Noybel Gorgoy

Noybel Gorgoy


Born and raised in Pinar Del Río, Cuba and now living in the United States of America, Noybel Gorgoy is a gifted international recording artist, musician, singer-songwriter, composer, and entertainer. 

She has a track record of countless performances, touring around the world on grandeur platforms.

Her passion for music led her into the School of Arts in Cuba as a classical pianist at the age of seven and later graduated from the National School of Music in Habana. 

Noybel arrived in the United States of America and became a cast member of the production “Havana Night Show”. A Cuban phenomenon brought to Las Vegas by international magicians and entertainers Siegfried and Roy, delivering performances at the Seminole Hard Rock Arena in Miami and at the Stardust Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, a production show residency. 

She has been featured alongside Paul Shaffer at the iconic Caesar Palace in Las Vegas and at the production show Between the Lines with  Clint Holmes. Gorgoy has also been featured as the lead vocalist of the gypsy jazz band The Hot Club of Las Vegas directed by Mundo Juillerat.

In 2018 Noybel Gorgoy released her very first single as an independent artist from her upcoming album called “Puros Sueños”, a song dedicated to her father Noel Gorgoy. In 2019 she released her song “Mi Niño” as the soundtrack for the award-winning independent short film called “Burro” directed and written by Michael Forsch and Zak Fin, getting a nomination at the 2019 Action on Film Festival for best soundtrack.

Noybel united with conductor Yunior Lopez to celebrate the music from their homeland with “One Night in Havana”, opening the 2019 concert season of The Young Artists Orchestra of Las Vegas receiving an overwhelming amount of praise.

She has performed and shared the stage with several artists and major bands like Jerry Lopez, Santa Fe & The Fat City Horns, Frankie Moreno, Martin Nievera, Lani Misalucha, David Perrico Pop Strings Orchestra and more.