CubaDisco 2017: prizes for Buena Fe, Pablo Milanes, Yissy and Bandancha and more

The jury also awarded an Extraordinary Award to the album Discografia 50 titulos, by Pablo Milanes, and another for Artistic Excellence to the CD Alma con Alma, by maestro Frank Fernandez, produced by Bis Music and Colibri record labels, respectively.

The Best Trova Album Award went to Como si fueran mias, by Eduardo Sosa (Colibri), while Ultima Noticia, by Yissi and Bandancha, earned the prize for Best Debut Album.

Other winners were Notas al viento, by Emilio Martini, which was chosen as Best Instrumental Music work; Blues con Montuno, by Bobby Carcasses (Best Jazz Soloist): and Mis duetos, by Beatriz Márquez (Best Song Album).

In popular dance music, the awards went to Música cubana: Llegó El Expreso, by Aisar y el expreso de Cuba, and Mis 21 años, by Giraldo Piloto y Klimax.

Liuba María Hevia with her CD Liuba canta a María Elena Walsh, earned the Best Music for Children Award, and the Best Choral and Vocal Music Award went to Vocal Sampling band.

The Cuban record festival, devoted to the 150th anniversary of Sindo Garay´s birth, took place in various stages of Havana and its program includes concerts, album releases and many other activities.

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Watch ‘La Tempestad' by Buena Fe from their awardwinning álbum Sobreviviente. This track features nueva trova singer Silvio Rodriguez and the film is made by young celebrated filmmaker Marcel Beltran.

Watch superstylish video 'Mr Miller' by Yissy and Bandancha from her awardwinning album 'Ultima Noticia'