Grammy winning composer Yalil Guerra celebrates 30 years of music with free concert in Los Angeles

Top Quote Yalil Guerra will present to the audience the best of his most recent repertoire, as well as a brief retrospective of Cuban classical music of the XIX and XX century. End Quote
  • Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA (1888PressRelease) April 23, 2013 - Award-winning Cuban composer and guitarist Yalil Guerra will be celebrating 30 years in the music industry on Saturday April 27, 2013, 7:00 p.m. at The Glendale Public Library. The show will be a free concert as an acknowledgment to a community that has adopted him after arriving in the U.S. from Cuba via Spain.

    Mr. Guerra received the Latin Grammy in 2012 for Best Contemporary Classical Composition. He is also known as the youngest Cuban musician ever to win an international competition. His music has been played by the Santa Cecilia Orchestra, Corpus Christy Symphony, North and South Chamber Orchestra, Ensemble Soloists of La Havana and The Brentwood Westwood Symphony.

    "Music is an universal language. It goes beyond political and religious creeds. My music is meant to unite and communicate love to the audience, to elevate our sense of self, and open our consciousness to find our true purpose in life" said Guerra.

    The Glendale Public Library is located at: 222 East Harvard Street, Glendale.

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