(Prensa Latina) Havana, Cuba – Cuban singer and composer Sara González is working on a new CD and plans to start recording in May and includes a selection of the best moments of outstanding authors and singers of the 20th Century in Cuba. Entitled Canciones Intimas, the album will offer songs by Maria Teresa Vera, Ernestina Lecuona, Isolina Carrillo, Rita del Prado, Miriam Ramos, Teresita Fernandez and Liuba Maria Hevia and others. The album will be produced by the Bis Music label. Gonzalez told Cumbancha she is very excited about the project, and working intensely on the preliminary phase. Among her immediate plans is a tour in the Dominican Republic, on the occasion of the International Book Fair dedicated to Cuba in May.
Sara González has shared the stage with Silvio Rodriguez, Pablo Milanes, Augusto Blanca, Joan Manuel Serrat, Chico Buarque, Mercedes Sosa, Soledad Bravo, Daniel Viglietti, Pete Seeger, Roy Brown, Pedro Guerra, Beth Carvalho, Liuba María Hevia, Anabell Lopez, Marta Campos and Heidi Igualada. She was a founder of the Nueva Trova Movement and one of its main exponents.
She also was a member of the Grupo de Experimentacion Sonora (GES) del ICAIC, led by Leo Brouwer, where she studied Composition, Harmony and Orchestration. She has produced music for films, television and radio, besides taking part in several collective albums with other figures of the Nueva Trova Movement and the GES.
Her discography includes titles such as: Versos sencillos de Jose Marti (1975); Cuatro Cosas (1982); Con un Poco de Amor (1987); Con Apuros y Paciencia (1991); Si Yo Fuera Mayo (1996) and Mirame (1999).