With deep pain, exponents of vallenato say goodbye to Omar Geles

With deep pain, exponents of vallenato say goodbye to Omar Geles
With deep pain, exponents of vallenato say goodbye to Omar Geles

03:39 PM

There is mourning and deep pain in vallenato: One of the greatest composers and accordion players in Colombia died at the age of 57, in Valledupar, while playing tennis (his favorite sport). Omar Antonio Geles Suárez.

A cardiorespiratory arrest caused the creator of songs like a butterfly, The ways of the life, It’s pain, I met him late, my follies, The greatest love on the planet, left this world without saying goodbye.

There were 35 years of musical hits that continue to be heard in the homes and commercial establishments of the country. That man who loved Mrs. Hilda Suarez (his mother), today his family, fans, friends and colleagues say goodbye in the Rafael Carrillo Lúquez Departmental Library of Valledupar.

There came exponents of vallenato to pay tribute and thank them for everything they did for them. Such singers as Jean Carlos Centeno, Iván Villazón and Miguel Morales They mourn the departure of Omar Geles.

“I want to express what I had never said: the person who approached me for the first time with the death of my son (Kaleth Morales) It was Omar.“said Miguel Morales, shedding tears.

These are some of the images that were known of those attending his funeral.

 
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