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Alexander Abreu & Havana de Primera in Australia

Posted by Pavka on May 20, 2013 at 7:05 AM

Buena Vista Turro Martinez is proud to present:

Alexander Abreu, and his Grammy-nominated 14 piece band, Havana D’Primera, will debut in Australia on September, 2013 part of the International “Pasaporte Tour”.

Havana de Primera will be joined on stage by Cuba’s king of Son; Eric & Chantal Turro Martinez, Eric Turro is the choreographer and lead dancer of the international hit touring shows: Bar at Buena Vista, Havana Rumba, he is internationally recognised as one of the best dancers Cuba ever produced and the strongest link with Buena Vista Social Club’s old generation.

DJ Dwight Chocolate Escobar the official DJ for the tour will be playing the best tunes during the concerts and after parties.

 

Melbourne show will be hosted by our own DJ Mick Williams

 

The first “Rueda de Casino Competition” under artistic direction of Cuban master Eric Turro Martinez, Vice president of the Fundacion Internacional Casino Para Todos, making Eric Turro Martinez one the highest autorities on Casino worldwide.


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Reply Judy
11:47 PM on September 8, 2013 
I was so excited to hear that Alexander Abreu was performing in Melbourne, after seeing him several times in Havana.I purchased a VIP ticket for myself and 2 as birthday presents for friends. I convinced others to buy tickets as this would be a night to remember. Well, after Saturday I felt 'ripped off ', after driving 4 hours from the country and anticipating the fantastic time I was going to have. Was a sound check done? I have supported every Cuban performance over the past 14 years and appreciate the enormous work that must go into bringing artists to Australia. But, there must be a responsibility to the audience so that they receive what they have paid for, not a distortion.