Jazz flutist Nestor Torres was created and raised in Puerto Rico, where he was inspired by people want Cal Tjader, Dave Brubeck, and Tito Puente. He began monitoring flute at age group 12. Torres’ dad, a talented musician, bought him a drum established when he was five. His playing includes a smorgasbord of Latin jazz, pop, straight-ahead jazz, and traditional designs. After senior high school, he transferred to NY with dreams of acquiring utilize a profusion of Latin jazz rings. After recognizing his skills being a flutist required even more honing, he signed up for Berklee University of Music and the brand new Britain Conservatory or Music. He also examined with John Wummers on the Mannes College of Music. In 1977, he graduated and came back to NEW YORK, heady along with his brand-new diploma. He sat in along with his mentors like Puente and Eddie Palmieri but additionally worked with a number of lesser-known charanga (traditional Cuban) groupings. In NY, Torres documented three single albums which were praised within the underground however, not commercially effective. In 1981, he installed using a Latin action known as Hansel and Raul and transferred to Miami, where he’s been structured since. Torres was instantly accepted in to the city’s radiant salsa picture, and he’s spent a lot of his period since that time lecturing and executing on the faculty circuit in south Florida, in addition to performing frequently at celebrations and clubs around Miami. In 1989, Torres authorized a multi-album agreement with Polygram Information and released his 1st recording for Verve/Forecast, Morning hours Trip, in 1990. It climbed to the very best from the modern jazz charts to become TOP best-seller. Later on that year, he previously an accident inside a superstar boat competition in Miami, crushing his chest muscles and harming his effective lungs. After that 34, he started a long healing process before liberating Dance from the Phoenix in August 1991, getting strength by training Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism and providing as an associate from the Soka Gakkai International (SGI). Torres’ amazing debut can be an exotic mixture of designs that requires the listener through American, Brazilian, and Afro-Cuban jazz. In 1994, Torres documented Burning up Whispers for Sony Latin Jazz, a recently created label; albums like 1996’s Speak to Me and 1999’s Treasures from the Center followed, using the latter documented for Shanachie. This Part of Paradise made an appearance in early 2001.