Yaíma Sáez Bejarano has a voice capable of boleros, ballads, guarachas, blues, among other genres, not only in her mother tongue but also in English and Portuguese.
In her short artistic career, the young Cuban singer has received many awards, including Voice of the Year in 2005 and the Elena Burke Award at the 2006 National Competition of Interpretation.
She was part of a tour of 15 U.S. cities along with Santiago Alfonso. She also participated in the 2012 Matamoros Son Festival in Santiago de Cuba.
Yaíma Sáez Bejarano collaborated with the Dance Company Lizt Alfonso in the show Amigas, which was presented at multiple venues across Cuba in 2012.
She performs Feb. 28 at Flato Markham Theatre.