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Cuban groups seek to raise gramophone for Latin Grammy Award 2022

Names such as Alexander Abreu, Havana D´Primera, X Alfonso, Eme Alfonso, Síntesis, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Aymée Nuviola and Ignacio Piñeiro National Septet, are among the nominees in the categories for Best Salsa Album, Traditional Tropical Album and Folk.

Under the leadership of trumpeter Abreu, Havana D´Primera fuses selection with painting, and is finished, awarded on the island in the latest edition of Cubadisco and has become a review of popular topics for local Sonero staff such as Échale limon, Más roll que, Mi Salsa, You Don’t Count Me, Adventure Crazy, tired bull dance, among others.

In this section, a group of the largest of the Antilles compete for the prize of the Academy of Latin Recording with Marc Anthony (Pa’lla voy) and Luis Figueroa with the harmonious board, Luisito Ayala and La Puerto Rican Power (Y te he says that…) and Victor Manuel (side a side b).

For its part, the joint work of X Alfonso, Eme Alfonso and the group Síntesis paid off with the nomination of the sound recording Ancestros Sinfonic, which brings together symbolic themes from the group’s repertoire, defending ethnic fusion and Afro-Cuban roots.

With the advice of guitarist and conductor Leo Brouwer, the production has set the record in Portugal and Havana, unlike the gramophone in the Best Folk Album section, which includes signed productions by Paulina Aguirre, Eva Ayllón, Pedro Aznar, Susana Baca, Natalia Lavorcade and Sandra Mihanovic.

Likewise, the Best Traditional Tropical Album section includes Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Aimee Nuviola Live in Marciac, Gran Combo pa’rato album, by Septeto Nacional Ignacio Piñeiro, and Canten, by Leonie Torres.

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Produced by Bis Music, Septet’s work pays homage to the Great Combo of Puerto Rico, while celebrating its 95th anniversary, with special guests such as Gilberto Santa Rosa, Víctor Manuelle, Gerardo Rivas, Moisés Valleisel, Mandy Cantero, William Borrego and Ulizzi Miranda, Emilio Moret, Lachy Nunez and Gustavo Oliva.

Regarded as the National Heritage of Cuban Culture and Ambassador of Cuban Folklore, he has received three Latin Grammy nominations and one American Grammy nomination, records about 20 soundtracks and has performed in about fifty countries.

Meanwhile, Live in Marciac is the result of a concert by its creators at the Jazz in Marciac Festival in France, and mimics the reception of the duo’s first collaboration when they released the album Viento y Tiempo – Live at Blue Note Tokyo, which was part of the 2020 Grammy nominations. , in the Best Latin Jazz Album category.

Similarly, distinguished Cuban pianist Chucho Valdes appears among the selected signatures of the nominees in the Latin jazz/jazz section, on this occasion for the piece Mirror Mirror, along with Eliane Elias and Chick Corea.