Cuban-born multi-instrumentalist Omar Sosa is really a prolific, very much lauded performer known for his genre-bending recordings fusing Latin jazz, African traditions, avant-garde improvisation, traditional music, and much more. Blessed on Apr 10, 1965 in Camaguey, Cuba, Sosa began monitoring music at age group five while participating in the Escuela Provincial de Musica in Camaguey. This resulted in his intense research of drums and percussion at two additional schools through the past due ’70s and early ’80s: Cuba’s Escuela Nacional de Musica and Instituto First-class de Arte. Sosa after that began to instruct percussion to kids before he developed the group Tributo in 1986, that he penned and oversaw the materials for two of the albums, and toured. This is adopted up by Sosa’s use Cuban vocalist Vicente Feliú (1988’s Arteporética), the group XL Talla Extra with Cuban vocalist Xiomara Laugart, the jazz fusion clothing Entrenoz, the Afro-Ecuadorian music group Koral con Esmeralda, and (as keyboardist) the music group Koan Fussion. After settling in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA in the middle-’90s, Sosa started issuing single albums: the 1996 single piano display Omar Omar, 1997’s ensemble-based Free of charge Origins, 1998’s Inside, 1999’s Nature of the Origins and Bembon, and 2000’s Prietos. Furthermore, Sosa created recordings for Ricardo Williams, Leo Mass, and Vino con Miel. In 2002, Sosa released the expansive Sentir, that he gained a Latin Grammy Honor nomination for Greatest Latin Jazz Recording. Ayaguna made an appearance in 2003, adopted a year later on from the duet recording Pictures of Spirit with percussionist Adam Rudolph. He following became a member of Italian flügelhornist Paulo Fresu for 2007’s Guarantee and debuted his Afreecanos ensemble having a self-titled recording in 2008. Sosa after that delivered a small number of similarly well-received cultural fusion albums, including 2009’s Stories from the planet earth with flutist Tag Weinstein, 2010’s Wedding ceremony using the NDR BigBand, and 2011’s single piano documenting Calma. In 2012, Sosa combined once again with flügelhornist Fresu for Alma. 2 yrs later, he gained another Grammy Honor nomination for Greatest Latin Jazz Recording with Eggun: The Afri-Lectric Encounter, a reimagining of Kilometers Davis’ Sort of Blue. Then showcased his Quarteto AfroCubano on 2015’s Ilé and combined for any third period with Fresu for 2016’s Eros. In 2017, Sosa collaborated with Senegalese kora participant and drummer Seckou Keita on Transparent Drinking water.