Cecile McLorin Salvant, First Haitian singer nominated for a Grammy Award

We finally have one of our own with a chance to be awarded with the prestigious Grammy award in the United States


Cecile McLorin Salvant who was born mi Miami, Florida and the product of Haitian father and Guadeloupean mother has been nominated for a Grammy award in the category Best Jazz Vocal Album.

Starting to learn classical poano at the very young age of five, Cecile McLorin Salvant later started studying with private teachers, then later with Edward Walker. She did not discover an interest in in Jazz music until she went to "Aix" school. She recordded her first music album "Cecile" with Jean Francois Bonnel Paris Quintet

Later, she started to sing in both French and Spanish. Cecile is very popular in both United States and Europe. She acknowledges a particular influencethat the Haitian music plays in her own music. She has participated in several Festival de Jazz in Haiti.

Cecile was already nominated in 2014 in the category Best Jazz Vocal Album

Haitian Kreyol:
Cecile McLorin Salvant, Premye chantè ayisyen nomine pou yon prim Grammy Award

Nou finalman gen youn chans pou yon Ayisyen resevwa yon Grammy Award, yon koup trè prestijye nan Etazini. Cecile McLorin Salvant te fèt Miami, Florid, Papa li ayisyen ak manman Guadeloupean. Li te jwenn nominasyon pou yon prim Grammy Award nan kategori "Pi bon Jazz vokal Album.

Li te Koumanse aprann poano klasik a laj de senk ane, Cecile McLorin Salvant pita te kòmanse etidye avèk pwofesè prive, apre pita ak Edward Walker. Li t 'dekouvri yon enterè nan mizik Jazz jouk lè li te ale nan "Aix" lekòl. Li recordded premye album mizik li "Cecile" ak Jean Francois Bonnel Paris kwentèt.

Apre sa, li te kòmanse chante nan tou de franse ak Panyòl. Cecile trè popilè nan Etazini ak Ewòp. Li rekonèt yon influence patikilye ke mizik ayisyen an jwe nan mizik li. Cecile te patisipe nan plizyè Festival de Jazz an Ayiti.

Cecile te deja nominasyon nan 2014 nan kategori a Pi bon Jazz vokal Album

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