Caché

 


Caché play Salsa. Their passion for the music is infectious and gets both salsa enthusiasts and those new to the sensuous Cuban rhythms straight on the dance floor. Caché are a lively and accessible outfit that bring a vibrant spark to all the different rhythms that make up Salsa - mambo, rumba, cha-cha, bomba, merengue, boloero.

 

Caché have a flexible line-up. For the full Salsa experience, the nine piece band shows what live music is all about - a characterful ensemble, great musicianship and fun. Their hot-blooded salsa sound is produced by the searing, scintillating brass section (trumpet, trombone and saxes), three percussionists, piano, bass and Cuban lead vocalist.

 

However, for more intimate functions and in situations where the big band is not appropriate, Caché can play in smaller ensembles. Additionally, the band has a special enthusiasm for danceable Latin Jazz.

 

Caché is fronted by Cuban singer Felix Gonzalez; the rhythm section includes Juan Luis 'Chino' Martel (congas), Andy ‘El Flaco’ Warner (bongos), and Tito Herera (timbales), Chrisito Goodsell (bass) and Tim Sharp (piano); the brass section comprises Domingo Rablah (trumpet, flugelhorn), Raul Fernandez and Derrick Coonghe (saxes/flute).

 

To add more glamour to the event, professional costumed Latn American
dancers can also be provided. For those who want to find out more about
the music or want to learn more about salsa dancing, experienced teachers can also be provided.

 

 

 


 

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