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Viva Natalia

Filed on October 29, 2012
Viva Natalia

NATALIA, AN AWARD-winning singer, performing artist and TV presenter from Spain with five successful albums will make her Dubai debut at the annual Action Care Gala 2012 ‘Share the Dream’ on November 2 at the Intercontinental Hotel Festival City.

Viva Natalia (/assets/oldimages/nat_28102012.jpg)Action Care, based in the UAE, provides humanitarian assistance and provides diverse educational development programmes within the UAE and the GCC, partnering and supporting affiliate foundations and community development programmes throughout the Middle East, North Africa and South Asia.

Natalia launched her career in Spain in 2001 and she released her first album in 2002. She has gone on to produce nine top ten singles and performed more than 300 concerts. Natalia most famously appeared on the Spanish reality TV show Gente de Primera, where celebrities take a member of the public and transform them into pop stars.

As a key supporter of Action Care’s “Share the Dream” Gala Event, Natalia has composed a song that she will debut during the evening. She will then in the UAE for several weeks to produce a music video for her latest song.

For further information on Action Care, visit www.action-care.org





 
 
 
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