“It is a dream come true for lovers of Latin and Cuban music in Russia to bring a top band,” the founder of the musical agency, Gerard Baltazar, told Prensa Latina, in reference to the second performance of the group in Moscow.
On October 7, the renowned popular dance music group began a tour of several European countries (Spain, France, Sweden, Denmark and Germany) that will conclude with a closing concert in Moscow.
Taking into account the epidemiological situation caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, organizers of the event established that the audience must go through a free PCR test at the entrance.
Founded by Cuban trump player Alexander Abreu in 2007, during its presentation, Havana D’Primera will play classic songs from its repertoire, as well as new pieces contained in the album ‘Sera que se Acabo?'(Could it be that it’s over?), released in October 2020.
The album is a tribute to songs that were hits of Cuban popular dance music in the 1990s.