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  • 09 / 25 / 2006

Once more Moncho, known as the gypsy of Bolero, delighted thousands of admirers who as a loyal army fill any Cuban square in response to his unquestionable call power.

Absent from the Cuban stage for the last three years, Luis Manuel Calabuch (such is his real name) presented his spectacle "From Havana to Barcelona, From the Rumba to the Bolero There is Nothing More than a Step" on Saturday.

In a press conference held on September 19, the artist announced his program would be divided into two parts, the first one devoted to flamenco rumba accompanied by the Chypen group and the second shared with Cuban musicians and devoted to the Bolero.

The concert started with that special ability he has to transmit his feelings and with tributes to figures like Catalans El Pescailla, Peret, Serrat, Spanish Rocio Durcal and Cuban Pacho Alonso.

The audience, people over 40 years old who overcrowded the Avellaneda Hall of the Cuba's National Theater, had a special opportunity to enjoy the talent and sensitiveness of the gypsy of Bolero again.

It was a great evening. At the end of the spectacle in a brief contact with Prensa Latina, Moncho summarized that "it was all very nice, very warm."

Source: Prensa Latina

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