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Gilberto Santa Rosa performs with Camelia Muniz on Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project / elnuevodia.com

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The voice of the singer Gilberto Santa Rosa is the only one of Latin origin within the repertoire of the album of social impact " Hopes and Dreams: The Lullaby Project ", that produces the Carnegie Hall , of New York. This is not another album, and for the salsa singer it does not represent a collaboration anymore, on the contrary, it is a sublime work, one that shakes the soul for its contrasts in the emotions it provokes.

The Lullaby Project is a social work, originated in The Big Apple, to support maternal health, child welfare and strengthen the bond between parents and children. It serves, mainly, mothers who are in a hospital institution, in shelters for the homeless and in the Rickers Island Correctional Center. All these women have the opportunity to compose lullabies for their children that are then interpreted by great figures of the song. Among the new repertoire of 15 songs, in the pop, folk, classical, country, salsa and jazz genres, "Mi niña bella" appears, a composition by Andrea Nina and Claudette Sierra, performed by "El Caballero de la Salsa" and the Young Camelia Muñiz, who is about to start studies at the Tisch School of Arts at the University of New York. "The project is a beautiful thing, it's a beautiful thing, and I think that for those girls it's inspiring, and it's a big motivation for them to move on, and get out of that stage of life that unfortunately was very negative," said the artist. 

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