Aïnhoa Arteta is a Spanish soprano who made her classical crossover full-length debut in ’09 2009 with the very best Five strike album La Vida. Delivered Ainhoa Arteta Ibarrolaburu on Sept 24, 1964, in Tolosa, Guipúzcoa, Spain, she produced her opera debut in 1990 in america. In the years that implemented, she set up herself as an achieved opera performer with a global following. In ’09 2009, Arteta produced her traditional crossover record debut with La Vida in colaboration with General Music Spain. The record includes a collection of well-known worldwide pop criteria including Eric Clapton’s “Tears in Heaven,” Elvis Presley’s “Appreciate Me Sensitive,” Jacques Brel’s “Ne Me Quitte Pas,” Ariel Memoryírez’s “Alfonsina y un Mar,” the Beatles’ “Michelle,” and Silvio Rodríguez’s “La Vida.” Music artists featured in the record consist of Javier Limón (electric guitar), Danny “Melón” Lewis (piano), Horacio “Un Negro” Fernández (drums), Dany Noel (bass), and Carlitos Sarduy (trumpet). From a business standpoint, La Vida was a huge hit that peaked at number 3 in the Spanish albums graph and spent nine weeks in the very best Ten.