Today is a day of longing and loss for radio, sports journalism and music criticism. Although it may seem hard to believe, there was a man recognized and appreciated for devoting so much of his life to these worlds. Her name is edward torico and he died this Thursday at the age of 65 in Madrid.

This was confirmed by the National Center for Music Broadcasting, from where they assured that today the world of music “is in mourning” and they defined the journalist as “a reference in journalism and broadcasting musical”: “You leave a void that cannot be filled, my friend”.

Other houses that have welcomed or admired him have also joined in this farewell, such as the Madrid Sports Press Association, the Spanish Sports Press Association (AEPD) or programs like El Chiringuito de Pedrerol, and even the Higher Sports Council (CSD), attached to the Ministry of Culture and Sports.

“The Board of Directors of the Madrid Sports Press Association, some of whose members were his colleagues, wishes to convey its condolences to his widow, Isabel, to his children and to the entire journalistic profession, in general, for this unfortunate loss.” collects the note from the Sports Association.

The body of the journalist will be transferred this Friday to the cemetery of Carabanchel, in San Isidro.

The trajectory of Eduardo Torrico

Eduardo Torrico was currently editor of Scherzo, a magazine devoted to classical music. Despite his great contributions in this field, most of his life has been devoted to sports journalism.

Thus, the journalist has long succeeded in combining universes as scattered as classical music and football.

Although he also began his career as a journalist in 3 radio antenna and he was also on Onda Cero. He has also worked in other print media, such as El Independiente, AS Diary or the Alcazar.

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