The work of Johanny was awarded with a scholarship and the honor of the premiereduring that night, as part of a contest promoted by The Catholic University of America in Washington D.C., where she courses their studies graduates in composition with specialization in music of theatre, with them professors Dr. Andrew Simpson andDr. Robert to. Baker.
With a resume that it includes the presentation of his works in the theatre GuillermoFigueroa Sanabia of Escuela Libre de Música de San Juan, the Conservatory of musicof Puerto Rico, the Festival Hall of the center of Bellas Artes Luis A. Ferré inSanturce; Ward Recital Hall and Arts Club of Washington, in Washington, D.C.; the historical background in National Palace, in the city of Mexico; and the San Franciscode Paula Cathedral in Havana, Cuba Johanny points out that Celebration is distinguished by features like “determination, strength and passion”.
“These are some emotions that stand out in my mind when thinking about the Actof celebrating a great and well-deserved success. Is that moment where we experience the fullness and the satisfaction of our effort. “Is also where remember with feeling every tear, every idea and every dream“, says. “With this piano trio try to retake those concepts and expand them musically. Each track is driven by a power unsurpassed, which gradually transforms. The energy is simulated by constant pulse that frames the work, which in turn is headed by highly rhythmic motives”.
Dedicated to all the artists who have been supported and inspired by the Arts Clubof Washington, D.C., in Celebration “harmonies, colors and textures sea flows into amoment of passive reflection”. “This striking section evokes the need to achieve what he has always wanted to conquer and at the same time honor the Puerto Rican dance,” says Johanny. “Without any preamble, the main theme resonates, but this time in a more glorious and intense.“ It suggests feeling and conviction in the beliefs, desires and memories. Without a doubt, Celebration is a dance that celebratesvictory, honour and glory of dreams, passions and love.”