Cuban singer-songwriter Pablo Milanes died on Monday in Madrid at the age of 79. The artist was one of the most recognizable voices on the song. Singer-songwriter with Silvio Rodríguez and Noel Nicola, founder of the ICAIC Sound Experimentation Group and the Nueva Trova movement.
This is how Pablo’s artistic office announced it on their social networks.
With great pain and sadness, we regret to inform you that the teacher Pablo Milanes has passed away this morning, November 22, in Madrid.
We deeply appreciate all the expressions of affection and support extended to all his family and friends during this difficult time.
May he rest in the love and peace that he has always radiated. It will remain in our memory forever.
On 13 November, Pablo Milanes was hospitalized in Madrid, where he had been living since 2017 and receiving medical treatment for an oncohematological disease, which he had a few years earlier and which had worsened in recent months. Went.
His final performance in Havana was at a concert in Ciudad Deportiva, in which hundreds of Cubans shared fragments of several songs he had chosen for that night.
The beginning and end of A Green Morning, You See, I Don’t Ask You, or To Live is part of Pablo’s work that has transcended eras and borders.
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