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Isabel Roch as this great French trombonist has been known for some time in Venezuela, her professional career has traveled through different styles such as Reggae, Funky or Jazz, but always carried by the hand of African rhythms, So he chose Salsa –dura-
Mónika Mesa (The Lady of Cuba) was born in Marianao, Havana, Cuba. From a young age he began studying drama and singing.
He has been part of several of the most prestigious Cuban orchestras such as Anacaona, Las Chicas Del Sol, PG, Azúcar Negra, NG La Banda, among others, with the aforementioned groupings he has made national and international tours visiting more than 50 countries.
Magdelys Savigne Santiago percussionist Magdelys Savigne and Havana violinist Elizabeth Rodriguez make up the Okan duet. Established in Toronto, Canada...
Bobby Matos music does all of this and some more. It helps pay homage to the soul and the spirit. This is once again evident in the music of Mambo Jazz Dance.
Bobby Matos Music is one of the most magical of all the arts. It can, by its mere sound, excite the body to such an extent that it leaps up and dances—in most cases instinctively
Okan Mas Que Nada, a composition by Robertina Morales, connects Brazilian popular music with son and rumba with a formidable vocal duo by Rodriguez and Savigne.
Dan Pitt Trio Toronto-based guitarist Dan Pitt has tagged his debut album Fundamentally Flawed. It is a trio recording full of gorgeous, glowing chords and inspired accompaniment, beginning with the tune "Balmoral," a study in patience and off-kilter beauty.
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iLatin compilation reaches its volume III. Artists from Colombia, Italy, Venezuela and Cuba are represented in this compendium of good salsa and flavor.
Pepe Montes and his Conjunto Ajiaco , an album in which Cuban musicians predominate - with the exception of Robert Vilera (Venezuela), Oscar Dudamel (Venezuela) and Humberto Ibarra (Colombia) -, includes unpublished numbers such as Ajiaco and Sera Tu Body of Pepe Montes, as well as Cortadito, the latter, written in two hands between Pepe Montes and Yiranda Diaz.
Victor Rendon & The Bron Conexión True Flight (True Journey), a composition of Victor Rendon with the arrangement of Mannozzi, is a Latin jazz worthy to open such a work with an imposing solo of Rendon in the drums. Generoso, composition and arrangement of Rick Faulner, is a tribute to the Cuban trombonist Generoso “Tojo” Jiménez and the mambo in general, with the outstanding performances of Mannozzi and Johnny Rodriguez in piano and bongos solos, respectively.
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Juan Pablo Barrios Salsa Latin Jazz presents before you this fifth musical work entitled Otra Vez! where again he walks with a new sound, rhythm and arrangements for the musical structures of the cha cha cha, bolero, mambo, rumba, guaguancó.
Isabel Roch as this great French trombonist has been known for some time in Venezuela, her professional career has traveled through different styles such as Reggae, Funky or Jazz
Juan Pablo Barrios The musician, percussionist, composer and director of the Salsa-Latin Jazz group.
Elsa Valle She brought her music and wonderful voice to an audience from around the world, appearing in jazz, Latin music and pop festivals such as the San Remo Festival or La Bienal de Flamenco Festival.