Recognition for the considerable talent of Cuban pianist, Roberto Fonseca has spread far and wide, and if there was another dimension to enter, it would be the one that qualifies an artist to greatness. However, Fonseca fights shy of any attention that distracts from his music. A deeply spiritual person, who just happens to express himself through his art, he prefers to defer to the mysterious and invisible force that compels him to make music.
AAJ Contributor Raul d'Gama Rose spoke with Foneseca about his music, his life and his spirituality. Check out what Fonseca has to say in Raul's in-depth interiew, Roberto Fonseca: A Life in the Spirit, published today at AAJ.
You can also read Raul's insightful review of Fonseca's latest CD, Akokan (JustinTime, 2010), also published today at AAJ.
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