World/Latin/African/Ethnic

Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo

Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo was born and raised in Cuba. His early inspiration was his musically gifted father Porfirio Nunez, a former singer/guitarist with one of the oldest Cuban orchestras "Brisas de Nipe".

As a professional artist Joaquin has had a successful music career in Cuba. Performing in numerous music events and festivals, he shared the stage with some of Cuba's most elite musicians like Emiliano Salvador, Juan Pablo Torres and Joel Rodriguez Milor.

Luis Mario Ochoa Quartet

Born in Havana, Cuba in April 6, 1963, Luis Mario’s earliest musical influences came from his father Luis Ochoa Sr. singer, guitarist and founding member of “Trio Voces de Oro”, one of Cuba’s most romantic ensembles.

Hotland Trio

Hotland Trio’s music features beautiful, contemplative melodies rooted in Balkan and Canadian folk, always complemented with a distinct and relentless rhythmic drive.

Their music often creates new and exciting worlds with exotic moods that are sometimes melancholic, sometimes tragic, but often joyful and passionate.

Though rooted in folk idioms, the music also reveals their classical roots as well as their deep appreciation and love for all improvisational styles of music.

Max Senitt

Max Senitt is the drummer with 2 time Juno, 2 time Grammy award winning artist Alex Cuba. He has also performed with Hilario Duran, Carol Welsman, Eliana Cuevas, Elizabeth Shepherd, and Gordon Sheard.

Bossa Tres

BOSSA TRES has been performing Bossa Nova and Brazilian Samba classics, as well as a variety of Brazilian rarities, Jazz Standards and Latin Jazz since 2003. BOSSA TRES' repertoire draws from the greatest of the Brazilian composers and performers like Ary Barroso, Dorival Caymmi, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Newton Mendoça, João Gilberto, Chico Buarque and Caetano Veloso. They perform those compositions in the original Portuguese and Spanish versions.

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