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Tania Libertad
Hometown: Peru
Web site: http://www.tania-libertad.com
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Biography:
Tania Libertad
She was born in Peru, and has been based in Mexico for more than 20 years. Her extraordinary career has taken her to all the great concert stages in the world.

With 36 CD releases, and with sales of over 4 million, her work has been hailed throughout the Americas, Europe and Africa.
Her most recent recordings Costa Negra and Negro Color have established her as one of the most important singers in World Music .

In recent years she has performed successful concerts in France, Italy, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Holland, England, Morocco, Angola, Senegal, the United States, Peru, Ecuador, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Uruguay, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, El Salvador, Argentina, Brazil and Mexico.

Tania Libertad represents fearlessness and freedom, tastefulness and vocal virtuosity, absolute integrity, passion and commitment to life and to humanity. In recognition she has been named HONORARY UNESCO PEACE AMBASSADOR . She has also received the title of " COMENDADORA " by the government of Peru and the ORDER OF RIO BRANCO by the Brazilian government.

The emotion her singing elicits in the listener is summarized in a beautiful quote from the great Nobel Prize-winning Portuguese author Jose Saramago:

"The first time I heard Tania Libertad sing,
it was a revelation from on high - from a place where only a naked voice might go,
alone in the world,
unaccompanied by any instrument.
Tania was singing the Rafael Alberti composition "La Paloma" acapella,
and each note touched a string in my soul until I was completely dazzled."
Josť Saramago













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