$30.00 USD – $40.00 USD
Walk the streets of Havana on any day and you’ll hear the soul of Cuba: music pouring from private homes and bustling restaurants, windows aglow and rattling with parties, nightclubs pulsing with throngs of people dancing. The music of pianist Harold López-Nussa reflects the full range and richness of his Cuban heritage, with its combustible blend of Afro-Cuban, modern jazz, classical, folk, and pop, and a daring embrace of improvisation. His tight-knit quartet will captivate you with their confidence, talent, and enthusiasm for music that bridges generations and genres.
“López-Nussa’s single-note grace is akin to Herbie Hancock’s, and his two-fisted attacks are as joyous as Chick Corea’s” – Howard Mandel, DownBeat Magazine
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We have two types of seating for this concert: Premier and General Admission. Premier seats are located in the first three rows of the orchestra and the first row of the balcony. Within each section, seats are first come first served. If you can’t arrive early, don’t fret, there isn’t a bad seat in the house.