Eddy Herrera

Seven-time Cassandra Award-winning vocalist Eddy Herrera got his start with influential bandleader Wilfrido Vargas while he was still in college. His successful solo career includes numerous international honors, including several Latin Grammy Award nominations, festival performances and hit songs, including “Para Toda La Vida.” In 2022, he served as one of the coaches in the second season of “The Voice Dominica.”

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Adolescentes Orquesta

This Venezuelan "romántica" salsa band has entertained audiences worldwide both live and on record since its founding in the mid-1990s. Known for its lively rhythms, catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics that touch on themes like love, heartbreak, and growing up, Adolescentes Orquesta has won several awards, including a 2005 Latin Grammy for its album, Respiro.

Adolescentes Orquesta2023-05-31T15:46:36-04:00

Los Yaguaru

Veteran performers Los Yaguaru, led by director and founder Ángel Venegas, are among the foremost practitioners of cumbia, a Tropical music genre popular throughout Latin America. Thanks to their innovative style, such as orchestral cumbia with trumpets, clarinets, trombones, and drums, they give it a very special touch.

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Alex Matos

One of the best in a generation of salsa artists to come from the Dominican Republic, Matos started performing publicly at the age of 5 and made his first TV appearance at 12. His breakthrough was in 2011 with the song “Si Entendieras,” and Matos has since performed throughout Latin American, the United States and around the world. He has over 50 million views on YouTube and has won recognition, including Salsa Artist of the Year in 2012 and 2013 at the Cassandra Awards (formerly Soberano Awards). His latest album is a tribute to Dominican balladeer Anthony Rios.

Alex Matos2023-05-31T15:46:53-04:00

Elvis Martínez

Dominican singer, songwriter, and guitarist Elvis Martínez, also known as “El Camarón,” is a popular Bachata artist known for hits such as “Maestra,” “La Luz De Mis Ojos,” “Asi Te Amo,” “Yo Te Voy Amar,” “Laudano,” “Directo al Corazon,” “El Profesor,” and “Aventura” among others.

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Milly Quezada

World-renowned artist Milly Quezada, also known as “The Queen of Merengue,” is the only Dominican Republic female with four Latin GRAMMY Awards and the ASCAP Latin Heritage Award. She has also been honored with numerous other international recognitions and awards for her many hits including "Lo Tengo Todo," “Entre tu Cuerpo y el Mío," “Porque me Amaste, "Para darte mi Vida," “Vive," and “Toma mi Vida," among many others.

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Sonora Tropicana

Known for Cumbia and Salsa, Sonora Tropicana hails from Colombia, where it was formed in 1989. Musically, Sonora Tropicana is identified as the best of the “Colombian Cumbia,” as it is identified in the inner circles as the “Queen of the Sonora’s.” Sonora Tropicana can also interpret the Salsa Genre, as demonstrated by the song “Dejame Llorar,” which occupies an important place throughout Mexico, Unites States, and Central America.

Sonora Tropicana2022-08-06T01:20:20-04:00
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