The craftiness of ''guaracha'' and ''son'' performed by the Cuban singer songwriter Tony Avila rose the low temperatures in La Paz this weekend, placing him among the favorite musicians for the Bolivian public.
In an interview with Prensa Latina, Avila thanked the Ministry of the Presidency for the invitation that responds to a tour of this country to strengthen cultural ties.
There are two things: one, our premiere in Bolivia, and the other, we are here because Minister of the Presidency Juan Ramon Quintana proposed us to return because people liked our performances, the musician said excitedly.
We visited Santa Cruz, Potosi and Sucre, and now La Paz, where I think we will return to give Bolivia a different musical flavor with the new album, he said.
The universality of music allows everything to be enclosed in a same CD; that is why, the next album defines a symphonic line, without abandoning our essence, Avila said. (PL)
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