The female voices have earned a top place in Cuban music. Much of this fame is due to historical Las D’Aida quartet.
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.
Every country has its musical idols, those that must be mentioned when we talk about music. Our country, undoubtedly, has at its center the incomparable Compay Segundo.
It is said that Barbarito Torres, from the Buena Vista Social Club, played a lute, but not just any lute, a Cuban lute.
Pio Leyva, known as the Montunero of Cuba, is a singer and composer considered a legend of Cuban popular song.
Guillermo Rubalcaba, whose real name was Guillermo Gonzalez Camejo, was one of the greatest Cuban musicians of all time and his imprint on popular dance music in Cuba is undeniable.
During the 40s’ of the last century, Havana was privileged by the presence of social clubs. In these places the Havana society gathered to dance and enjoy the music.
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