Cuba’s Harold López-Nussa is a gifted pianist whose immense abilities have present him performing sophisticated post-bop jazz and Cuban and Afro-Latin rhythms. Delivered Harold López-Nussa Torres in Havana in 1983, López-Nussa grew up within a musical family members with parents who had been both music artists. His uncle, Ernán Lopez-Nussa, can be a pianist of take note. From age group eight, he researched traditional piano, first on the Manuel Saumell Elementary College of Music as well as the Amadeo Roldán Conservatory, and he afterwards graduated through the Instituto Excellent de Artes. Around age group 18 he uncovered jazz, a interest that would stay his main innovative focus. After departing school, López-Nussa obtained early see touring with vocalist Omara Portuondo and documenting Heitor Villa-Lobos’ 4th Piano Concerto with Cuba’s Country wide Symphony Orchestra in 2003. In 2005, his profile grew up actually higher after he received the First Reward and Audience Reward from the Jazz Single Piano Competition in the Montreux Jazz Event in Switzerland. He also made an appearance on albums by such varied performers as guitarist Leo Brouwer, Gilles Peterson, as well as the jazz supergroup Ninety Kilometers, alongside vibraphonist Stefon Harris, trumpeter Christian Scott, and tenor saxophonist David Sánchez. In 2007, he produced his single debut with Canciones. 2 yrs later on, he came back with Herencia, accompanied by 2011’s Un Pais de las Maravillas and 2013’s New Day time. In 2015, López-Nussa collaborated with Senegalese bassist/vocalist Alune Wade in the Afro-Latin record Havana – Paris – Dakar. The next year, he matched once again with Wade for Viaje, a likewise Afro-Latin-leaning record that also highlighted his sibling, drummer Ruy Adrián López-Nussa, aswell as guest performances from his dad Ruy Francisco López-Nussa, trumpeter Mayquel González, and percussionists Dreiser Durruthy and Adel González.