A short time ago, Dayramir and Habana enTRANCE were welcomed to the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as part of the MFA Fiesta celebration. One of the leading young Cuban jazz pianists, Dayramir Gonzalez put on a fantastic show.
Playing in the pristine cafe area of the MFA, Dayramir’s piano resonated beautifully through the giant glass room. With the look of a true jazz great, he loosened his tie, put on a smile, and let loose. His music is an interesting and intricate style of jazz and latin influences, creatively mixing in pop and rock riffs and beats that suggest a knowledge beyond his years. Of course, Dayramir’s fellow musicians played amazingly, each having their moments to shine, and shine bright they did. Looking around, there was not a face in the house that wasn’t smiling or tapping a toe. Bravo Dayramir!
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