Since his arrival in NEW YORK in the tail-end of ’90s, Cuban immigrant Dafnis Prieto has loved a reputation to be a flexible and broad-minded drummer, percussionist, composer, and arranger who is able to handle post-bop and Latin jazz along with the occasional avant-garde gig. Prieto brings more information on affects to his playing, plus they range from Artwork Blakey and Elvin Jones to Latin greats such as for example Ray Barretto, Mongo Santamaria and Tito Puente. Blakey, it ought to be noted, hasn’t only affected Prieto’s playing but additionally, his bandleading/organizing outlook. A few of Prieto’s plans show an absolute knowing of Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, and Prieto in addition has been influenced from the bandleading and organizing of pianist Eddie Palmieri (who’s an enormous name both in salsa/Afro-Cuban music and Latin jazz).Given birth to in 1974, Prieto was raised in Santa Clara, Cuba — a little city about 150 kilometers from Havana. Prieto analyzed both acoustic guitar and percussion like a pre-teen, and after departing Santa Clara, he relocated to Havana to wait the National College of Music (where he focused on Afro-Cuban and traditional music but became progressively thinking about jazz). Among the music artists Prieto used when he was still surviving in Cuba was Canadian saxophonist Jane Bunnett, who asked him to execute in THE UNITED STATES within her group. Prieto was 25 when, in 1999, he made a decision to make NEW YORK his permanent house. The first 2000s discovered Prieto working like a sideman by many well-known music artists, including Eddie Palmieri, pianist Michel Camilo, guitarist Carlos Barbosa-Lima, vibist Dave Samuels (of Spyro Gyra popularity) and pianist Arturo O’Farrill (child of Chico O’Farrill). Lots of the music artists he used after settling in ny favored extremely straight-ahead jazz, although Prieto also made an appearance in a few avant-garde configurations with saxophone explorer Henry Threadgill. It had been also through the early 2000s that Prieto shaped his very own quintet, whose people included trumpeter Brian Lynch (among the many individuals who handed through Artwork Blakey’s Jazz Messengers), saxophonist Peter Apfelbaum, acoustic bassist Hans Glawischnig and Venezuelan pianist Luis Perdomo. Regarding the Monks, Prieto’s initial album a head, was presented with a Feb 2005 release time by the 3rd party Zoho Music; furthermore to creating and organizing the record, Prieto wrote every one of the material.
|1||Jazz percussionist and composer.|
|2||Recipient of a 2011 MacArthur Foundation fellowship.|
|El canto del gallo||2006||Video documentary short|
|Chico & Rita||2010||musician|
|El canto del gallo||2006||Video documentary short composer: theme music|
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