Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Isabel Pantoja, Award of Honor Music Awards

Isabel Pantoja has been awarded the Honor Award at the XV edition of the Music Awards awarded by the Academy of Arts and Sciences of Music. With this award, the singer during the gala will be held on 18 May at the Madrid Theatre Coliseum artery, the Academy has recognized "the talent of the artist as an interpreter and unquestionable quality of his long career." The academy members have reviewed the career of Isabel Pantoja meets the merits "higher" to receive the Honor Award, organizers said.

Throughout his career, Isabel Pantoja "has managed to pick up the baton of the best historical interpreters of the genre, with an accent and personality, keep raising the couplet, and expand its international dimension," says the academy. Isabel Pantoja has been able to pick up the baton of the best historical interpreters of the genre Despite being long the song a genre that some have encouraged the media and the currents of time, Isabel Pantoja became "the driving force behind its revitalization, "according to the academy.

Born in Sevilla, Isabel Pantoja flamenco belongs to a dynasty of recognized merit and long distance. With only seven years, the artist rose for the first time on stage, that of the Teatro San Fernando in Seville, during a tribute to Juanito Valderrama and Dolores Abril. In Madrid, at age 17, he met the teacher Solano, one the greatest exponents of the Spanish song.

After being part of the flamenco art painting of "The pen of the Moors" for three years, debuted in January 1974 at the Teatro Calderón in Madrid and made his first foray into recording. His success came in 1977 with the album Nina Isabela, including issues like sin I want you. In late November 1985 the album was released Sailor of lights, with José Luis Perales as fundamental copyright issues.

More than a million copies sold showed the overwhelming success with issues like now wish to confess, he was my life or thinking of you. Following the publication in 1986 of an anthology of his success in 1988 was published from Andalusia, with songs from popular Mexican performer and songwriter Juan Gabriel, containing one of the themes in the artist's career Seville, Make me yours again.

In 1989 he published the soul is love me, recorded in Milan, an album that kept the public's favor. Their success has been, always accompanied with the support of his followers, to which the moment is his latest work, Isabel Pantoja, published in 2010. Throughout the various editions of the Music Awards, artists like Maria Dolores Pradera, Raphael, Montserrat Caballé, Enrique Morente, Miguel Rios and Paco de Lucia has been awarded the Award of Honor awarded by the academy.

Isabel Pantoja, and there are four special awards that the Academy will present this year. Carmen Linares will collect the award for Lifetime, Albert Hammond will receive the Award of Honor Latino, the Bienal de Flamenco de Sevilla and the International Festival of Cante de las Minas de la Unión (Murcia) will receive the award for Broadcast, and Alejandro Sanz The award for Best Tour.

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