María Grever, who was born on September 14, 1885, was the first female Mexican composer to achieve international acclaim. She passed away on December 15, 1951, at the age of 66. Many of her fans believe that “What A Difference A Day Makes”, which was originally named “Cuando vuelva a tu lado”, was her best song.
Basic Information About María Grever
|Real Name||María Joaquina de la Portilla Torres|
|Birth Date||September 14, 1885|
|Place Of Birth||Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico|
|Date Of Death||December 15, 1951|
Best Songs Of Maria Grever
Some of the best maría grever songs include:
|Para Que Recordar||Ya No Me Quieres|
|Tu, Tu y Tu||Que Dirias de Mi|
|Eso Es Mentíra||Mi Secreto|
|Dame Tu Amor||Una Rosa, Un Beso|
|Despedida||Todo Mi Ser|
|Alma Mia||maría grever jurame|
|Volveré (I Will Return)||Te quiero dijiste|
|Cuando vuelva a tu lado||Por si no te vuelvo a ver|
Interesting Facts About Maria Grever
- Maria Grever was a celebrity composer
- Maria Grever was born on September 14, 1885
- Maria Grever passed away at the age of 66
- She passed away on December 15, 1951 in New York City, NY
- The name of her parents are Francisco de la Portilla and Julia Torres
- She is the mother of Carmen Livingston and Charles Grever
- On February 11 of 2021, Google celebrated Maria Grever, who they called “considered to be one of the country’s greatest composers.”
- The Union of Women of the Americas (UWA) named Maria Grever “Woman of the Americas” in the year 1952
What’s The Net Worth Of Maria Grever?
There is no confirmation on how much Maria’s net worth was when she was still alive. She was married to Leo A. Grever, an American oil company executive. It is believed the two have combined a net worth of $1,000,000 to $5,000,000 USD.
Is Maria Grever Still Alive?
Maria Grever passed away on December 15, 1951 at the age of 66 years old.
Maria Grever Biography
Maria Grever, born as Maria Joaquina de la Portilla Torres, was born to Francisco de la Portilla and Julia Torres, who were Mexican nationals, in Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico.
For 6 years of her life, she lived in Mexico City, and in 1891, she and her family moved to Sevilla. She studied music in France with CLaude Debussy and Franz Lenhard along with many other notable musicians.
In the year 1900, she moved back to Mexico and continued her study at Solfege School, which was owned by her aunt.
In 1907, when she was 22 years old, Maria got married to Leo A. Grever, an American oil company executive. In 1916, she officially became a US citizen. She and Leo moved to New York City, where they lived for the rest of their lives.
Maria Grever passed away on December 15, 1951 at the age of 66 years old. At her request, her remains were sent back to Mexico.