Ariana Dao is a young salsa singer who began her musical studies at the age of five in the Miranda Symphony Orchestra and in its choir. Shortly after she moved to La Victoria, in the state of Aragua, where she joined the orchestra at her school.
Already at the age of 13 she decided to record covers, before venturing into original salsa songs seven years later. She has hit singles like Until you forget me, I have nothing and I'm going to love you.
The first book she recommends is Rhonda Byrne's Secret: “Excellent. It helps you get the best of you and removes prejudices. Since it came out in 2006, I always pick it up when I fall and step out of my comfort zone ”.
Also, One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez qualifies it as “very interesting. The wonderful reality that he transmits in his way of telling awakens your creativity. It marked me ”.
“The same happened to me with Don Quijote de La Mancha, by Miguel Cervantes. The fanciful caught me; what he saw in his imagination ”.
Eat, pray, love by Elizabeth Gilbert is her fourth text: “It talks about love and the simplicity of life. Sometimes you roll up and that book makes you think ”.
In fifth grade, she cited Para Selena, with love “written by her husband Chris Pérez. It talks about the things of the daily life of an artist. Show their experiences ”.