Victor Castillo, pianist and composer, presents his last Christian music production titled:
“Looking to the heaven”

A musical instrumental work inspired on our Lord Jesus Christ, and his lessons through love.
Dedicated to God with the target of getting people closer to Him through music.

With the participation of recognized musicians like Carlos “Nene” Quintero (Franco de Vita, Ricardo Montaner, Pedro Eustache) on percussion, Gerardo Uvieda (Tempano group, Musea Records, France) on the drums, Boris Paredes (Gaelica, VE) on the violin, Adriana Virguez (Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra) on the viola, Norma Aparicio and María Alejandra Saturno (Venezuelan Symphony Orchestra) on Cello, and backing vocals on “Una mirada al cielo / Looking to the heaven” by Ana Gabriela Rodriguez. Mastering by Boris Milan, (Weston, Fl).

Digital distribution by the Christian label

With the executive production of Pastor Nelson de Abreu, Victor Castillo and Ricardo Montaner (Production Supervisor) also with the support of the Church Emmanuel Christian Community at Miami, Florida and CCE (Comunidad Cristiana Emmanuel) at El Hatillo, Caracas, Venezuela.

It is available at iTunes , amazon, rhapsody, and the most important websites of musical download on the Internet.
Thanks God for the inspiration, love, music, Holy Spirit, and the gifts in our lives. And thanks to all of you for your support.

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