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Dia de la Hispanidad: Day of the Hispanic World

Oct 16, 2010
7:30 p.m.

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In celebration of the Dia de la Hispanidad: 26th Annual Day of the Hispanic World,  the Institute of Hispanic Culture presents a professional theatrical production of Hispanic folkloric music and dance, culminating in a performance by pop sensation Cristian Castro.

Cristian Castro, Grammy Award-nominated Mexican pop singer, is one of the best selling and beloved Latin artists. He has worked with renown Latin producers including Kike Santander, Rudy Pérez, and Richard Daniel Roman. After participating in various telenovelas and recording some albums as a teenager, Castro began his singing career in 1992 with the release of Agua Nueva. Castro dedicated a song to Puerto Rico in his second album, Un Segundo En El Tiempo, as a way of thanking the Puerto Rican public for supporting his career. His song, Nunca Voy a Olvidarte, became his first number-one hit at the Hot Latin Tracks charts in 1993 helped launched his career.

In 1994, Cristian released "El Camino Del Alma". The album hit, Mañana, meaning Tomorrow, a song composed by Mexican singer, Juan Gabriel which was titled, Mañana, Mañana. In 1995, he released the single Morelia for the novela of the same name. In 1996, Cristian released El Deseo De Oir Tu Voz (The Wish To Hear Your Voice) which featured hits such as Morelia, Amor, Amarte a Ti, and the title track.

In 1997, Castro left Fonovisa and signed with BMG for the release of Lo Mejor De Mi. In June 26, 2007, Castro released his first mariachi album, El Indomable, which was produced by Vicente Fernandez, and released the single from the album, "Tu Retirada".
 

Also featuring:
The Colombian Folkloric Ballet
Ambassadors International Ballet Folklorico
Chilean Folklife
Danmar Academy of Performing Arts
Laeral Dance Company, and
Mixteco Ballet Folklorico

Presented by Institute of Hispanic Culture.

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