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28 MAP - Salsa
Autumn 2012
Salsa-Trips.com
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M a g a z i n e
Special:
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Cali
The Salsa Capital
Welcome to the 2nd issue of the Salsa-Trips.com Magazine – Autumn 2012
On our journey through the world of Salsa, we want to take you to the Colombia’s city of Cali and
its Feria de Cali. Let us know in case you ever want to experience the live over there, Salsa-Trips
will find the best travel deals and provide information from some of our great contacts, like DJ Ara
or DJ El Chino.
Giving an impression about Alexander Abreu, we continue with a portrait of Adolfo Indacochea.
Then DJ Mambito and DJ El Chino provide an insight to the latest music trends from their
perspective. Last but not least you will find a selection of the best Salsa Festivals during the next
two quarters.
Additionally, the magazine can be read online on www.Salsa-Trips.com/Magazine in English and
German language. Inspired by the great atmosphere of the 1st Freiburg Salsa Festival, Salsa-Trips
proudly announces the 1st Frankfurt Salsa Festival 2013 on March, 8th and 9th as “warm up” for
2014 – check our latest news on the website and don’t miss your friends at this great event!
Thanks again to everybody among our readers for your interest and loyalty!
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Cali - World Salsa Capital
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Hotel Posada Salsa Boutique
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Feria de Cali
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Artist Alexander Abreu
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Artist Adolfo Indacochea
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DJs & CD Reviews
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CALI - THE WORLD SALSA CAPITAL!
C
ali, Colombia has long been known as
the World Salsa Capital. Unfortunately,
many salsa dancers and fanatics across
the world have not been made aware of
this fact which has been agreed upon by the likes
of Papo Lucca, pianist leader and director of the
Puerto Rican salsa orchestra, La Sonora Ponceña,
as well as other legends such as Cheo Feliciano. The love of the musicians for this city is reflected
by the fact that Cali has had more salsa songs
dedicated to it than any other place on earth. These dedications have come not only from local
bands, but also the likes of Oscar D’leon, Bobby
Valentin, Conjunto Clasico, La Sonora Ponceña, La
Sonora Matancera, Los Van Van, Richie Ray and
Bobby Cruz and many more!
Many of the above musicians pay respect to
Cali, because during periods of time when the
Carribean salsa countries were inundated with
merengue and Salsa Romantica, Cali managed to
keep the REAL thing, la Salsa Clasica/Dura genre
alive and going.
To put it in a better way, the city of Cali has a soul
and its soul is SALSA! What makes Cali so special as a salsa destination
has a lot to do with the fanaticism of its wonderful
people to all things salsa related. The city boasts
its own individual salsa dance style, which is one
of the main three in the world. The Salsa Capital
is home to many world class salsa dance schools,
which not only teach Cali Style, but also others. Some of these schools, such as Swing Latino and
Sondeluz have produced world championship
winning dancers and continue to do so. Every
year eager Salseros from Europe, North America
and beyond come down and take special courses
in some of these schools to improve their dance
skills and understanding of salsa movement and
the music, sometimes up to instructor certificate
levels.
Cali is home to approximately 80 registered salsa
orchestras. The total number of bands in the World
Salsa Capital are estimated to number around 140. These bands can be seen in action during the year,
specially during the cities special salsa events. The
bands based in Cali, some of which will be familiar
names, include Grupo Niche, Orquesta Guayacan,
Son de Cali, Carlos Guerrero, Orquesta Sounaré,
Juan Llanos y La Tropa, Clandeskina, Jairo Gañan y
Batá Klan, Orquesta Feminina D’Caché, Jimmy Saa
and many more.
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Cali - World Salsa Capital
Throughout the years salsa clubbing has
implanted itself within the core of Caleño
culture. Cali is home to some of the best
salsa clubs on the planet. The music played
in many of these discotecas and salsotecas
(specialist clubs) is a reference for all visiting
salsa professionals. Some of the top and most
popular venues include, Zaperoco, Tin Tin Deo,
Las Brisas de Jamundi, Siboney, Disco Club Salsa,
Chango, La Bodega Cubana and El Habanero. For those who are more into the musical side,
salsoteca’s such as Gary Dominguez’s La Casa
Latina, come very well recommended. These
are just some suggestions as there are many,
many more great salsa clubs and bars in Cali
and its suburbs of Menga and Juanchito (where
clubs can stay open til 8 am).
One salsa venue to note is The Lebron Brothers
San Juan, bar, restaurant and discoteca. For
those of you who know your salsa, you will know
that the Lebron Brothers are the legendary
Puerto Rican/US salsa orchestra. Two of the
brothers have made Cali their home and this is
their club which holds regular live events.
Cali is home to great events such as El Festival
Mundial de la Salsa, which is mainly dance
event/competition held usually during the week
starting mid September. During the day there
are open and free to attend interviews with
salsa musicians, dancers and intellectuals, while
during the evenings different free to attend
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dance competitions occur in various locations. All of this culminates at the weekend where for 3
nights in a row the public are treated to see the
best dance schools competing often to live bands
at the open air La Plaza de Toros.
Cali’s main salsa event is called La Feria de Cali
which starts on the 25th of December and ends
on the 30th. La Feria is for many salseros the best
salsa show on earth, when world class salsa bands
from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Venezuela and beyond
converge on the World Salsa Capital and join with
the local bands to create a five day party that will
mark any salsa lover forever. During this period,
many Salseros spend their day time hours in the
El Encuentro de Los Melomanos y Colecciónistas
(the meeting of salsa collectors and connoisseurs),
where some the best DJs in town play their rare
salsa tracks, while music vendors sell anything
from classic salsa vinyls to the latest productions,
together with salsa themed T-shirts, musical
instruments and memorebilia. There are dance
shows and live salsa performances in the evenings.
Cali’s salsa culture is so rich that even without
attending the main musical events one can dance
salsa every day of the week during any time of the
year. Salsa is everywhere. One can hear it in taxis,
supermarkets and department stores. There are
half a dozen FM radio stations that play mainly
salsa 24 hours a day. One of these stations, La
Zeta, plays pure salsa, day and night. Great music
is still available on vinyls, CDs and DVDs for the
serious collectors to buy from record shops. For
those who love this music, a few short weeks in
Cali can be like a religious experience.
Cali’s salsa industry extends to musical
instruments. Companies such as El Piernas and
Triple A manufacture world class percussion
instruments. Cali is home to the world’s first
salsa themed hotel boutique - Hotel Posada
Salsa-Boutique (www.posadasalsa.com), as well
as a salsa museum (www.salsamuseo.com). Wether or not people dance On One, On
Two or on 20 is irrelevant. If you know your
individual salsa style well enough, then you
can dance with anyone from any style - it is
all salsa! By the same token, if you love salsa
for real, no matter which ‘style’ you dance,
then you will love Cali, the world salsa Mecca,
the world salsa university and the World Salsa
Capital!
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The Salsa themed hotel "Salsa Boutique" in Cali, Colombia
“SALSA-BOUTIQUE” - THE SALSA
THEMED HOTEL BOUTIQUE IN THE
WORLD SALSA CAPITAL OF CALI,
COLOMBIA!
class residential neighborhood of El
Peñon. This safe and beautiful area is
also one of the main gastronomic and
hotel zones of the World Salsa Capital. he idea of setting up a small
salsa themed hotel was born in
my head during the later period
of my last stint in London. I
knew that I would be living in my dream
city of Cali (the other one being Rio de
Janeiro, where I have already lived and
DJ-ed). The question was what to do in
Cali. Eventhough my main love is the
salsa club business and DJ-ing, I knew
that it would be better to do something
else that was salsa related, but new.
The hotel is within walking distance of
world class restaurants, bars and cafes,
as well as the colonial neighborhood
of San Antonio and Rio Cali (the river),
which forms a natural border between
El Peñon and the neighboring area of Normandia. “Salsa-Boutique” is a short
taxi ride away from some of the best
salsa clubs and dance schools in Cali
(and on the planet).
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Hotel Posada “Salsa-Boutique” opened
its doors to the salsa world in December
of 2010. All of the salsa themed rooms
pay homage to a legendary salsa
sonero. The paintings in the rooms and
in the rest of the hotel are the work of
master painter Guillermo Gonzalez of
Medellin, who is a salsero himself and
who paintings are exclusively of salsa
artists.
The hotel is located in the upper middle
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The hotel’s connection to salsa is not
limited to the decoration only. The
reception area provides information on
all things salsa related - clubs, dance
schools, where to buy music and even
to which salsa music to buy. Once in
Cali, the hotel guests can also choose to
have private salsa classes within hotel
premises. All the salsa teachers who teach for the
hotel are world class salsa instructors,
including those from Swing Latino,
Sondeluz, La Vieja Guardia and more. Our salsa teachers have in the past
included the likes of the world
champions Jhon and Yudi, formerly
of Swing Latino and the current Swing
Latino world champions , Milady
and Jhon. The amazing Andres Ruiz
of the top salsa school, Sondeluz
is one of our regular teachers. We
also count on Jeny Ortega of La
Vieja Guardia. For those guests who
wish to take learn in the actual salsa
schools, the hotel reception can
contact the academies and help with
class arrangements.
DJ Ara
All of Salsa-Boutique’s rooms come
with private bathrooms and are
equipped with plasma TVs, air
conditioners and mini fridges. The
room tarrifs include American
Breakfast. The hotel also operates
an optional airport taxi service.
For more information about SalsaBoutique, the first salsa themed
hotel in the world, please visit its
website: www.posadasalsa.com
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La Feria de Cali
LA FERIA DE CALI - THE MOST IMPORTANT
SALSA EVENT ON EARTH?
E
venthough, the title of this article is in
form of a question, for many, including
international salsa legends such as the
leader of La Sonora Ponceña, Maestro
Papo Lucca, La Feria de Cali, which was born in
1958, is the most important salsa event on the
planet!
For those salsa lovers who are not aware of
this important musical event then let me say,
if you are a real salsa music lover (and scholar)
and also love to dance the night away, while
experiencing an authentic salsa culture, then
this festival is just what the doctor ordered for
you. La Feria de Cali starts on the 25th of December
and ends on the 30th. This event is has helped
solidify the city of Cali’s World Salsa Capital
status.
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The main event on the first day of this
festival is “El Salsodromo”, which is inspired
by Rio de Janeiro Carnaval’s Sambodromo. This important event starts around lunch
time and goes on to the early evening
hours, where salsa fans are treated to a
colorful parade of dancing by Cali’s best
dance schools (and there are many). There
are also top national and international
orchestras who perform for the public on
mobile platforms, following the different
dance groups.
The 25th of December is also the first
day of “El Encuentro de los Melomanos y
Coleccionistas” (the meeting of salsa music
collectors and connoisseurs). This is an all
day open air event where visitors can hear
some the best salsa DJs in Cali and beyond
playing their rare tracks. There are music
vendors from all over Colombia selling a
great variety of salsa music (vinyls, CDs,
DVDs) and other salsa themed merchandise,
including musical instruments. Later on in
the evening the people are usually treated
to live bands and dance shows. This event is
free and lasts until the 30th of December.
Other highlights of this salsa festival
include the Super Concierto, El Festival de
las Orquestas, Encuentro de Bailarines y
Bailadores (a great dance show event) and
Concierto de Cierre (the closing concert)
on the 30th of December. That is not all,
during this period all of Cali’s dozens of salsa
clubs are buzzing even more than usual with
dancers and partiers. Many of the local salsa
orchestras as well as visiting bands from
Puerto Rico, Cuba, USA and elsewhere do
special shows in some of the larger venues
and even theaters. There are also special salsa cabaret shows
including the famous Delirio, Ensalsate and
more, where audiences are treated to world
class dance shows, live music and can join in
the fun of dancing the night away during the
intervals and after the end of the shows.
For any visitors wanting to experience this
special event, including future guests at the
“Salsa-Boutique”, the salsa themed hotel
(www.posadasalsa.com) my advice is to
come a few days before the start of La Feria
de Cali, just to rest and to acclimatize to the
beautiful city that is Cali and leave at least a
few days after the arrival of the New Year, so
as to have recovered from the partying.
Those people who are worried about safety
issues, my advice is that you should take
the same precautions you would take when
visiting any large city, which should include
staying in a safe neighborhood. If you do,
then you will see that Cali is safer than many
other places you have already travelled to.
For more information about La Feria or Cali in
general you can contact me personally.
DJ Ara
Cali, Colombia
Hotel Posada Salsa-Boutique
www.posadasalsa.com
[email protected]
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The Artist: Alexander Abreu
A
fter the enormous
success
of
“Haciendo
Historias”
in
2008, Alexander Abreu
y Havana D’ Primera
released their second CD
on the market in May this
year: “Pasaporte”.
Already
today
it’s
considered to be one of the
most promising Salsa CD
releases of the upcoming
years. Besides the wellknown tracks “Pa’ Mi
Gente (No me importa)”
and “Al final de la vida” the
title song “Pasaporte” has
already recieved 500,000
clicks on YouTube. With
it’s fascinating rhythmic
and musical fusion of
Salsa, Jazz, Funk and AfroCuban, Alexander Abreu
has made a name both
as a musician and as a
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songwriter all around the
world and created his
own style. “Pasaporte” is
a well-arranged musical
masterpiece
and
an
absolute must for all salsa
lovers. The music calls
for your body, the lyrics
for your soul. It’s also
extraordinary that for
the first time Alexander
recorded duets with
other world famous salsa
musicians. On the one
hand songs like “Donde
estemos tú y yo” with Isaac
Delgado and “La Figura”
with Gente De Zona shows
Alexander’s
musical
diversity, on the other
hand it paves the CD’s way
to the world of Salsa Linea
and Reggeaton.
The CD is rounded out with
perfect arrangements and
the musical top casts.
Founded just in 2008,
the orchestra led by
Alexander consists of
the most significant
artists of todays Cuban
music scene. Although
the group is comparably
young, many musicians,
such as Amaury Perez
(trombone),
Tony
Rodriguez (piano), Harold
Diaz (keyboard), Roger
Naples (guitar), Rodney
Iyarza Barreto (drums and
Timbas) and Guillermo
del Toro (congas and
percussion)
already
belong to the Cuban All
Stars.
Alexander is also one of
them and had initially
made a name as an
instrumentalist. He played
with the most well-known
bands in Cuba, such as
Irakere, Chucho Valdés,
Omara Portuondo, Paulo
FG, Isaac Delgado, Carlos
Manuel y Su Clan, Manolin
El Medico De La Salsa
and many more Cuban
musicians. In addition to
his own music he remains
one of the most renowned
trumpeters of Cuba,
enriching almost every
major music production
on the island.
has been touring all
across Europe and South
America, 2012 for the first
time also in the United
States. If you ever get
the chance to see them
playing live, use the
opportunity! Besides the
performances of the top
soloists, the interplay of
the band is an absolute
musical delight.
Parallel to his career
on stage, Alexander
graduated
at
the
National School Of Arts in
Havana where he began
to teach later on. In
conclusion he received
his doctorate in jazz music
at the Conservatory RMC
Copenhagen (Denmark)
in 2005 and began to
compose his own songs.
This year they will play
on Cuba, in Ecuador and
again in the United States
in November. In the
second quarter of 2013
the band will most likely
perform all over Europe
once again.
Since 2009 the band
Learn more about the
current CD and details on
upcoming concerts on:
www.havanadprimera.com
Andre Bressling
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W
hat happens when
passion meets openmindedness?
We
all know of those
many different styles of salsa. The
great amount of incredibly good
dancers has brought diversity into
the scene. When Adolfo Indacochea
was interviewed at the Freiburg
Salsa Festival he emphasized that
one shouldn’t segregate in salsa,
but enjoy the diversity of styles and
dance together.
The Artist
Adolfo
Indacochea
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When Adolfo Indacochea dances he
certainly causes a stir. His moves are
full of energy but always with his very
own smooch touch. His unique style
combines mambo with elements of
other styles such as jazz, flamenco,
or modern dance. But it’s not only
that – he also lets himself inspire by
the different styles of salsa. Together
with Maykel Fonts and Juan Matos
he also made an attempt to combine
mambo and salsa cubana.
Always evolving, always creating new
combinations he manged to become
an influential teacher and inspiration
to many. Adolfo already took the
chance to dance on the worlds best
stages such as Lincoln Center or
Lehman College and has also worked
with artists such as Gilberto Santo
Rosa, Larry Harlow and even Frankie
Vázquez. He has danced and trained
nearly all over the world, in the USA,
Mexico, Puerto Rico, Peru, Canada,
Great Britain, Japan, France, Spain,
Italy and Germany.
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Adolfo Indacochea and Juan Matos, London 2012
He’d been dancing salsa since he was
a kid, but took his first professional
dancing lesson in 2001, after having
moved from Peru to Mexico where
he learned to dance On1. His talent
was soon recognized by his roommate
Adriano Adellano, who invited him to
join his newly formed dance company
„Salzumba“. Besides dancing, he also
discovered his passion for teaching.
After only about 10 months he began
giving dancing lessons and soon formed his own company “Mamboss“. Today this is
one of the best Salsa companies and dance schools of Mexico.
Adolfo is certainly nobody who stays on the same level for a long time. In 2004 he
moved to San Antonio, Texas to develop his style even further. There, Adolfo was
invited to be part of the company „Semeneya“ where he also gave dancing lessons. In
the same he also worked with his partner Claudia Vázquez.
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Adolfo Indacochea
In 2003 Adolfo discovered his passion for Salsa
On2, after he saw Eddie Torres and his dancers
at the Salsa Congress in New York. With great
ambition he learned the New York style. The
change from On1 to On2 wasn’t easy, but he was
driven by a great motivation.
In September 2004 he finally moved to New York,
where he worked for Amanda Estilo and trained
the company „Karisma Dancers“, led by his friend
Victor Mayovanex. Soon after that he was invited
by the great „Mambo King“ himself – Eddie
Torres – to join his equipe. Together with Jessica
Ortiz Adolfo became one of the shooting stars of
New York’s mambo scene.
After two very successful years, Adolfo left the company to further develop his
career and started working with Melissa Rosado, another of Eddie Torres dancers.
Together they began dancing and training all over the world. Then, in 2008, after
having moved to Spain, he worked with Sheila de Jesús until he joined with Carla
Voconi in 2009. In newer days, Adolfo is situated in Milano, Italy with Tania Cannarsa
and his current group Latin Soul Dancers.
Besides his enthusiastic personality and his unbeaten passion for mambo, he has
his unique style of teaching. Adolfo believes that everybody who wants to learn
mambo needs to get into its history, the origins of the music. Besides that he said
that the best tip he got for dancing was just to have fun and feel the music.
Adolfo has brought new energy to the mambo scene. Keeping the traditions of
mambo, but giving them a new exiting touch.
Please find our interwiew with Adolfo Indacochea either on the Salsa-Trips.com
Magazine online or on his artist page: www.Salsa-Trips.com/Adolfo-Indacochea
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DJ Mambito
(Germany)
Due to his wide range of music DJ Mambito (Freiburg, GER)
is fancied by dancers and promoters alike. He works in clubs,
on festivals and has been resident DJ of the Berlin Salsacongress
since 2001.
GRUPO
ARCANO
In 2008, George Vélez Jr. and his father,
George Vélez Sr. founded Grupo Arcano with
the aid of Danny Diaz (bass) and Ray Torres (ex-singer). Soon they were joined by
the pianist and composer Harold Gutiérrez.
As George Vélez Jr. puts it „a bunch of musicians, kind of unknown to the majority of the NYC latin salsa musicians scene“. Thus they live up to their name Grupo
Arcano. The newest and youngest band member is conguero and vocalist Anthony Almonte who solidified what Grupo
Arcano is all about: Smooth melodies, searing mambos, joyful rhythms and a serious approach of soneando.
The instrumentation is key to its unforgetable sound created by the brass section comprised of trumpets, trombones and
a woodwind section made up of an alto and tenor saxophone. The sound is best described by a mixture of La Sonora Ponceña and Tito Rodriguez with a Brooklyn/Queens twist. The base is traditonal salsa with some hot new sounding trends.
Being asked about the favorite songs of the latest CD, George Vélez Jr. said: “I love them all. But La Maya or Un Tipo
Salao take the cherry for me, musically. Both lyrics are written by my father and La Maya is even sung by himself meanwhile Un Tipo Salao is sung by Anthony. Both singers did an amazing job in the vocals and when they sing their soneos
during the chorus sections.“
‘Desde el otro lado del East River‘ is a highly recommended debut album of young professional musicians with arrangements that are not too predictable and thus give the dancers a full range of interpretation.
DJ El CHino
(Colombia)
Music producer, promoter, cultural manager, journalist
and DJ - he is a real allrounder. DJ el Chino‘s Solar
Latin Club is a predominant source for latin music.
Additionally he is columnist on the Puertorican website
‘Herencia Latina‘ and official compilator of the ‘Salsa
World Series‘. Furthermore he is collaborator of the
section Top 20 Hit Parade at the “Latin Beat Magazine“
from California.
DJ CHINO’S TOP TEN
1. Tambor - Kevin Davis & BanCaribe
2. El Señor de la Melodia - Jairo Gañan y Bata-Klan
3. Falso - Luisito Ayala
4. Ven PaLa Loma -PALO!
5. Hong Kong Criminal - Masalsa
6. Oye Mi Guaguanco - The Real Deal Big Band
7. El Divorcio - Calibre Orquesta
8. Rumba Puerto Angel - Silvestre Martinez
9. Invitacion - Dorance Lorza y Sexteto Cafe
10. Me Voy Contigo - Caribbean Salsa Praise
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Masalsa - after one decade, the group published their new
CD Resurreccion which will be heard across Europe within
the next couple of months.
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(feat. Luz Rios)
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