Cuban singer Lucrecia was awarded the Premio Latino de Oro [Latin Gold Award] for Best Female Singer at the Latin Film and Music Awards, held on May 13, 2017, at the Marbella Congress Hall (Marbella, Spain).
Lucrecia Pérez Sáez, whose artistic name is Lucrecia, has been living in Barcelona since 1993. She graduated from the Cuba’s Superior Institute of Art, specializing in piano, and she was a soloist with the Anacaona Orchestra.
She has participated in successful programs in Spain, such as the famous children’s show Los Lunnis. She has also edited 13 albums of Cuban or tropical music with songs written by her and her parents.
Lucrecia has also shown her talents as a writer. Her published books include Besitos de chocolate. Cuentos de mi infancia (2004), El valle de la ternura (2005), and Todos los colores del mundo (2008). [. . .]
For original article (in Spanish), see http://premioslatino.es/lucrecia-premio-latino-oro-la-mejor-cantante-femenina-2017/ and http://www.diariodecuba.com/cultura/1494607647_31081.html