Musical Bridge

Raul Torres, Chronicler of His Times

A chronicler of his times, Raul Torres was born in Bayamo, Cuba, but he became known in Matanzas Province. From folk “trova” roots, he has researched the music of diverse regions of the world to incorporate sonorities and melodic elements of jazz as well as Brazilian, African and lately Anglo-Saxon music.

His evolution as an artist has allowed him to extend from a very particular intimate quality to reach positions of social criticism and challenge according to the degree of commitment that he has gradually acquired over the passing years, though without ceasing to uphold poetry and the beauty of life.

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Santiago Feliu: Musical Bridge from Cuba

Someone once called him “a hippie of communism,” and I believe one could find no better way to define his spirit. From melancholy to hope, discovering poetry in what surrounds him, he is usually heard by those who want him to speak to them – people who share his existential pain and the weight implied by understanding history.

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X Alfonso

The idea that moves through this theme from one end to the other is that all of us, at some moment, have been fallen angels, souls that come to us from another dimension. With pure souls, we fall into this world built by the greed of other angels who lost their wings a long time ago, but who adapted.

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