Maria Teresa Vera Height, Age, Boyfriend, Biography, Wiki, Net Worth

Maria Teresa Vera was a Cuban root vocalist, guitarist and writer who is viewed as the Best Female Trova artist ever. Maria was conceived on sixth February 1895 in Guanajay, Havana and from her young age turned into an individual from bohemian trova performer network. Vera started to sing in 1911 at a venue for a tribute to an entertainer. She goes to the incredible trovador Manuel Corona who exhorts her and gives her guitar exercises. She sings in Carlos Godínez’s Grupo Típico.

Maria Teresa Vera Career:

Vera met Ignacio Piñeiro and gave him instructing to play the twofold bass. Supporter of the Afro-Cuban religion, she chose to become Santa and leaves the universe of music. Missing from the stages and studios until 1936, she returned in a Radio Salas program with a cuarteto (group of four) made out of Justa Garcia, Dominica Verges and Lorenzo Hierrezuelo. In any case, the cuarteto vanishes after the radio show.

At exactly that point did Hierrezuelo go with him in a two part harmony which in this way endured more than a quarter century, during which María Teresa Vera advocated for herself as one of the absolute first voices of Trova. Its most striking organization, Veinte años, is taken up by the best Cuban entertainers. In the mid-1950s, she showed up on TV on the memorable show El Casino de la Algeria. Tributes to Maria Teresa Vera tail each other however in the mid 1960s her wellbeing crumbled and she kicked the bucket in 1965.

 

Maria Teresa Vera Biography

Real Name Maria Teresa Vera
Birth Date February 6, 1895
Age 70 years (age at death)
Death December 17, 1965
Birth Place Guanajay, Cuba
Nationality Cuban
Profession singer-songwriter, guitarist
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Aquarius

Maria Teresa Vera Height, Weight and Body Measurement

Height N/A
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Hair Color Gray
Eye Color Dark Brown
Body Type Slim
Sexual Orientation Straight

Qualification/Education

School N/A
College N/A

Family

Father Joaquín Vera Olazabal
Mother N/A
Sister N/A
Brother N/A

Relationship Status

What was Paul Carcaterra marital status? (single, married, in relation or divorce) Married
How many children did Paul Carcaterra have? (name) Four (Josefa Abella Vera, Alfonso Abella Vera, Manuel Abella Vera, Guillermo Abella Vera)
Who was Paul Carcaterra husband? (name) Manuel Abella Fuertes

Bolero-son

  • Tell me you love me, 1937
  • I only think of you, 1942

Guaracha

  • San Juan, 1930

Bambuco

  • This time it was time to lose, 1914
  • text: Emma Núñez Valdivia ; Face to face , 1939
  • text: González Ramos.

Boleros

  • Virgin of Copper, 1922
  • You can’t understand, 1930
  • text: Guillermina Aramburo; Your voice and I want you to know, 1930,
  • texts: Emma Núñez Valdivia; Finally and you will remember me, 1930
  • I can’t love you anymore, 1934
  • text: Guillermina Aramburo; You don’t know how to love me, because I feel sad and I want you to love me, 1935
  • texts: Guillermina Aramburo; My Revenge, My Anguish and The Last is the Best, 1941
  • texts: Emma Núñez Valdivia; With my mother always and My sentence, 1942
  • texts: Emma Núñez Valdivia; I already met you, 1943
  • Suffer and wait, I say goodbye, 1957
  • I don’t love you anymore, 1957

Trivia: Important Facts about Maria Teresa Vera:

Maria is considered as the unsurpassed most noteworthy Trova artist.

She had a place with the slave’s locale and after freedom war in Spain, they moved to Cuba.

Maria was said to be the person who established the framework of Cuban music over the world.

In 1911, she initiated her excursion of singing and sang without precedent for request to give tribute to an on-screen character.

Vera kicked the bucket at the age 70 and recorded around 200 tunes while played in excess of a thousand tunes in her melodic excursion.

Today Goolge Doodle is including her and said “Her lifetime achievements in music have an enduring effect and roused a tribute collection, “A María Teresa Vera” (“For María Teresa Vera”), an assortment of melodies recorded to praise her 100th birthday celebration.”