El Iyá

It was about the challenge of the Cuban key which is more traditional and simple. I raised to the challenge to play the key and sing at the same time. Go, go with the Cuban rhythms.

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Dunia Hédreville Swing Quintet

The love and admiration for Ella  Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen Mcrae, Dinah Washington, Anita O’day, Betty Carter, Diane Schuur, Bessie Smith is a short list of the endless voices of the great ladies of jazz.

Songs of soul

It is the sound of what I feel when I go around the Earth and observe the different things that are offered as a learning process in this life.

We went from the simplest and most beautiful harmony to the complexity of torn feelings and the tears of existence.

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From slavery to jazz

Was a Social and training project designed to promote coexistence, interculturality, and integration in the education system.

I enjoyed and learned very much with this intergenerational meeting with the kids.

It was a very pleasant experience to have as a social commitment with my city youth.

Jazz against Intolerance

A bitter reminder that we are still cultivating in this humanity, the fruits of racism.

“God Bless The Child” – duo with Sheela Gathright

Ñu Dayé in En Route Artists

Ñu Dayé: is the fusion of rhythms like zouk, reggae, jazz, afro, latinos and modern harmony. We recovered traditional African songs and created new compositions based on personal experiences and sensations.

“Sorinené” and “Escalera del mono” are by Fernando Calvo Martin