Pablo Cardenas is back to Hermann’s on January 16 with a selection of the best of Cuban Jazz with a stellar quartet that includes, Louis Rudner on the bass, Hector Ramos on the congas, and Jose Sanchez on the drums.
The Cuban Jazz one of the most interesting derivations of Jazz, also called Afro-Cuban Jazz, this type of music keep its presence at the most important Jazz festivals in the world with Chucho Valdes as the leader of this genre during many years, along with a constellation of incredible musicians that has defend it and develop it into many different forms like Chano Pozo and Arturo Sandoval.
Pablo Cardenas is a Cuban Jazz pianist, composer, music educator and arranger with different influences like Afro-Cuban, Latin jazz, Jazz Fusion, Modern Jazz, Classical and more. He studied classical performance at the Superior Institute of Arts in Havana, Cuba. Since the 2000s he has been performing in music festivals in Havana and internationally. He has been residing in Canada since 2011 where he created different music projects as The West Coast Cuban All Stars, The Latin Jazz Combo and his Modern Jazz Trio just to mention a few, contributing for the developing of the Latin music scene in the area, performing at the most important venues and festivals around, and collaborating with accomplished musicians in the area.
This event is part of the live stream events offered free of admission by Hermann’s Jazz Club to their loyal supporters, your contributions will help us to continue to cover the production costs and support musicians so this events can keep happening while circumstances get back to normality, stay safe and we hope to see you then!