Alfredo De La Fé violinist who lived in Colombia for more than 16 years and is responsible for transforming the violin into an important sound of Salsa and Latin music.

The first solo violinist to perform with a Salsa orchestra, De La Fé has toured the world more than thirty times, appearing in concert and participating in more than one hundred albums by such top-ranked Latin artists as Eddie Palmieri, Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, José Alberto "El Canario", Cheo Feliciano, The Fania All-Stars, Santana[1] and Larry Harlow.

His second solo album, Alfredo, released in 1979, received a Grammy nomination as "Best Latin album".One of the most emblematic figures of salsa is Alfredo De La Fe.

Eclectic, transgressor of genres, visionary, is one of those responsible for adding a new sound of violin to salsa. Born in Havana, Cuba.

Dancing Jazz, an album recorded entirely in New York at Jon Fausty's RPM studios and mastered by Leon Zervos, also featured co-production by Nili Belkin.

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