Diego Figueiredo and Chuchito Valdés: Brazil Meets Cuba

Chuchito Valdés and Diego FigueiredoCombining two of the most exciting artists in Latin jazz creates an explosion of music and crazed fans. Diego Figueiredo is considered one of the most talented guitar players in the world today. He has released over nineteen albums to date and has performed in over forty countries around the world! Diego’s phenomenal technique and emotion has created an explosion of adoring fans. The hot sounds of Cuba’s roots and modern jazz come alive in the explosive hands of pianist and two-time Latin Grammy nominee, Chuchito Valdés. As the son of Chucho Valdés and grandson of Bebo Valdés, Chuchito belongs to Cuba’s most beloved musical dynasty.

WHEN: THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 2019 AT 8:00 pm
WHERE: FLATO MARKHAM THEATRE
ADDRESS: 171 TOWN CENTRE BOULEVARD, MARKHAM ON
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“(Chuchito) Valdes and his band reinvigorated age old Cuban musical forms.”
– Chicago Tribune

“(Diego Figueiredo) One of the greatest guitarists I’ve seen in my whole life”
George  Benson

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