Instrumental in the global renaissance of Cuban music, Roberto Fonseca is usually a world-renowned pianist well-known for fusing Latin jazz, metropolitan music, and African rhythms using the sounds of his heritage. Given birth to in Havana in 1975, he 1st started playing the piano at age group eight and after graduating from university or college having a Master’s level in structure, teamed up with Javier Zalba beneath the guise of Temperamento to record 1999 debut En un Comienzo. A single record, Tiene Que Ver, adopted in the same 12 months, and after 2001’s dual whammy of Elengo no Limit, then focused on touring with Buena Vista Sociable Golf club and Rubén González, and generating information for Asa Festoon as well as the past due Ibrahim Ferrer. In 2007, he came back with Zamazu and adopted it up with 2009’s Akokan, 2010’s Reside in Marciac, and 2012’s Yo. In 2015, Fonseca released Ayt House: RESIDE IN Marcia in duet with Mailan vocalist and songwriter Fatoumata Diawara on Jazz Town. The following 12 months the pianist released ABUC, his documenting debut with Impulse Information. The recording revisited his Afro Cuban origins. Among its guests had been Trombone Shorty, trumpeter Manuel “Guajiro” Mirabal, vocalists Daymé Arocena and Carlos Calunga, and Buena Vista Sociable Golf club guitarist Eliades Ochoa.