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Thirteen young Cuban musicians on stage and Alain Pérez, the man-orchestra, genius of bass and arrangements, flying among the metals, bass, percussion and piano. He sings, dances, borrows the instruments to give us a salsa, timba and Latin jazz show, always accompanied by his elephant head cane, in homage to the great Benny Moré.
Inspired by flamenco through his work with maestros such as Paco de Lucia, he creates La Orquesta in Cuba and offers two albums nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards. His talent has allowed him to play with internationally renowned orchestras and musicians such as Los Vanvan, Irakere, Isaac Delgado, Paquito Rivera, Celia Cruz, Javier Maso Caramelo and many others. In Spain, he shared the stage with big names like Enrique Morente, Diego El Cigala and Niño Josele, among many others, who didn't hesitate to integrate Cuban rhythms in their latest productions.
With La Orquesta, he proposes a mestizo music, the fruit of his numerous collaborations and trips and presents an amazing, authentic and unforgettable show. The texts, written by his father, also mark this difference, narrating anecdotes of Cuban life with mischief and humor. Let's enjoy and dance!