It is almost impossible to separate dance from Cuban music. Although the Cuban way of dancing is taught all over the world, there is no better place to learn it than in Havana.
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.
Although originally danced with other rhythms, the “rueda de casino” is inextricably linked to Cuban salsa. And what better way to learn to dance it than in Havana?
Hundreds of groups and salsa artists try to get a space in the Cuban public’s preference.
Celia Cruz´s prolific career earned her the name of Queen of Salsa, appellative who she honors throughout her life.
Paulo Fernández Gallo or Paulo FG (his stage name), does not want to digress in metaphors because he considers direct language to be more practical for dance music and that the public receives it better.
Known for its sticky rhythms and lyrics full of mischief, Charanga Habanera is an icon of Cuban popular music, with albums as well-known as Me sube la fiebre, Hey you loca! or Soy cubano, soy popular…
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