ÚN.- Concert Cecilia Todd and the Cuban troubadours were closed on Tuesday with a delivery act Noel Nicol Music Prize to the famous Venezuelan folklorist in the Che Guevara Hall in the Casa de las Americas.
With a rich history along with a devoted song of Latin American peoples, the laureate spread the sound art of his country for half a century on stage from different latitudes.
Dear at the international level for her professional work as a vocalist with extensive records and an expert translator of Venezuelan cuatro Todd, she managed to combine the most sophisticated musical technologies with the traditional statement about the communities of her nation.
Global polls rate Cecilia Todd's first album, Pajarillo Verde, of the 100 best albums of the 20th century, which she recorded at the age of 21.
The singer-songwriter participated in concerts and productions by musicians from different countries, such as Joan Manuel Serrat, Chico Buark, Astor Piazzolla, Silvio Rodriguez, Pablo Milanes, Mercedes Sosa and Luba Maria Gevia,
The Noel Nicola prize was named after one of the founders of the Nueva Trova Cubana and was created by the project for the Ibero-American song Canto de Todos, the Barnasants music festival and the Cuban Institute of Music.
The first edition of the lauro was held in 2015, when the Uruguayan singer and songwriter was awarded Daniel VigliettiThey also received confessions similar to others. Silvio Rodriguez and Vicente Feliu,
Minister of Culture, Ernesto Vilegas, congratulated Todd on this admission he received.