Roberta Miranda receives awards and tributes from authorities in the United States – Jornal du Oestes

Roberta Miranda receives awards and tributes from authorities in the United States - Jornal du Oestes

For the first time in history, a Brazilian artist has been honored by two governors and three mayors in the country.

Sartaneza Music’s eternal queen, Roberta Miranda, is back in Brazil, after a trip to the United States marked by awards and tributes. There, the artist participated in the final weekend of the eighth edition of Conference 2022 – an event hosted by students from Harvard, MIT, BU and other schools in Boston.

Representing country music, Roberta Miranda was recognized and honored in the country by two governors and three mayors – a feat never before achieved by a Brazilian artist in the United States. The honors began on Saturday (09) with an honorable citation given by Massachusetts Governor Charles Baker for his great contribution to Brazilian popular music and its audience.

On Sunday (10), Roberta Miranda held an event in her honor, where she received a citation by Mayor Roberto DaSilva and the key to the city of East Providence, Rhode Island. On the same occasion, he was honored by Daniel Mackie – the governor of the state of Rhode Island and Robert Sullivan (Mayor of Brockton) and Donald Grabbian (Mayor of Pawket), who presented the Citation to the Cities Artist.

“I thank everyone for the affection with which I was met. This journey was a very important moment for me and I appreciate everything I have done for music, culture and art in my 36 year career. I want to share all these awards and tributes with my fans! I feel privileged to be the first artist in the United States to be recognized by two governors and three mayors. Thank you all”, thank you to the artist who Promises news for fans.

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