Ana Carla Maza Quartet
"Bahía," the current album by Ana Carla Maza, is an enchanting combination of classic cello and vocals, an exciting liaison of Cuban son, samba, bossa nova, tango, innovative jazz harmonies, and French-tinged chanson. The Latin American roots are unmistakable in the Cuban's singing and her cello playing. It’s an ode to the neighborhood in "Habana," where the 26-year-old grew up as the daughter of the celebrated Chilean pianist Carlos Maza and the Cuban guitarist Mirza Sierra. Ten years ago, she moved to Paris to study at the conservatory and to develop her solo career, which brought her various performances in Europe.
Tickets are € 32.