Havana, Sep 12 (Prensa Latina) “I want to make music that builds bridges and has no limits in terms of gender,” said the Mexican singer Rosalia Leon, who will offer a concert on September 13 at Havana’s National Museum of Fine Arts.
At a press conference held at the venue of the Cuban Institute of Music, the singer expressed the importance of performing in Cuba, a country that she considers to be very rich culturally.
“My music comes from folklore fused with different genres such as sons, huapangos, jaranas, rock, pop, we create a brotherhood between traditional and contemporary music, which makes my repertoire ideal for the entire family,” she said.
During the recital scheduled for 19:00 local time, the guitar player Cesar Huesca and locals Haydee Milanes, Athanai, Raul Verdecia and Dayron Ortiz will be accompanying the singer as guests.
“Mexico, I sing to you from Cuba” is the name of the concert, which will have an acoustic-electric concept of guitars, and with which Leon will celebrate the independence day of her country.
In the concert, the artist will share songs from her most recent album titled “Más alto” (Higher), as well as other titles composed by her and artists such as Pablo Milanes, Jose Pablo Moncayo and Gerardo Tamez.