Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Spanish musician Javier Limon is awarded by the UN

Spanish musician Javier Limon is awarded by the United Nations musician, composer and music producer Javier Limón will be awarded in New York on June 30 during the celebration of the Seventh Annual Awards Gala Women Together, the UN General Assembly together. The organization has decided to give this award to the Spanish musician "for the invaluable work of dissemination of flamenco that developed years ago, through his contribution, genius and creativity to strengthen the presence and recognition of this kind in many countries," according to communication cabinet.

Javier Limón (Madrid, 1973), which currently heads the label Casa Limón and is visiting professor at the prestigious Berklee of Music in Boston (USA.), Has produced and composed for Enrique Morente, Estrella Morente, Paco de Lucia and Bebo and Cigala, and has won five Grammy awards and three Latin Music Awards.

In this year, Women Together also awards the young Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Adolfo Dudamel Ramírez (Venezuela, 1981) for "his great work of educating young people through music." The Together Women Association is a nonprofit organization created in 1996 in partnership with the United Nations whose main goal is to help end poverty in the world.

Women Together Awards are awarded annually to women, men, companies and institutions for their business careers and become symbols and icons and set an example for future generations. Personalities like Hillary Clinton, Antonio Banderas, Mario Testino, Jean Goodall, Shakira, Queen Rania of Jordan, institutions such as Banco Santander, Fundacion La Caixa, or companies such as Mango and Toyota have won this award in previous

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