Creole Choir Of Cuba Tickets
One of the most popular bands from ow ready to give you a smashing performance that is sure to be filled with some great entertainment, amazing music and an electrifying atmosphere. The Creole Choir of Cuba is a group that has been ruling the hearts of millions of people all over the world ever since it was formed. Their soulful songs and catchy tunes never fail to leave a mark on the audience and their performances are always full of immense energy and excitement. If you too want to be part of one of their latest performances than you have come to the right place. We provide you with the best tickets to their upcoming tour, so wait no more and get yours right here today!
The Creole Choir of Cuba is made up of Yara Diaz, Marina Fernandes, Irian Montejo, Yordanka Fajardo, Emilia Diaz Chavez, Dalio Vital, Marcelo Luis, Teresita Miranda, Fidel Miranda, and Rogelio Torriente. They are currently under a contract with a recording company called Real World Records, which belongs to Peter Gabriel, a musician who founded Womad. The ten artists in the band belong to the third city of Cuba known as Camaguey, which is located on the east side of the island. The members lived in an old colonial town and grew up studying music. The choir celebrates the history of the descendants of Haiti, who were slaves of West Africa's Caribbean. The band members all had a knack for music from an early age, as music was part of their heritage. Ever since the nineteenth century, music had been passed down from generation to generation in their families, a fact which helped them nurture their skills and talents. As time passed, the band added modern Haitian tunes to the old sound, creating a blend of powerful vocals and awe inspiring music.
The Creole Choir of Cuba was established in the year 1994. This was during the time when the Soviet and the USSR withdrew their support for the revolution, and the economy of Cuba crashed. During those days, work places and homes had electricity shortage and food was scarce, making it a very difficult time for a band to survive. However, the choir was formed with a goal to bring back the laments of their forefathers and created resistance music in order to help people get over their troubles. They performed in Haiti for the first time in the year 1996, when they visited a Haitian festival. The director of the group is Emilia Diaz Chavez who worked with the members to revive their ancestor's music for the modern audiences. The band sings the songs in the second language of Cuba, called Creole. The language was formed by slaves when they blended different words together from English, Spanish and French with the Taino language of the Caribbean indigenous people, and African languages.
Creole was a language that the members of the bands' great grandparents, grandparents and parents spoke. Thus, it was very close to the hearts of the musicians and they worked to bring a new and innovative feel to the language through their music. Every song of the choir is described as a small movie, filled with compassion, humor and vitality. Their music tells tales of the will for freedom, the prayers and laments of a mother, of hope, of homesickness for family, of enduring love, of ghosts at the crossroads, of heroes who defied colonial masters, of survival despite abject poverty and many more themes as well. Their melodies are irresistible and rich, and their music always leaves the listener in awe.
Recently, the Creole Choir of Cuba appeared on a show called Two's Later... with Jools Holland on BBC, giving a performance of their most popular songs, Chen Nan Ren. Now, the band is gearing up to embark on another tour and this is a chance you do not want to miss. Get your hands on the best Creole Choir of Cuba tickets right here and get set to be mesmerized!