Harold López-Nussa Concerts
Harold López-Nussa is a renowned Cuban jazz pianist and composer who has captivated audiences worldwide with his exceptional talent and unique musical style. Born on July 13, 1983, in Havana, Cuba, López-Nussa comes from a family of musicians and was exposed to music from an early age. His father, Ruy López-Nussa, and uncle, Ernán López-Nussa, are both respected musicians in their own right.
López-Nussa's career took off in the early 2000s when he began performing internationally and collaborating with esteemed artists such as Chucho Valdés and Omara Portuondo. His music effortlessly fuses elements of Afro-Cuban rhythms, classical influences, and contemporary jazz improvisation, creating a distinctive sound that is both sophisticated and deeply rooted in his Cuban heritage.
Throughout his career, Harold López-Nussa has released several critically acclaimed albums that have garnered widespread recognition. His debut solo album, "Sobre el Atelier," was released in 2007 and received high praise for its innovative compositions and virtuosic piano playing. Subsequent albums like "El País de las Maravillas" (2011) and "New Day" (2013) further solidified his reputation as one of the most exciting jazz musicians of his generation.
In addition to his successful solo career, López-Nussa has collaborated with numerous international artists across various genres.