Along with his dynamic piano playing and unique method of salsa, Papo Lucca (given birth to Enrique Arsenio Lucca, Jr.) offers led his music group, Sonora Porcena, towards the forefront of Latin music. Inheriting the group from his dad, Lucca has continuing to inspire Sonora Porcena along with his innovative playing. While Ruben Cutting blades known as Lucca, “the very best pianist on the planet,” Cuban pianist Ruben Gonzalez described, “of non-Cuban pianists, I most admire (Lucca) because his salsa is quite close to child. Son piano is definitely even more assorted than salsa piano that is even more formulaic and keeps on to an individual riff a lot longer.” Lucca continues to be associated with music the majority of his lifestyle. A indigenous of Ponce, a little city in the southern coastline of Puerto Rico, he began monitoring on the city’s Totally free College of Music at age six. Not only is it been trained in solfeggio, he examined piano, clarinet, saxophone, and music theory. Per month after he signed up for the institution, he performed a traditional piece on an area radio place. Lucca simultaneously examined privately with pianist Ramon Fernandez. Along with his father’s encouragement, Lucca advanced quickly. Performing with Sonora Porcena at age eight, he produced his documenting debut 3 years later, once the group followed bolero vocalists Felipe Rodriguez and Davilita on the record, Al Compas De Todas las Sonoras. At age fourteen, Lucca started an “public” person in Sonora Porcena. Through the entire 1950s, Lucca continued to be active being a musician. Furthermore to playing single piano on the tv program hosted by Ruth Fernandez, he documented with Obdulio Morales, Orquestra Panamerica, and Machito. Despite his active schedule, Lucca discovered time and energy to continue his formal research. Graduating from the School of Puerto Rico, he continued to study on the Conservatory of Music. His initial opportunity to display his talents emerged in 1976 when he co-produced Sonora Porcena’s record, Musical Conquest/Conquista Musical, with Louie Ramirez. 2 yrs later, he created the group’s record, Explorando, by himself. Although he’s continued to be focused on Sonora Porcena, Lucca provides balanced his participation with a number of outside tasks. In 1976, he changed pianist Larry Harlow within the Fania All-Stars. He continuing to perform using the group before middle-’90s. Lucca reached his top in 1979. As well as Sonora Porcena, he collaborated with important Latin vocalist Celia Cruz with an record, La Cieba, and made an appearance with Cruz within a tv documentary, Salsa. Exactly the same yr, he performed with an recording, Habana Jam, combined with the Fania All-Stars, that was recorded throughout a concert in Cuba. Lucca also documented a single piano recording, Latin Jazz, in 1993.