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Angela Carrasco

Ángela Altagracia Carrasco Rodríguez (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, January 23, 1951) known as Ángela Carrasco , is a Dominican singer.

Prior to her success in singing, Carrasco participated as an actress in 1975 representing María Magdalena in the Spanish version of the opera-rock Jesus Christ Superstar, with Camilo Sesto; besides acting in several musical works and Spanish television programs.

In her more than 30 years of career and with several recorded records, Ángela Carrasco has won several musical awards. In 2009, she was honored with a Special Cassandra at the XXV edition of the Casandra Awards in the Dominican Republic, and in 2015 she was awarded the prize for musical excellence at the Latin Grammy Awards for her artistic contributions.

Angela_Carrasco’s Biography

Carrasco was born on January 23, 1951 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. She is the daughter of Blas de Jesús Carrasco Gómez, a guitarist who had formed a music academy, and Ángela Rodríguez, a singer who was never able to exercise because of her family responsibilities. It is the fourth of seven brothers.

At the age of seven he made his first foray into the world of advertising, interpreting the theme of an ad for a drink. He appeared with his father in an audience of his country playing a song by the Dominican composer Salvador Sturla. At the age of thirteen, along with his sisters, he began teaching guitar at the Salvador Sturla Music School, of which his father was artistic director and owner. At age 15, she became a presenter on a television program called Órbita and was featured in the Cascada de Éxitos program. During this period he had an active participation in the Dominican artistic world and later managed to obtain a scholarship in Spain.

In 1972 he traveled to Madrid, Spain, to study decoration and design. His first opportunity arose in 1973 in the program of TVE-1 Ladies and Gentlemen, in the version directed by Valerio Lazarov. In that program, Carrasco started as one of the three hostesses, along with Norma Duval and Carmen Platero, and then, months later, promoted to official presenter, first with Blanca Estrada, and later with María José Cantudo, for something more of one year. This experience, in which he already had the opportunity to sing and dance in each program before the Spanish television viewers when all the presentations of the invited artists were performed, served as a springboard to cinema and television. In 1975, the golden opportunity came through the opera-rock Jesus Christ Superstar where he played María Magdalena with Camilo Sesto after he obtained the rights to make the assembly and production of the work in Castilian. The work was featured on various magazine covers, won awards and recognitions, reaching the top spots in the popularity charts with the disc of Camilo Jesucristo Superstar, both in Spain and in Central and South America. In August of 1976, Carrasco left the work to be the mother of her first child, and the song “No, there is no one else” began to be heard, resulting in a success that achieved sales marks equal to any male singer of the moment. < / p>

Months later Carrasco and producer and composer Camilo Sesto, who produced and composed most of his career successes, embark on a tour that toured several countries in America, including the United States, where his appearance at Madison Square Garden of New York made them the most famous Spanish-speaking duo of the moment. Sesto produced hits like “Friend of mine, Count with me”, “Mamma”, “Love me”, “Love you”, among others. Carrasco and Sesto would later become the quintessential duo of the time, making at least three more tours of America together. They returned to record together the song “Callados”, with a resounding success. After this, Sesto produced and composed five other successful albums. That same year she returned to the stage with My Fair Lady, a character she played in a Madrid theater.

In 1981, he recorded an album with Juan Carlos Calderón; the album “Con amor …”, from which several themes emerged, such as “Cariño mio” with lyrics by Mariní Callejo. Later he recorded two Oscar Gómez productions, La dama del Caribe, where he interprets “Caribe” with the salsa singer Willy Chirino, and “La candela”, a duet with the singer Celia Cruz.

In 1987, Carrasco decided to settle in the United States where he reaped success, going through much of Latin America where he ran with the same fate and where he shared with other artists already established in the entertainment world of the time. With his new record label he recorded “Boca rosa”, “Ese hombre es …” from 1989 and “Piel cinnamon” from 1992. In this last production he won the Billboard and Lo Nuestro awards as the best tropical singer of the year .

Carrasco stopped recording for 2 years, to return with a record production with songs from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s by Mexican singer-songwriter Juan Gabriel. From there was born a great friendship and both decided to record the duet with the theme “Open book”.

After three years he decided to return, and together with the Venezuelan producer Miguel Sierralta Jr he recorded romantic ballads brought to the Mexican genre with the accompaniment of mariachi. The album was composed of 11 songs popularized by renowned artists covered by Carrasco in this popular musical genre. Themes like “A puro dolor” by the group Son By Four, “Vivir lo nuestro” performed by La India and Marc Anthony and “I miss you, I forget you, I love you” by Ricky Martin, is part of the repertoire of this record. He also participated in the reality show Big Brother, where his stay was not so long.

In September 2006 for four days, he celebrated his show “A viva voz 30 años de música” at the Teatro Reina Victoria in Madrid, taking the show to several theaters and venues in Spain and America.

In 2010 he was sworn in the program Cántame cómo pasó de la 1 of Spanish television.

From October 2013 to March 2014, Ángela Carrasco participated in the third edition of the television program Tu cara me suena de Antena 3 where she had to perform several imitations of other celebrities.

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