|Statement||[photography by] Alexis Rodriguez-Duarte ; in collaboration with Tico Torres ; featuring essays by Liz Balmaseda, Guillermo Cabrera Infante, Lydia Martin.|
|Genre||Anecdotes., Pictorial works.|
|Contributions||Rodriguez-Duarte, Alexis, 1962-, Torres, Tico.|
|LC Classifications||ML420.C957 P74 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||150 p. :|
|Number of Pages||150|
|ISBN 10||1400082021, 140008203X|
|LC Control Number||2005270636|
COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . When she was alive, Celia Cruz never granted anyone total access to her life story and photo archive. Finally, comes a book that chronicles her own story, in her own words. From her modest childhood in Cuba to her exile years in Mexico to her remarkable career and life in America, Celia was a woman of contrasts/5(16). From her modest childhood in Cuba, to her exile years in Mexico, to her remarkable career and life in America, Celia Cruz -- the Queen of Salsa -- was a woman of contradictions. Her flamboyant costumes clashed with her simple and straightforward demeanor. She was open and accessible to her fans, but staunchly private about her personal life/5(21). Beloved, influential, and prolific singer-songwriter Celia Cruz was one of the most successful salsa artists in the 20th century. As a young woman, she sang her way into the hearts of radio listeners throughout her native Cuba and charmed the hearts of audiences as the lead singer of a renowned Cuban orchestra.
This bilingual book allows young readers to enter Celia Cruz's life as she becomes a well-known singer in her homeland of Cuba, then moves to New York City and Miami where she and others create a new type of music called salsa/5(35). Celia Cruz: My Life- Book Review Written By Colette Byfield Once in a while a truly memorable celebrity biography is written and this is one of them. Published in , a year after the death of Celia Cruz, this story bursts with all of the conviviality and energy as if /5. Alexis Rodríguez-Duarte is a New York based art photographer born in Havana, Cuba and is the author of a book entitled, Presenting Celia Cruz. In he and his parents were among Cuban exiles who left the island aboard the humanitarian air lifts called the Freedom Flights. “Presenting Celia Cruz” is their first book collaboration. They have worked together and separately on photo shoots. Torres is a stylist. “We’re good friends,” he said. “It’s fun. We’ve always had goals. We’ve always known that there would be a book someday. It’s a very interesting teamwork.” Rodriguez-Duarte readily agreed.
Picks and Pans Review: Presenting Celia Cruz. Unfortunately, the text in this book fails to put Cruz—an ambassador of Cuban music and culture who left Cuba shortly after Castro’s revolution. Celia Cruz, Queen of Salsa is a children's picture book written by Veronica Chambers and illustrated by Julie Maren. It is a biographical picture book of Celia Cruz the Queen of Salsa. Mid-September to Mid-October, at least in my part of the world is Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month, which I plan to read one children's book, particularly a biography, which pertains to the subject /5. Presenting Celia Cruz at The Cuban Museum. Cuba Out of Cuba Exhibit at MDC Museum of Art & Design. Celia Cruz at the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait GalleryAs seen in Presenting Celia CruzA L E X I S R O D R I G U E Z-D U A R T EP H O T O G R A P H Yin Collaboration withTICO TORRES. Presented in colorful illustrations, this book is about the life of Latin/Salsa singer Celia Cruz. Each double-page spread is presented in both English and Spanish. She describes her family, culture, and lifestyle in Cuba, and the determination it took to confront and overcome obstacles to her singing/5.