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Rumba with Yoruba Andabo

Yoruba Andabo was featured as a special guest on the discs La rumba soy yo (2001 Latin Grammy) and Tremenda rumba, by Maracas y Nueva Visión, nominated for a Grammy in 2003

Lázaro Valdés: Benny Moré’s last pianist

Interview with Lázaro Valdés, Benny Moré’s last pianist and the great performer of “Santa Isabel de las Lajas,” a member of the Banda Gigante from 1958-1963, and recognized as a classic Cuban musician, conductor, composer, arranger, and researcher.

The Chano Pozo Legend

100th anniversary of the original Conga King Luciano, Chano, Pozo González was born 100 years ago, on January 7, 1915 and the world of afro-Cuban music

95TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE KING OF RHYTHM

Memories of Benny Moré in Havana

Benny Moré, in his epoch, embodied the Cuban capital Havana, through his restless and bohemian life; his bars; dance halls; theatres; shows; records and musical life.

90TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE TRÍO MATAMOROS

Miguel Matamoros: “I am the son of Santiago de Cuba”

Miguel Matamoros was born on May 8, 1894 and died on April 15, 1971. 2015 marks the 90th anniversary of the founding of the famous Trío Matamoros, precisely on Miguel’s birthday in 1925.

Cuba, part of New York’s musical diet

The Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, declared whilst visiting Havana last April that the city of New York is not going to establish a new relationship with Cuba, but rather rekindle cultural relations that have always existed

Adalberto and his Son: 30 years is nothing

Adalberto Álvarez is Cuba’s most well-known contemporary son musician, and on February 26, 2014, his group celebrated its 30th anniversary, which for him is nothing, because “I hope to keep son alive for many years.”

The new Irakere

Chucho Valdés, has decided to record an album of emblematic Irakere tracks, offering up an explosive mixture of jazz, rock, classical and a wide range of traditional Cuban music