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Photo by: Magda Angelica
Photo by: Magda Angelica
Photo by: Magda Angelica
In 1996, Magda Angelica recorded her first album: "Jardín Interior" (Inner Garden). In this CD, she initiated the work of composition, sharing the creativity of the songs with some of the most outstanding Guatemalan composers.

Because of this material, Magda Angelica was awarded the "Mayan Rainbow" prize, Best New Artist, and the "Tzig" prize in the same category, granted by the Guatemalan Chamber of Professional Pressmen.

In 2001, a second record production, "Ángeles de Barro" (Clay Angels), obtained the Golden Button award, granted by TGW, the main broadcasting institution in Guatemala.

In 2002, she moved to Mexico and participated as a guest artist at live presentations of Mexican musicians like composer Fratta and the rock band "Mujeres en Fuga."

Late 2004 and early 2005, her career took a turn, and she announced a new project: "Tejedora de Sueños" (Dream Weaver), in a joint venture with Discos Antídoto de México. The new musical proposal combined electronic and acoustic sounds, some performed with pre-Hispanic instruments. The lyrics were related to the magic of Mayan and Mexica spirituality. The project reached Costa Rica, where the director of the international orchestra, Orquesta Centroamericana de la Papaya, Manuel Obregón, invited her as a guest composer to participate with one of the themes, "Nanita," in his album "Tierra de la Dulce Espera."

In 2007, Magda Angelica, more mature, released her new album: "Ilhuikatzin," "Venerable Sky," following up the Ethno fusion line and now sold all over the world.

In 2008 and 2009, two songs from this album, "Danza de la Luna" and "Latido de Montaña," were included in the An'R compilation, published in Australia by the AMMA organization.

Currently, her music has begun to be used as a soundtrack for videos and short films like "Figures in the Mist," Mexico; the educational documentary "Foreign Cultures," United States; and the TV series "Secrets of the Maya," Guatemala.
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