Timba and Cuban band Jazz directed and founded by one of the great trumpeters, singer, composer, arranger and Cuban teachers, Alexander Abreu in 2008.
Alexander Abreu was born in Cienfuegos, Cuba, on September 6, 1976. He started playing the trumpet at 10 years old. During the period of his secondary education, he formed part of the Ismaelillo group and a vocal group led by Rosa Campos.

Great group of popular Cuban music created and directed by the pianist, arranger, writer, composer and director, César Pedroso Fernández better known as "Pupy".
Pupy is considered one of the most important figures of Timba and Cuban popular music. He passed through several groups in his training transition, notably his time as a pianist in the Revé Orchestra, later as one of the founders of "Los Van Van" with his partner and friend Juan Formell, this being one of the music groups Cuban emblematic and of great relevance.

Also known as "Juan Formell and Los Van Van", the most successful band in the history of Cuban popular music.

Singer and composer

Pablo Alfonso Fernández Gallo, also known as Paulo, Paulito or "El sofocador de la salsa". He was born on January 11, 1962 in Havana.
At the age of 19, he began taking clarinet lessons at the "Ignacio Cervantes" Music Conservatory.

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