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La Musica Cubana from Trinidad

Hecho en Cuba ~ Fusión Trinitaria is a collaboration of four Cuban musicians from the historic Caribbean coastal town of Trinidad. The group encompasses three individual grupas and a range of traditional and contemporary Latin and Afro-Cuban musical styles, encompassing son, salsa, trova, jazz, funk and pure percussion.

This musical project showcases the individual and combined talents of Dúo Cofradía, a husband and wife jazz duo on guitar and vocals, guitarist Iosvany (Chichi) Martinez from the traditional band Septeto Eleyé and David López Garabito, El Señor de las Tumbadoras, on a variety of percussion instruments.

2006 Western Canada Tour

June 30, July 1, 2: Solstice Festival, Gravelbourg

July 6: The Exchange, Regina

July 13 to 16: Ness Creek Music Festival, Big River

July 17: Drumming Workshop, Prince Albert

July 18: Prince Albert Arts Centre, Prince Albert

July 22: Taste of Regina Festival, Regina

July 23, 24: Osborne Freehouse, Winnipeg

July 25: Cathedral Freehouse, Regina

July 26: Spadina Freehouse, Saskatoon

July 27: Workshops & House Concert, Saskatoon

July 28 to 30: Brandon Folk Music Festival, Brandon

July 31: Bow Valley Park, Oxbow

August 5: Fringe Festival, Saskatoon

August 8: In concert with Valle Son, Regina

August 10: Spring Valley Guest Ranch, Cypress Hills

August 11 to 13: Afrikadey! Festival, Calgary

August 25: Bobby's Place, Moose Jaw

August 27: Mozart in the Meadow , Regina

September 2 : Roca Jack's, Fort Qu'Appelle

September 8 : Turk's Coffee House, Prince Albert

September 9 : La Ronge Moter Hotel, La Ronge

September 13 : The Exchange, Regina

September 16 : Community Arts Centre, Gravelbourg

Hecho en Cuba - Fusion Trinitaria

Hecho en Cuba - Fusion Trinitaria features the collaborative efforts of Lia Llorente, Pachi Ruiz, David Lopez Garabito and Iosvany (Chichi) Martinez.

Watch for additional performance and workshop dates, coming soon!

For further information or bookings, contact Carol Olson at Blue Sky Cultural Connections.

Last updated November 2006