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Myraida Chaves Carbia who was known as a producer and television host and director of the Centro de Bellas Artes de Caguas is being reported to have passed away on April 22nd, 2021 at the age of 61, after a tough battle against cancer.

Chaves Carbia struggled in recent months against a severe diagnosis, surrounded by the love of her daughter Myriana Ortiz Chaves, her brother Eduardo and an intimate group of friends who accompanied her, and throughout the process, it was reported through a press release.

His daughter Myriana is grateful for the love, respect, and prayers of the people of Puerto Rico, the care of the medical staff who attended him at the Pavía Hospital and the HIMA of Caguas, the support of the municipality of Caguas, especially Mayor William Miranda Torres, of the work team of the Center of Fine Arts of Caguas, its Board of Directors, as well as the media, family, and friends.

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Myraida Chaves was the daughter of the first lady of the Puerto Rican comedian, actress, and impersonato Awilda Carbia and José Chaves. Myraida started on television as a child with the child character Estrellita Galaxia. After completing university studies in Communications, he joined the Telemundo and Univisión news teams as a journalist, achieving both stations stand out for the excellence of their human interest reports.

She was also the official voice of WIPR, the station where she produced and hosted the variety show Contigo and later, what was her most important and personal project, Uno a Uno con Myraida. In this project, she implemented an innovative style as an interviewer through conversations she had with important figures from all sectors of the country.

As if that were not enough, he performed successfully in the theater, where in the past years he participated as part of the cast of Here there is no one who lives and in three seasons of the Titantos project.

A woman of challenges, she agreed to direct the Caguas Fine Arts Center in 2017, soon after facing the ravages caused by hurricanes Irma and María and managing to restore the damage to the facility and put it in optimal condition. He distinguished himself for a first-rate work that placed BAC as one of the main centers of cultural activity on the Island. Likewise, he established alliances with local producers, solidifying the center as a prestigious and first-level setting.