Mixtura Duo is formed by two musicians from prestigious groups of their country, Cuba. With an international repertoire where English, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese are present, they cover genres such as pop, rock, jazz, to Caribbean and Latin rhythms. They have held concerts in various countries of the world independently and for more than 3 years have been performing in the United Arab Emirates where they currently reside, also as a part of a four pieces band at Mai Tai Trader Vic's in Ras Al Khaimah during two and a half years, and now they can be seen from Tuesday to Saturday at the Captain's Arms in Le Meridien Hotel Abu Dhabi.
MIXTURA DUO VIDEO
They were recently interviewed by Jonathan Pradhan for his blog "Where the wind blows"
MIXTURA DUO PHOTOS
Jessica Rodríguez, voice, guitar and percussion. She previously worked with musicians such as Descemer Bueno, Pablo Milanés, Raul Paz, Polito Ibáñez, Francis del Río, Yanicc Noa, Antonio Carmona and Iris Camaa among others. She has participated in different musical productions like "La Habana le canta a Sabina" of Sony Music Spain where she interpreted the song "Contigo" currently in YouTube with more than 99000 reproductions. She is also the composer of most of the songs on her album "22" available on Amazon and Bandcamp.
Rolando Morales, voice, guitar and bass. For 11 years he was a guitarist for Polito Ibáñez's band but he has also worked with Buena Fe, Raul Paz, Paulo FG, Sexto Sentido, Patricio Amaro and others. He has appeared in different European festivals such as Roskilde, Latinoamericando, Trevi in Piazza, Goa Boa, Vic Fezenzac, Tom de Festa among others and also in the Havana Jazz Plaza 2012. He also work at the Tokyo Disney Sea of theTokyo Disney Resort in Japan. His former band, Lego, was reviewed in the book "Hierba Mala: una historia del rock en Cuba". As a session guitarist, producer, arranger and composer, he has participated in different musical and film productions that won national (Cubadisco) and international awards (Goya) such as "Havana Blues", "La Voz Dormida" and others.