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In this section we want you to get to know in detail everything related to the history of Cuban music, from its origins to the most recent artists.
Bass courses in Havana – Enjoy and learn!

Bass courses in Havana – Enjoy and learn!

The bass and the double bass are two instruments that were quickly assimilated by Cuban music. From the beginning of the magnificent mixture that...

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Ruy López-Nussa – Multifaceted and exceptional

Ruy López-Nussa – Multifaceted and exceptional

Ruy López-Nussa Lekszycki is considered one of the most acclaimed and relevant Cuban musicians and percussionists who also act as a music teacher...

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David Blanco – Music in the blood

David Blanco – Music in the blood

David Blanco Ponsoda is undoubtedly one of the Cuban musicians that have changed the musical panorama of the island in recent years. His mixes of...

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Cimafunk – The conquest of the Cuban music scene

Cimafunk – The conquest of the Cuban music scene

Known as Cimafunk, it has generated a surprising wave of enthusiasm in the capital’s music scene. Erick Iglesias Rodríguez was born in the...

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Yissy García, heart jazz player

Yissy García, heart jazz player

Who could imagine that this restless girl named Yissy Garcia had these skills as a percussionist? She did not lack of reasons. First, she was born...

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Manolito Simonet – The king of the Cuban popular music

Manolito Simonet – The king of the Cuban popular music

Cuba is a country recognized by its great musicians and sonorities; also for its training schools. However, from time to time, self-taught figures...

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Silvio Rodríguez – The voice of the Cuban nueva trova

Silvio Rodríguez – The voice of the Cuban nueva trova

When we talk about the musical revolution in Cuba after 59, we should always mention the Nueva Trova movement. Within this musical phenomenon...

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The origin of AfroCuban percussion

The origin of AfroCuban percussion

Percussion in Cuba, as we know it today, has its origins in the first African slaves residing on the island. With their arrival came also their...

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Raul Paz – the Cuban-French who made a musical revolution

Raul Paz – the Cuban-French who made a musical revolution

Raul Paz, known as the Cuban-French, learned to sing by listening to Guajira and Cuban country music. He had revolutionised Cuban music...

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Percussion classes in Havana personalised to your needs

Percussion classes in Havana personalised to your needs

There are many who see Cuba not only as a tourist destination, but as a place to take percussion classes in Havana. This does not surprise anyone...

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