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$30/$25 + bf | 7pm doors, 8pm show
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Experience Cubanissimo with Cuban trumpeter Lazaro Numa and Caribé! Be transported by some of Sydney’s finest jazz and Latin musicians performing with Sydney-based Cuban dancer Adrian Medina to celebrate the launch of Lazaro Numa’s CD ‘Mi Cuba’ on Sunday June 24th at Camelot.

Trumpeter Lázaro Ernest Numa Pompa’s CD Mi Cuba is an eight-tune love letter serenading his musical lineage and the music of Cuba. Romantic from start to finish, these largely instrumental compositions are dedications to “all the great Soneros” of 1940s and 50s Cuba.

Together they push the boundaries of modern Cuban rumba, cha cha chá, Afro-Cuban 6/8, guajira, mambo and more. Latin Jazz Network’s critic Raul de Gama noted that Gai Bryant’s Cuban-based music exudes, “… a wild celebration ... a riot of tone colour. Tempos, ensemble and balance - all seem effortless and intuitively right."

Speacial guest Lazaro Numa-trumpet/vocals, Gai Bryant and Julian Gough saxophones, Lee McIver-trumpet, Danny Carmichael-trombone, Ed Goyer-piano, Duano Martinez-bass, Antonio Marquéz and Giorgio Rojas-percussion with Cuban dancer Adrian Medina.

Born in Havana, Cuba Lazaro developed a love of music from an early age. He studied trumpet at the Amadeo Roldan Conservatory of Music in Havana and has been performing classical, jazz, Latin and pop music internationally for over 15 years.

Lazaro has played with a number of Australian bands including award-winning Quarter Street Orchestra. With Quarter Street he had the opportunity to appear at Womadelaide in 2016, where he also performed with Grammy-winning artist Diego El Cigala. In the same year he toured China with Chinese pop star David Teo playing to packed stadiums.

Recently he composed and recorded his debut CD in Cuba featuring special guest Manuel ‘Guajiro’ Mirabel, a founding member of the Buena Vista Social Club. Lazaro is passionate about his Cuban heritage and loves sharing the music and culture of Cuba. 

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