The best Latin-jazz will land in Lanzarote with “Caramelo de Cuba”, Javier Colina and “Bandolero”
On August 16 and 17 at 10 pm, the Island and Rhythm Association offers us two evenings of authentic luxury to enjoy the best music in Lanzarote.
On this occasion several musicians of the highest level will appear at the Pool Bar of the Grand Hotel. The first one is Javier Massó, one of the most prestigious Latin-jazz pianites in today’s music world. He is best known for his nickname, “Caramelo de Cuba”, which was given to him by Enrique Morente, a great companion and friend and musician with whom he played countless times. Throughout his cart he has also worked with artists such as Celia Cruz, Jerry Gonzalez, Paco de Lucia, or Diego “El Cigala”.
Accompanying him on stage will be the Spanish bassist Javier Colina, who already visited Lanzarote a few years ago to give a recital at the International Museum of Contemporary Art. Without a doubt, the greatest exponent of this instrument at the national level and of the most respected worldwide. Musicians from all over the planet seek to collaborate with him for his high level, his quality and the way to achieve musicality. It is clearly a reference.
As if that were not enough, these two great musicians will be joined by José Manuel Ruiz, “Bandolero”, a renowned percussionist who began his career accompanying the dancer Joaquín Cortés. Subsequently, he has worked with the dance greats in Spain such as Antonio Canales or Sara Varas, among others, making international tours on all continents.
Everything indicates that the new proposal of Isla y Ritmo will be stored again in the retinas and in the eardrums of those attending both appointments. Tickets are already on sale through this link.