The wonderful thing about good traditional music is that the different generations always have a nostalgic memory of their time.
Whether it is remembered or not, a song, a rhythm, a refrain, it always remains in some restless mind that brings it back to life and then it is reborn with changes inherent to the sonority of the moment.
Lázaro Valdés, father, is a living witness of that postulate; Pianist, composer, arranger and musical director … this musician of the roots has a career which not a few admire with respect. Been part of the Giant Band of the giant Beny Moré endorse it with chords of the best of the Cuban music of the golden age.
When a teacher like him speaks commendably of our project the roots deepen, the foliage grows and the fruits of traditional music become eternal.