of sexual rights relating to sexual orientation and gender identity.
Produced by Venezuelan musician and composer Andres Levin, the evening will reserve space to honor Argentinians activists Diana Sacayán and Lohana Berkins, who both dead last year.
With more than seven million albums sold worldwide, Sanchez has won thousands of music lovers in the world with her Olé Olé group. In 1993, she began her solo career with the album Mujer.
During her career, the singer has recorded several duets, an example of these are the songs Colgando en tus Manos, with Venezuelan Carlos Baute and 21 días,and with Mexican Carlos Rivera.