read Ephemeris this November 21st They group a series of births, deaths, and other events that took place on a day like today. The date in Argentina is this day of care.
Many will also be celebrating the Icelandic artist’s birthday Bjork Gudmundsdottir, better known by his first name. This woman, who turns 57 today, was born in Reykjavik, her country’s capital, and became known for her experimental music and avant-garde attitude. Her approach to music came from her stepfather Sævar, a guitarist, who encouraged her in this regard as a child.
By the age of eleven, he had national fame when one of his teachers sent a recording of him singing the song to the radio. i love to love. She received record offers and recorded her first album of the same name in 1977, which features covers of Stevie Wonder and The Beatles, as well as songs by Sævar and one of her own, Jóhannes Kjarval, written and performed by the artist on Flute.
After going through several punk groups, he formed the group The sugar cubes, with which he released some of his early hits and recorded two albums that received good reviews in the US and UK. After disbanding in 1992 after a six-year career, Björk began her successful solo career. His first album at that time, released in 1993, was called exactly debut.
The unique sound atmosphere and the avant-garde component of her voice and her work consolidated her as an international figure of the alternative genre. The film only cemented his fame. dancers in the dark (2000), Director: Lars from Trier, a dramatic musical in which she plays Selma, a woman with a congenital degenerative vision disorder that leaves her blind and works to pay for an operation on her son that would save him that future. Premiered at the Cannes Film Festival, it was a success and Björk won Best Actress, expanding her sphere of influence into acting.
On the other hand, the Day of Nursing in Argentinaalso known as Nurse’s Dayrefers to the founding day of the Confederation of Catholic Nursing Associations in 1935, when the institution appointed the Virgen de los Remedios as its patron saint.
Four years later is the National University of the Coast (UNL) was the first to include it in its academic offering. So in 1939 the School of nurses, Anglophone name by which this work was known in its origins. Years later, in 1952, the National University of Tucumán (UNT) opened its School of Nursing. Currently, more than 60 public and private universities offer this education in the country, which should be celebrated on this Nursing Day.