Carmen Sevilla’s book is republished on the first anniversary of her death

Carmen Sevilla’s book is republished on the first anniversary of her death
Carmen Sevilla’s book is republished on the first anniversary of her death

The Sevilla Press publishing house has reissued a new edition of the book Carmen Sevilla, the bride of Spainbiography of the actress, singer and television presenter with more than one hundred photographs, “most of them unpublished”, on the occasion of the first anniversary of his deathwhich takes place this Thursday.

As explained by the Sevillian publisher, his only son, Augusto Algueró, has since reduced his public appearances, “maintaining his line of discretion and his policy of living outside the popularity of his parents. Even her decision to celebrate your mother’s funeral in privacy sparked comments,” they added.

However, Augustus made his first public appearance after the death of his mother, in a tribute, to collect the gold medal which the city of Seville awarded to “its most beloved actress, who carried the name of her hometown as her stage name throughout the world.”

Carmen Garcia Galisteo

Carmen Garcia He was born and lived in Seville until he was ten years old. His father was a renowned Estrellita Castro song lyricistwho became her artistic godmother, “supporting and encouraging her,” first as part of her corps de ballet and later “telling her that she should sing to start her solo musical career.”

The artist He died at the age of 92 in Madrid, after a decade in the Madrid residence of Orpea Aravaca. Her son issued a statement of gratitude to the media, but clarified that The farewell would be “intimate and familiar.”

Carmen Sevilla’s son

The Sevillian publisher has indicated that Algueró was at all times “cordial and affable with everyone”. “This recognition was very important to him because he knew how his mother loved Seville, where he had even bought an apartment to live and could hardly enjoy it,” they added.

Likewise, they have considered that «Carmen also deserves a street and a square in his native land, it seems incredible that he still doesn’t have it” and that “Augusto was very polite and in petit committee he commented that better late than never but that It was a shame that his mother had not been able to enjoy that joy in life.«.

 
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