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1992 Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival

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Gonzalo Rubalcaba is featured leading his Quartet at the 1992 Blue Note Mt. Fuji Jazz Festival.

Personnel:

Gonzalo Rubalcaba, piano
Reynald Melian, trumpet
Felipe Cabrera, bass
Julio Barreto, drums

Gonzalo Rubalcaba was born in Havana on May 27, 1963 and began studying classical piano at age eight and playing nights locally.

He went on tour with Orquesta Aragon, visiting France and Africa in 1983 priorer to forming his band "Grupo Proyecto" two years later and being discovered by Dizzy Gillespie.

Rubalcaba would perform at the 1986 Havana Jazz Festival the following year accompanied by a rhythm section consisting of Charlie Haden and Paul Motian.

Soon the pianist began appearing at international jazz festivals and became on of the biggest Afro Cuban of the 1990s after sighing with Blue Note.



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