Ulaanbaatar, August 29, 2019.- On the last day of his visit to Mongolia, Cuban pianist and composer Alejandro Falcón, also shared his music with Cubans residents in this Asian country, in a presentation organized at the Embassy of Cuba. Also present were representatives of the diplomatic corps accredited in Mongolia and members of the Association of Graduates in Cuba.
Falcón shared this stage with two other international artists, Sangoma from the United States and Mike from Poland, who also participated in the XII edition of the Jazz Festival of the Giant Steppes that took place between August 25 and 28.
Those present enjoyed the interpretation of very Cuban pieces of his authorship such as the Waltz for Ochún and other bearers of rhythms such as rumba, danzón, chachachá and mambo
As part of his participation in the Giant Steppes Jazz Festival Festival, Falcón performed one of the Outdoor Concert at Seoul Street one of the busiest streets in the city and in the Opera and Ballet Theater of Mongolia, he also offered an exclusive interview to the English-language television channel MNB World and presented his book “Dancing between Bridges” at the National Conservatory of Music in Mongolia.
In his farewell to Mongolia, Alejandro Falcón expressed satisfaction for being able to share the richness of Cuban music in a country of ancient culture and the opportunity to raise Cuban culture. (EmbaCuba Mongolia)