Eliades Ochoa, that guajiro that plays son montuno and wears a cowboy hat, is one of the undisputed stars of traditional Cuban music who has shone on all international stages.
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.
Founded in 1939, Tropicana has become more than a nightclub: it is a place of international fame for the Cuban music lovers and a theatrical show that remains until our times.
You cannot visit Havana without spending a night of delight in Tropicana.
For many it came to public light with his hit album Bueno. Others may remember his excellent soundtrack for the movie Habana Blues by Benito Zambrano. However, the story of this artist began much earlier.
The danzón is the national dance of Cuba. However, until a few years ago it was a rhythm almost forgotten. A genre that brought so many joys and fun to the dancers of our archipelago was relegated to traditional groups that had always had it in their repertoire.
It is not only a vast inventory of the best of these last 20 years in Cuban music, our selection is almost a perfect shopping list to see how much Cuban music has evolved, honored and shone in the 21st century.
Born in 1970 in California from Mexican parents, Julieta Venegas is a composer, artist and music who for over two decades have stood out as one of the most popular female singers in Latin America. Her musical work covers alternative genres, indie pop, indie rock, rock and Latin pop.
Although the educational systems of many countries incorporate music instruction at some point in their programs, if your child has an aptitude for music, you should seriously consider enrolling him in music lessons.
When in 2001 the album La rumba soy yo by Los Muñequitos de Matanzas won the Latin Grammy Award, it was only doing justice to the successful career of this Cuban group. This group was born on the edge of a river and with an imprint that runs through the powerful Afro-Cuban rhythms.
The Cuban romantic song has been renewed in recent years, and it has been largely thanks to a voice that captivates crowds: Waldo Mendoza.
This interpreter, one of the most requested on radio and TV, has filled the hearts of Cubans
There is no doubt that if you ask about young voices of the Nueva Trova movement in Cuba, the name of Yaima Orozco will immediately be mentioned. Composer, singer and guitarist, she carries in her songs a mix of all traditional Cuban genres
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