The pianist and composer from Matanzas Alejandro Falcón started with a talented concert the XIII Giant Stepes of Jazz Festival, by Ulan Bator, in Mongolia.
The festival was inaugurated with a great open-air concert and was attended by Mongolian Prime Minister Ukhnaagiin Khürelsük.
With the humility that characterizes it, Falcón has maintained direct contact with Radio 26, with the purpose of informing the people of Matanzas about their international tour.
On his official website the musician wrote: “Thank you very much to all the people and institutions that have supported me in this beautiful tour of Mongolia, to take Cuban music to this beautiful country. Many thanks to the Cuban Institute of Music, especially to the National Center of Popular Music, to Víctor Rodríguez and Nilda, to the Ministry of Culture of Cuba, to my producer Gretel Garlobo, to the Embassy of Cuba in Mongolia and to the Ambassador of Cuba in Mongolia, Raúl Delgado Concepción. ”
In Giant Steppes of Jazz Festival Alejandro shared the stage with French pianist Wilhelm Kempff and with other musicians from the international scene such as Ekaterina Karpacheva and Bacchusquartet, from Russia.
Beautiful concert will take place tonight, August 27 at the Mongolian Opera and Ballet Theater. The Matanzas composer was recognized by the consular authorities of Cuba and their counterparts in that country for attracting talent and good music to the Giant Steppes of Jazz Festival in Ulan Bator, Mongolia.