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The Cuban musician was at the CCB for the concert of the tour ‘Esencia’, and on a musical journey through his best-known themes and beyond, and spread all his magic through the Centro Cultural de Belém.
Pablo Milanés, a Cuban musician, was born on February 24, 1943, in Bayamo and one of the founders of the musical movement “La Nueva Trova“. He joined the band’s Cuarteto del Rey and Los Bucaneros but also worked as a soloist.
One of the best and most versatile voices of Cuban song of all times, which as a composer, used the most varied genres of Cuban music, setting to music several films.
This Thursday, in the Great Auditorium of the Centro Cultural de Belém, he once again enchanted the audience with his melodies and voice, in the company of Miguel Núñez, on piano, and Caridad R. Varona on cello, also had as special guest, Luís Represas, with whom he sang, ‘Si ella me faltara‘ and ‘Feiticeira‘
- Comienzo y final
- Los Males del silencio
- La Felicidad
- De qué callada manera
- Cuando tú no estás
- El tiempo, el implacable…
- Alga quisiera ser
- Islas, cuerpos y algo más
- Te espera una noche de éxitos
- La soledad
- Flores del futuro
- Los días de gloria
- Vestida de mar
- Ya ves
- En saco roto
- Si ella me faltara – com Luís Represas
- Feiticeira – com Luís Represas
- Para vivir
- El breve espacio