Tag: Eduardo Sandoval

The Latin Side of Jazz · August 2021

Featured photo of Janio Abreu by Danilo Navas – 35 Festival Internacional Jazz Plaza 2020 – Teatro...

Horacio “El Negro” Hernández: Italuba Big Band

Of all the Afro-Cuban musicians playing the “conventional” North American – or “Jazz” – drum sets there...

Jazz Plaza 2020: The Celebration of Otherness

Chapter two of our series: 35th Jazz Plaza International Festival in Havana Featured photo: Callejón de Hamel -...

Eduardo Sandoval: Más Trombón Que Nunca

Editor's Pick · Featured Album Of all of the brass and reed instruments played in music, somehow the...

Adriano Clemente: Cuban Fires

Continuing from where he left off in his journey through the ritual magic of the Afro-Cuban musical...

Eduardo Sandoval: Caminos Abiertos

The trombone should not really be considered a relatively unfamiliar instrument in Cuban music. After all the...

Introducing Brenda Navarrete, Mi Mundo

Mi Mundo introduces a shining new star on the world music firmament. This is the solo debut...

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