About Celia Cruz Legacy Project

The Celia Cruz Legacy Project was established to celebrate Celia Cruz’s accomplishments and achievements as the world’s most iconic salsa singer.

The Celia Cruz Legacy Project Archive and Research Center collects , safeguards and makes accessible materials, documents, photographs, video footage, stage dresses and pieces from Celia Cruz’s personal collection to keep the Legacy of Celia Cruz alive for generations to come.

Sobre Celia Cruz Legacy Project

El Proyecto del Legado Celia Cruz fue creado para celebrar los logros de Celia Cruz como la cantante de salsa más emblemática del mundo.

El Proyecto del Legado Celia Cruz Archivo y Centro de Investigación recopila las salvaguardias y hace accesible materiales, documentos, fotografías, grabaciones de vídeo, vestidos y piezas de Celia Cruz la colección personal de mantener el legado de Celia Cruz viva para las generaciones venideras.

Mission Statement

The Celia Cruz Legacy Project was established to celebrate Celia Cruz’s accomplishments and achievements as the world’s most iconic salsa singer through innovative music programs for underprivileged children and memorabilia exhibitions recounting her exceptional life and career.

The Celia Cruz Legacy Project Archive and Research Center collects , safeguards and makes accessible materials, documents, photographs, video footage, stage dresses and pieces from Celia Cruz’s personal collection to keep the Legacy of Celia Cruz alive for generations to come.

About Celia Cruz

For more than half a century, the Queen of Salsa carried her title with class and distinction. Her powerful voice and electrifying rhythm garnered more than 100 worldwide recognitions, multiple platinum and gold records, three GRAMMY© awards and four Latin GRAMMY© awards, three honorary doctorates, the Presidential Medal of Arts and a star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. Her boundless enthusiasm, genuine warmth, and deep-seated humanitarianism made Celia Cruz the music industry’s most accomplished and revered performer and the world’s most notable ambassador of Hispanic Culture.

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