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April 14 @ 9:00 pm - 11:30 pm


“A major international talent that’s on its way”

“Canada’s emerging Latin music queen”
– 680 NEWS

Musical class on an international level meets driving Caribbean rhythms and first class Latin”

Through years of touring around the world, across Canada, and collaborating with Juno Award-winning performers, Eliana Cuevas has grown into an accomplished singer-songwriter and bandleader with unlimited colours in her compositional and lyrical palette. Among her honours are the National Jazz Award for Latin Jazz Artist of the Year, two Toronto Independent Music Award for Best World Music Artist and an Independent Music Award for Best Latin Album for ESPEJO. Eliana has released 5 albums of original music to this date: Cohesión (2001), Ventura (2004) Vidas (2007), Espejo (2013), and most recently Golpes y Flores (2017).

With her latest album Golpes y Flores, Eliana Cuevas has created a beautiful musical love letter to her native land of Venezuela. The award-winning singer/songwriter has been based in Toronto for over a decade, but she drew inspiration from her homeland for this, her fifth record, recently released on ALMA Records. Eliana explains that, “Venezuelan music is very rich and I wanted to showcase some of wealth my country has to offer.”

Cuevas was able to discover and record some of the finest percussionists in that country, and their contributions mesh seamlessly with those of her A-list Canadian accompanists. “Golpes y Flores” was arranged and produced in Toronto by noted composer and keyboardist Jeremy Ledbetter. Their work is framed within Cuevas’ eloquent original compositions, while her fluent and pure vocals complete a sound that is both timeless and freshly contemporary.

“Golpes y Flores” recently received nominations in three different categories at the 2018 Independent Music Awards that will take place at Lincoln Center in New York this coming spring.

Eliana will be accompanied by a stellar group of musicians — Jeremy Ledbetter on piano, Ross MacIntyre on bass, Marito Marques on drums and Luis Orbegoso on percussion.


April 14
9:00 pm - 11:30 pm