To applause, Omara Portuondo is nominated for the Latin Grammy at the age of 92

With his most recent album entitled Lifethe artist joins a line-up of talented musicians who will tremble at the sound of their names when the On November 16, the twenty-fourth edition of the event will be held for the first time in Seville, Spain.

This is evident from an announcement issued on Tuesday by Latin Recording Academy, productions complete the list Tierra, Songs By Cuban Women, by Estrella Acosta and Live Symphonic Tour National Auditorium, by La Sonora Santanera.

It should be noted that Omara received the Grammy for Musical Excellence in 2019.

On November 5, 2009, he won the Latin Grammy Award in the category Best Contemporary Tropical Album, with Thank you, but what is relevant is that she becomes the first Cuban artist in her country to win this prestigious award and receive it with her own hands. In the album, Omara tours through her 60 years of artistic career, with special participation from the Cuban Pablo Milanés, the Uruguayan Jorge Drexler and the Brazilian Chico Buarque.

Now, at the age of 92, he hopes to win again in this very demanding category.

Source: El heraldo