Europe: Van Van Plays in Several Countries

Europe: Van Van Plays in Several Countries
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24 October 2016
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Brna, Oct 24 (Prensa Latina) Los Van Van, one of the Cuban most famous musical bands, is now visiting several European countries, in a tour taking the band to stages in Spain, Germany, Italy and France. On October 25, there will be a concert by Los Van Van in Kaufeuten, Zurich, Switzerland.

The band did not make any tour for two complete years, and now, it is touring the Old Continent from October 20 to November 5. Their recent persentations, were quite successful, they said.

More than one dozen of concerts have been scheduled in Zurich, Munich, Rome, Bari, Reggio Calabria, Ercolano, Frankfurt and Paris, while they have already put heat with his music in Barcelona, Berlin and Hamburg.

Works as 'La moda' or 'Me Basta con Pensar' may be much enjoyed by the public, together with other classics of the repertoire that have made millions of people dance in all the world for more than 45 years.

After the tour dedicated to the creator and deceased first diredctor of the group, Juan Formell (1942-2014), and the recording of a concert in Paris live in 2014, Los Van Van not had returned to Europe, its current director, Samuel Formell, said.

'After that we recorded a CD called La Fantasia , precisely a phonogram in tribute to the founder of the group and this will be the work that we will promote now', said at a Conference of press in Spain.

Although the CD came out a couple of years ago, with a great acceptance among our fans of Cuba and Latin American, their songs were never played them live on European stages, underlined the famed drummer, and now, director of Los Van Van.

La Fantasia won the special award Cubadisco 2015, the highest award offered in Cuba to record productions, and is a tribute to Formell, his history and his music.

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