5 th Anniversary of the South Florida Dominican Jazz Fest
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5 th Anniversary of the South Florida Dominican Jazz Fest will pays a musical tribute to Rafael “Bullumba” Landestoy.
Dominican National Glory Rafael “Bullumba” Landestoy who immortalized his compositions on the golden screens of Mexico’s cinema era will appear for the first time in Miami along with Nestor Torres, Rafelito Mirabal and Roberto Perera.
WHERE: Pullman Hotel & Resort located at 5800 Blue Lagoon Dr., Miami FL 33126.
WHEN: SATURDAY October 15, 2016 – 7pm
TICKETS: For information or ticket purchases please call 786.286.3669 or send email to:firstname.lastname@example.org. Price $100 Includes Cocktail Reception, Full Dinner, Show & Open Bar.
Miami October 12, 2016.- Olé Communication- This up coming Saturday October 15, at the Pullman Hotel & Resort will be hosting the fifth anniversary of the South Florida Jazz Fest, a special night for the history of jazz, where for the first time in the USA we will witness the international talents of Pianist, Composer and Arranger Rafaelito Mirabal & Sistema Temperado with special guests flautist and Grammy Winner Nestor Torres together with Harpist Roberto Perera, they will pay a musical tribute to Maestro Rafael “Bullumba” Landestoy, a National Dominican Glory during the framework of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Maestro “Bullumba” has numerous world-wide successes in the rhythms of the bolero, merengue, guaracha, and classical music. His compositions have been performed by musicians of international recognition as Toña La Negra, Fernando Fernández, Celia Cruz, Alberto Beltrán, Vicentico Valdés, Rafael Solano, among others.
His legacy is imbedded in the musical history of the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Mexico, this last country mentioned is where his songs were interpreted in films of the golden age of Mexican cinema. Among the attractions of the show we will feature a participation of a Latin singer performing a classic bolero composed by Bullumba to jazz bossa nova standards.
Rafelito Mirabal & Sistema will play his latest musical creations for the first time in Miami. The event is a unique show because the nephew of Bullumba and producer of the event, Peter Landestoy, will bring Bullumba’s classical piano & guitar compositions to modern jazz standards, thanks to the musical arrangements of Mirabal. This will be a magical night where we will also enjoy a choreography produced by Massiel Olmos, Cultural & Artistic Representative of the OPT office in Miami performed by contemporary dancer Laura Rosguer. T
he South Florida Dominican Jazz Fest has positioned itself as the only event of Dominican culture that during Hispanic Heritage Month opens its doors to other cultures to display the musical talent from the Caribbean nation and raise it along with other leading International Jazz artists from around the world. Peter Landestoy has produced the event since its inception; the Dominican businessman is a lover of good music, coming from a family of musicians for several generations.
“We are trying to unify different Dominican artists with the international counterpart during the festivities of the Hispanic Heritage Month and embrace them all under the tricolor Dominican Flag”, says the producer Landestoy. This year the festival has partnered with the participation as an associate producer with Mandy Llanes, a Cuban impresario with 36 years of experience in the sector of Marketing, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hialeah Chamber of Commerce.
“I am proud to be part of a historic event where we bring the classical music of Dominican glory Bullumba, artist that left its mark in so many countries, such as Mexico, and help bring his style of classical music for todays contemporary jazz, thus recalling the reality of our Hispanic roots,” explains Mandy Llanes. This event is made possible thanks to the support of their sponsors, the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic, Presidente Beer and Ron Barcelo. Three major representatives of Dominican culture.
From the conception the festival, the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic (MITUR), has maintained its sustained support to this initiative, given that in the past 8 years, this country has positioned itself as the number one destination in the Caribbean, given their attractive and varied complementary offers such as rivers, mountains, golf, adventure, music, and happy hearted people.
For more information, please contact: Peter Landestoy at 786.286.3669 or email: email@example.com