HAVANA, Nov 24th (PL) The young Cuban-Italian singer Mónica Marziota will offer a concert in Havana in the context of the 20th edition of the Week of Italian Culture in Cuba, the organizers of the event reaffirm today.
The show will take place in the theater of the National Museum of Fine Arts (MNBA), in the Cuban Art building of this capital, where the artist will share the stage with the Italian singer-songwriter Nicoló Fabi, winner along with Marziota of the Lunezia prize for his personal work .
Marziota received last August the Lunezia international Latin world award, in the northern Tuscan town of Aulla, province of Massa-Carrara.
Soprano and singer-songwriter, graduated from the Cuban Art School System and graduated at the top level in the specialty of Lyric Singing, at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome, she is the first member of the catalog of the Cuban Music Institute to receive this recognition.
The lauro, created in 1996, was conferred in the official contest, to performers of the stature of Andrea Bocelli, Laura Pausini, Gianni Morandi, Vasco Rossi, Ligabue, Ivano Fossati, Fabrizio De André, Claudio Baglioni, Elisa, I Pooh, Mauro Pagani, Negramaro, and Charles Aznavour, among others.
The artist was a soloist singer of the Jazz concert in Havana, presented by Maestro Ruy López-Nussa at the Hispano-American Cultural Center and The whole music: profane and sacred, in the concert hall Iglesia de Paula with the English organist Jonny Liebek.
Marziota sings in several languages and ventures into different musical genres, and is currently studying in the specialty of Musicology at the University of Rome La Sapienza.