If you didn’t notice – Maestra Sarita Leyva is coming back to doing all the many many things she has done spreading Cuban dance in the city… notably here, teaching the salsa lesson at Lula, Saturday night.
And after the dancers are prepared, who should take the stage the man who tries to prove the Cuban Dance bands of the 50’s don’t have to take a back seat to bands of today… when it comes to getting the dancers out of their seats… and dancing like possessed. Talking about none other than Jorge Maza, and Tipica Toronto.
This band has blown the roof off Lula Lounge every time, and it’s a good time to experience it the heat of Cuba… a long, cold winter.
n the style known as Charanga Francesa (with the addition of Cuban tres guitar), Tipica Toronto is led by veteran flautist, Jorge Maza, who performed for many years with Cubanisimo.