Women have held an important place in the Puerto Rican music scene for more than a century. Through their legacy, performers such as Myrta Silva, Silvia Rexach, and Ruth Fernández, among others, were and continue to be examples of the great contributions women have made to our musical culture.

The new musical production Ellas, mujeres en la música (Them, Women in Music) takes us through the story of “Ella” (Isel Rodríguez), a woman who lost her inspiration and managed to find it again through musical encounters with renowned artists like Lucecita Benítez, Nydia Caro, Yolandita Monge, Villano Antillano, Melina León, La India, Son Divas and Didi Romero, among others.


Ellas, mujeres en la música will air in Puerto Rico and United States on the following channels, dates, and times:

Sunday, December 5

  • Telemundo P.R., Punto 2, WAPA, WIPR, TeleOnce, Mega TV P.R., Channel 13 – 8:00 p.m. (AST)
  • Mega TV Orlando – 7:00 p.m. (EST)
  • WAPA América — 8:00 p.m. (EST)

Saturday, December 11

  • Telemundo New York — 11:30 a.m. (EST)

For Sale

Available from mid-December in the following formats:

With your purchase you will be contributing to the musical programs supported by Fundación Banco Popular.

The DVD includes the following songs:

  • 1. Fever (Fiebre) – iLe
  • 2. Esas no son de allí aka Cuchiflitos – Yolandita Monge
  • 3. Así es mi tierra – Chabela Rodríguez y Chamir Bonano
  • 4. Everybody’s Dancing Now – Melina León
  • 5. Ella – Ana Isabelle
  • 6. Este pueblo tiene sabor – La India y Son Divas
  • 7. Muchos quieren tumbarme – Villano Antillano
  • 8. Ya me cansé – Didi Romero
  • 9. Burundanga – Milly Quezada
  • 10. Solina Solina – Nydia Caro
  • 11. Se oyó en Borinquén / Desilusión – Lucecita Benítez


The tradition of creating musical productions began in 1993, following our 100th anniversary celebration, as a gift to the people of Puerto Rico. In a CD and DVD we perpetuate Puerto Rican and Latin American musical traditions.

This collection has featured local and international artists like Pedro Capó, Olga Tañón, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Rubén Blades, Juan Luis Guerra, Ricky Martin, Shakira, Juanes, Marc Anthony, Ozuna, Kany García, Andy Montañez, Daddy Yankee, and Bad Bunny, among others.

Contribute to the musical education of our youth!