Ana Cristina Chosen to Perform for President George W. Bush Representing Hispanics...

Ana Cristina Chosen to Perform for President George W. Bush Representing Hispanics at the White House for Hispanic Heritage Week



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Miami, FL–(HISPANIC PR WIRE)–October 5, 2006–On Friday, October 6th, 2006 Twenty-one year-old, Miami native Latin Recording Artist Ana Cristina will represent Hispanics nationally as the chosen artist for Hispanic Heritage week at the White House. Ana Cristina, who made history last January as the First Hispanic in History to perform the national anthem at a Presidential Inauguration will now sing at the White House before President George W. Bush, international dignitaries and other special guests as part of the annual Hispanic Heritage week at the white house.

This marks a historical moment, as Ana Cristina steps up on stage representing U.S. Hispanics nationwide for Hispanic Heritage week. Ana Cristina was chosen for the event by Producer Extraordinaire Emilio Estefan. “This is a great honor for me as a Cuban-American to be asked to perform at the White House representing Hispanic Heritage week nationally.”

Her crystalline voice will sing 3 songs of which will be a mix of English & Spanish standards.

Born June 2nd, 1985 in Miami, Florida, Ana Cristina was signed to the Sony Discos label at the age of 15. Since then she has released her self-titled debut album and was featured on “Vivan Los Ninos” & “Vale Todo” on Telemundo Network International.

Then during World Cup 2006, Ana Cristina was chosen by the Univision Network to sing one of the main promotional themes for the major sporting event entitled, “You Can Change the World.” Ana Cristina is currently composing & recording her second album.

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Ana Cristina Chosen to Perform for President George W. Bush Representing Hispanics at the White House for Hispanic Heritage Week