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Reinaldo de Jesus

Reinaldo De Jesus was born in Barrio Obrero Santurce, Puerto Rico. He began to play the "tumbadoras" at the age of ten because of inspirations such as; Giovanni Hidalgo, Ray Barreto, Cachete Maldonado, and Anthony Carrillo. In 1990, he was admitted to the Escuela Libre De Musica in Hato Rey, P.R. where he and other students founded the salsa group, Revolucion Latina. They performed all over Puerto Rico for four years. Reinaldo graduated from the "ELM" in 1996 and enrolled in the Conservatory of Music of Puerto Rico, where he studied classical percussion. Reinaldo recorded and performed with many different musicians such as: Cultura Profetica, DLG, Charlie Cruz, Obie Bermudez, Rey Ruiz, Luis Marin, Danilo Perez, Humberto Ramirez, Eric Figueroa, and Julito Alvarado

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Antibalas

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Read "Jazz em Agosto 2019" reviewed by Stefano Merighi

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Read "Nora La Bella" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Gian-Carla Tisera was raised in Bolivia and completed her Masters in Opera Performance at the University of Southern California. In 2004, she recorded Bolivian Baroque with Florilegium early music ensemble under the Dutch label Channel Classics and has toured with Florilegium throughout Europe, Bolivia, Turkey, Singapore and the United States. In 2012 Tisera produced and recorded ...


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