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Tom Ehrlich - 2016 Dayme Arocena

 

DAYMÉ AROCENA

THE NEW PARISH, OAKLAND, CA

APRIL 3, 2016

PHOTOS BY TOM EHRLICH © 2016

Left to right Rafael Aldama, Daymé Arocena and Jorge Luis Lazarga

Daymé Arocena and her group, all living in Cuba, consists of Daymé on vocals and small percussion, Jorge Luis Lazarga on piano and Rafael Aldama on bass.  This young trio, all in their 20's, performed at The New Parish in Oakland California on April 3, 2016, played music which was an organic mixture of Afro-Cuban folkloric music, soul, salsa and jazz.   Daymé composed many of the songs they performed and she is extremely dynamic with a great voice, vivacious, warm personality and outstanding composing skills.  She clearly should have a great future.  Besides having her own group, she is part of an all woman band called Maqueque, lead by Canadian jazz artist Jane Bunnett with the rest of the members being Cuban women.

As usual, here are photos from this great concert.

 

DJ Leydis helped produce the event and spun hot musica Cubana before and after the performance

 

Jorge Luis Lazarga

Rafael Aldama

 

 

Dj Cecil who shared Djing with Dj Leydis and also sat in with Daymé providing electronic beats

DJ Leydis and Yasser Meneses (Cuban chef who provided delicious Cuban food for the event)

 

 

Friday, 06 September 2019, 07:50 AM