Sue Miller – Cuban Flute Improviser, Writer & Academic

Charanga del Norte

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Charanga del Norte are a 10 to 14-piece band based in the UK – they play Charanga típica styles of Cuban/Latin dance music inspired by  Orquesta Aragón, Charlie Palmieri, Mongo Santamaria and Israel ‘Cachao’ Lopez amongst others. The story of the band can be found on the history page and also in the preface to the book Cuban Flute Style: Interpretation and Improvisation. You can hear the band on mp3 on the recordings page and also see the band in action via the clips on the Charanga del Norte video page and homepage of this website. Reviews and photos of the band are here to give  promoters the information they need for their publicity brochures and websites. Plus there’s always more up-to-date information via regularly added posts on this site – just click on the charanga del norte tag or subscribe to the rss feed. The band now has a northern and a southern team of players for UK-wide performances.

Bookings can be made  via the details given on the contacts page.



More Charanga del Norte photos