Diana Navarro

(born in Málaga, Spain, in 1978), singer and composer. As part of her training, she alternated her participation in choirs with pop bands (Pilita Calora) and other folk groups (The Gazpachuelo). She recorded two albums, which she financed herself "De noches de copla" (1997) and "Homenaje" (1999). In 2005 "No te olvides de mí" appeared, the first official album of Diana Navarro, which was followed by the album, "24 Roses", published in 2007. The next three albums were a review of different Spanish musical genres: "Camino Verde" was dedicated to a review of the coupla; her fourth album, was dedicated to a review of flamenco music and the album entitled "Género chico", was thought as a particular vision of genre Zarzuela.
Selected Recordings: No te olvides de mí, 2005; 24 rosas, 2007; Camino verde, 2008; Flamenco, 2011; Género chica, 2012; La esencia, 2013.
Awards: Between 16 and 26 years old, Diana Navarro won 19 first prizes performing copla, including the National Award Saetas Malaga in 2000 and 2002; Ondas Awards for "New Artist" 2005; Canal Sur Audience Award 2005; Award Cadena Dial 2006. In May 2006, Diana Navarro won two Music Awards (awarded by the Academy of Arts and Sciences Music Spain) to Revelation and Best Production Artist.

Contact: www.diananavarro.org