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ELY GUERRA is one of the key artists in contemporary Mexican music, releasing six recordings in 19 years, and touring throughout Mexico, Latin America, and around the world, including the US, Germany, France, Italy, England, and Spain. In 2010, she received the Latin Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album for Hombre Invisible, in which she collaborated with such acclaimed artists as Juanes, Alvaro Henríquez of Los Tres, Emmanuel "Meme" del Real of Café Tacuba, Gustavo Santaolalla, Enrique Bunbury, and Gilberto Cerezo of Kinky. Guerra has also appeared on the soundtracks for the films Amores Perros, De la Calle, El viaje de Teo, and Sangre de Familia, among others. Among many career highlights, Ms. Guerra has appeared with Sting in Mexico City concerts supporting education projects, participated in the tribute to José Saramago at the Palacio de Bellas Artes, and sang during the Mexican Bicentennial independence celebrations and during the the 2011 recent Pan American Games. She makes her Walt Disney Concert Hall debut with this concert.