San Antonio’s strong connections to the Arts were highlighted Wednesday with the announcement of the 2017 winners of the Texas Medal of Arts.
Queridos amigos de Monterrey,
Estoy muy triste de anunciarles que, lamentablemente, por motivos de incumplimiento en las obligaciones del promotor para lo acordado en nuestro contrato, no podré ver a mis hermosos fans en San Pedro este domingo y lunes y cantarles las canciones que querían escuchar.
Ustedes saben que los quiero mucho México!… espero verlos muy pronto.
– Vikki Carr
Dear Friends in Monterrey,
Unfortunately, due to the failure of the promoter to meet his contract obligations I’m so saddened to announce that I will not be able to see my beautiful fans in San Pedro this Sunday and Monday and sing the songs you wanted to hear. I dearly love Mexico and hope to see you very soon.
– Vikki Carr
Four-time Grammy winner Vikki Carr, who has made San Antonio home for more than 20 years, is chatting about the love of her life, her husband Dr. Pedro DeLeon.
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The San Antonio Association of Hispanic Journalists, a nonprofit group that raises money for college aid, will award $40,000 in scholarships to Bexar County students at its annual gala July 10.
Scholarships will be presented July 10 at SAAHJ’s 17th annual Scholarships & Awards Gala at the Marriott Rivercenter, where Grammy-winning singer Vikki Carr will receive the group’s Corazón de Oro Award, given to professionals who use their national profiles to advance the culture, history, education and achievements of U.S. Latinos.
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Vikki Carr will perform at Teatro Nacional Rubén Darío in Managua, Nicaragua on February 27th.