Yamila brings the rhythm of her native Cuba to the Los Angeles Latin scene. She learned a wide variety of artistic talents from Cuba, Europe, and the United States. At a very early age she was enrolled in Cuba’s National Ballet School where she studied Russian influenced Ballet for five years and ultimately began performing as a soloist.
Following that, Yamila continued her studies at Cuban’s National School of Performing Arts where she learned music, dance, and acting. Together with her family she began a series of performing tours throughout the country. Yamila’s passion for salsa music and Cuban culture catapulted her to fame with a growing number of Cuban fans that adored her style. Soon she was recognized as a TV icon appearing on her hit show “Para sentir amor”. The shows success launched her international career and she soon started touring several European countries including: France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain.
While in Spain, Yamila participated in numerous televised programs as a singer, actress, and host. She performed in many of Spain’s famous concert halls in cities such as Madrid, Barcelona, and Valencia. Her European tour was a success and she later traveled to several parts of South America and the Caribbean. In 2000 Yamila moved to Miami and there started to perform in the famous national TV show “Sábado Gigante”, Univision TV. In the same network she worked at “Caliente”show & Los Metiches. She co host the show Luna Verde, channel 41. Yamila’s experiences and talents eventually brought her to Los Angeles, working on NBC, “King Pin” series, “Cante y Gane”, Azteca America and “De todo un poco”, Channel 22, Telemundo. She was invited to participate in the last season of the Mexican show “Super sabado”, Azteca TV. Mexico city. She also has performed in many Latin based venues. She has performed at the Mayan Theatre, The Rumba Room, The Century Club, Mama Juanas and many other famous clubs in the Los Angeles area. She has also participated in several cultural events such as the Cuban Festival and the Latin American Festival, Day of Mexico Independence, among others. Currently Yamila is recording her fourth album and is working on many other projects that will debut soon.