Severo | Cúcala

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Cúcala

by Severo

Cúcala was a hit sang by Ismael Rivera and later Celia Cruz. This new version of Cúcala has achieved to be among the best with a fresh sound and a progressive melodic and rhythmic performance. You got to have it in your collection.
Genre: Latin: Plena
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Severo was founded in 1978 at Jose Severo Quiñones Elementary School in Carolina, Puerto Rico by music professor Sonia Pizarro Vizcarrondo (Carolina Music Hall of Fame). During the past 20 years Severo has presented their percussion based (pandero, congas, and güícharo) traditional musical concept in many stages. From festivals, carnivals, patron saints festivities, corporate events and private parties in Puerto Rico and international venues, to outstanding presentations like the International Jazz Festival in Carolina, BomPlenazo at Hostos Community College in New York, Old Town Folk Music in Chicago, Island Festival in California, Teletón in Chile, and many others in San Francisco, Indiana and Saint Louis. They have collaborated in concerts with many artists like Juan Luis Guerra 440, Los Van Van, Nidia Caro, Luis Perico Ortiz , Yolandita Monge, Elvis Crespo, Luis Enrique, Tego Calderón and Tito “El Bambino" among others.

Severo’s unique style has evolved to include in its percussive ensemble a range of musical influences, creating a fusion with Latin Jazz, Caribbean and Latin American music. Their performances are characterized by their innovative rhythmic and melodic executions, as well as their highly energetic choreographies and interactive nature that will charm the public onto dancing! They have managed to transcend the local scene and have gained a place in the international community as they move to create a regional sound that dialogues with traditional music of Latin America and the Caribbean.


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