Harold Lopez-Nussa is an authentic Cuban musician and its themes can not be described otherwise. The Cuban taste is felt in every note.
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.
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.
Ernán López-Nussa is one of those jazz pianists who distinguish Cuban music, with a career that has inspired new generations.
Ruben Gonzalez is one of the Cuban pianists who contributed the most to the development of the instrument on the island, which he demonstrated by joining the Buena Vista Social Club.
Despite his youth, pianist and Cuban composer Roberto Fonseca belongs to the constellation of stars shining around the world with own light.
His dizzying career was always accompanied by international figures,
If you admire Cuban rhythms, you have probably heard about Bebo Valdes. This brilliant pianist, composer, arranger and Cuban bandleader, is considered a star of popular music and Afro-Cuban jazz.
The Cuban jazz would not be complete without the figure of the virtuoso pianist and composer Gonzalo Rubalcaba.
Aldo Lopez-Gavilan composed for the first time with only four years old.
Chucho Valdes´music runs through his blood. His mother was a piano teacher and singer, while his father, Bebo Valdes, carved out for itself a place in Cuban music.
There are many theories about the origin of the nickname Bola de Nieve (Snowball). Some claim that was devised by the inhabitants of the hometown of the musician,
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