Ed Corzo, is a professional Cuban musician from Havana, Cuba. Piano and clarinet player. Composer and Arranger.
He began musical studies with his father, Gregorio Corzo, a violinist from the Cuban National Symphony Orquestra. Ed was an independent guitar and piano student until the age of 21. Then, he decided to complete a formal education at Ignacio Cervantes Conservatorio, where he graduated as a Clarinetist. Around that time, he composed music for Cuban TV and served as musical director of the Conjunto Nacional de Espectaculos.
Ed Corzo had the opportunity to tour Cuba, Colombia, Mexico, Venezuela, and the US, where he explored musical roots and sonorities, and expanded his repertoire to a variety of music genres. Additionally, he has arranged and composed music for films, television, radio, and theater in those countries.
Today he is a Professor at Community Music Center (San Francisco), and a freelance performer for local and international bands.
Fidel Hernández González
Singer, multi-instrumentalist born in Sancti Spiritus, Cuba (Cuba).
He grew up in a musicall family and, at three years old he began playing music with his brothers and father he made his first appearances singing with his family’s band at the age of 5 years old.
His repertoire includes:
Latin, jazz and vivacious rhythms of Cuban son, salsa, cha-cha-cha, guajira, rumba, bolero
and well-known international and own songs.
With livemusic from Cuba:
plays music like Buena Vista Social Club, Sound Latin Music, House, Vocal House.
From fine Bolero, the magical drum mood of the dance rhythm of the music to the modern lounge.