Los Primos 2012

Submitted byJeff Goodspeed onTue, 3 Jul 2012 - 11:43 am

Eight students from the National School of Music plus three students from Manuel Saumel Elementary Music School came to Canada for a cultural Exchange. Los Primos 2012 arrives in Halifax

Of course one of the first big performances was at the Atlantic Jazz Festival. Band conductor Denis Carbo is playing on the alto that he received from Los Primos in 2003.Los Primos 2012 at Jazz Festival

The Kings Theatre in Annapolis Royal is a favorite place for Los Primos to play.Los Primos 2012_Kings Theatre

One of the more interesting venues for Los Primos was the St Marks Church on the La Have River. Los Primos at St Marks Church

Eleven year old Alison Enríquez was the youngest student to come from Cuba as part of Los Primos. Harold Cisneros accompanies her on piano.Alison and Harold with grand piano

Its not all work. They spent a couple of days with the Preston Primos and even had time for a game of street football. Playing football in the street

Back to work performing at the Black Cultural Centre in Dartmouth. on stage at Black Cultural Centre

A trip to Cape Breton and a fiddle lesson for Alison with celtic music icon Ali Bennett.Ali and Alison

Farewell to Nova Scotia party and Keith and Mary's. Denys Salute to Cuban flag