MADRID, Spain.- Cuban singer Aymée Nuviola will be part of the cast of artists who will participate in the 23rd Annual Latin Grammy Awards, which will take place on November 17 at the Michelob Ultra Arena in Las Vegas.
the news was confirmed this Monday by the Latin Grammy Academy from its official Instagram account.
The also actress did not take long to react and from the same social network thanked to the Academy and Univisión for allowing him to be part of the awards ceremony.
“Confirmed and grateful for this great honor. (…) Long live Latin music”, said the singer.
The 49-year-old Cuban, known as La Sonera del Mundo, will sing alongside renowned international artists such as Christina Aguilera, Jorge Drexler, Rosalía, Marc Anthony, Camilo, Sin Bandera, Nicky Jam, Carlos Vives and Sebastián Yatra, among others. .
The gala will be hosted by the Italian Laura Pausini, the Puerto Rican Luis Fonsi, the Brazilian Anita and the Mexican Thalía, who will deliver the statuettes to the winners of each category.
Aymée Nuviola, who has already won a Grammy and a Latin Grammy, at the edition of the Latin Grammy 2022 is nominated in the category of Best Tropical Album, together with Gonzalo Rubalcava, for the album Gonzalo Rubalcava and Aimée Nuviola live in Marciac.
In addition to being a singer, pianist and composer, the Havanan has ventured into acting, where her interpretation of the “Queen of Salsa” stands out. Celia Cruzin the Colombian novel Celia, premiered in 2015.
Last October Nuviola premiere together with the Spanish musician Melendi the song “Pan for Yolanda”, which reflects the reality of Cuba “in a poetic, unique way, that touches the soul and heart of all Cubans who listen to it”.
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