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OMARA: Hugo Perez’s brilliant documentary of Cuba’s one and only Omara Portuondo

There is something about the great Cuban chanteuse, Omara Portuondo that bears comparison with Louis Armstrong and...

Héctor Infanzón: Días Sin Tiempo

Héctor Infanzón, recognized as one of the most complete Mexican pianists, is a performer and composer with...

Leon Lee Dorsey: Freedom Jazz Dance

Leon Lee Dorsey once enjoyed the company of the celebrated pianist Hilton Ruiz, playing in one...

Guai: Capitania

For the Brasilian singer Guai – not nearly as known as she deserves to be – to...

Carlos Henriquez: The South Bronx Story

You may think you “know” the Bronx – and the South Bronx – in particular and depending...

Roxana Amed: Ontology

The question of how to build a compact disc with repertoire immersed deep in a metaphysical concept...

Antonio Adolfo: Jobim Forever

Featured photo of Antonio Adolfo by Paul Constantinides Antonio Carlos Jobim may be one of the most revered...

Gabriel Alegría Afro-Peruvian Sextet: Social Distancing

“Social distancing” became the buzz-words of our world for more than a year and a half between...

Orlando Valle “Maraca” & Orquesta Aragón: Los 80 – Homenaje a la Orquesta Aragón

When rumba - the pure Afro-Cuban music for voices and percussion - filtered down from the Matanzas...

Jovino Santos Neto: Luz

Featured photo of Jovino Santos Neto by Rhonda Stewart Performing solo on a piano – even before a...

Janio Abreu y Aire de Concierto featuring Victor Goines: Juntos Otra Vez

The Cuban island reverberates from dawn to dusk – from sea to sea – with the rhythmic...

Emilio Morales: Two Worlds of Sumptuous Pianism

If something in the water of Cuba gives birth to prodigious artistry it is in their great...

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