Award winning trova/fusion singer Kelvis Ochoa joins salsa/pop star Leoni Torres and Havana’s #1 reggaeton crew, Los Salvajes for a special Valentine?s Day presentation of the most popular Cuban music artists on the scene today.
Saturday February 6th 2010 at Six Degrees Nightclub, 2335 Yonge Street ,Toronto
Yonge@Eglinton Subway Station. www.sixdegreesthevenue.com
Doors open 8:30, Showtime 10:00 pm.
Advance tickets tickets $35.00 Available on-line at www.torontohispano.com.
Price at the door $40.00
Also available in Latin Stores.
Havanarte Productions presents three number one acts from Havana’s diverse music scene in a three hour show that travels from salsa to pop romantica, from trova to reggaeton.
Says a Havanarte spokesperson: “All of these artists sell out clubs and concert halls in Cuba on a regular basis. We have brought them all up together to present this fantastic evening of Cuban music for the Toronto audience at almost the same price that it would cost to see any one of them on their own”. For more info click:
Los Salvajes (click for video)
The first major Cuban reaggeton group ever to perform in Toronto -Los Salvajes totally dominated the streets of Havana in 2009 with their mega-hit “Si Se Va A Formar Que Se Forme” Former members of the Eddie K. band, Los Salvajes add keyboards and vocals to their dynamic live presentation of the music known today as ‘Cubaton”, they are visiting Canada after touring Europe and southamerica with a great success lauching a new CD . Los Salvajes is considered the most popular regaetton group in Havana today.
Leoni Torres (click for video)
Accompanied by his entire band from Havana – Leoni Torres is the former lead singer and principle songwriter of Cuba’s most powerful timba band La Charanga Habanera. Known for his song writing skills,powerful voice, and appeal to the ladies, the singer will perform some special romantic material for Valentine?s day, his original Cuban pop music, and all the salsa hits that he wrote with La Charanga Habanera.
Kelvis Ochoa (click for video)
Winner of Spain’s prestigious Goya Award in 2006 (with Descemer Bueno) for the soundtrack to the movie “Havana Blues”, Kelvis Ochoa is also one of the original members of the influential Cuban fusion group Habana Abierta. Combining aspects of traditional trova music with the international sound of funk, rock and pop, Ochoa’s solo album “Amor y Musica” was released in 2009 and has fuelled his popularity with sold-out concerts in Cuba and Europe