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Yasser Morejon Pino (Havana- 1976) is recognized as one of the most talented musicians in the business, from his residential Copenhagen he collaborates with many different projects such as: Grupo Danson, Afrocuban All Stars, the fusion Band The End, among other musical projects. His versatility allows him to be actively involved with different genres that includes jazz, latin-american folk, flamenco, afro jazz & pop music.

Currently he is immerse in his own project The Latin Syndicate Band which have had an official debut in the Jazz club Montmartre in Copenhagen on June 1st 2013. Was born in Havana in 1976. He is graduated as concertist and classical guitar teacher from the Conservatory “Amadeo Roldan” in Havana in 1995, but also graduated as contrabass player and teacher from the Rhythmic Conservatory of Copenhaguen, Denmark in 2006, where he was student of Niels Herning Ørsted Pedersen.

In Cuba he worked as a bass player with bands such as Aries, Natura, Chucho Valdes Jr, Roberto Fonseca y “Temperamento”, Denis y su Swing, Rojitas y su Orquesta. Currently he collaborates in multiples projects and bands like Grupo Danson, KNA Connected, Cubita, The End 2.0 and Afrocuban Allstars. He also keep a busy schedule with renamed musicians such as: Håkon Graf, Jonas Johansen, Morten Grønvad, Simon Spang-Hansen, Niclas Compagnol, Calixto Oviedo, Eliel Lazo, Alexander Abreu among others and teaches contrabass, el-bass and guitar

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Album Plutonic Eclipse by Simon Spang-Hanssen

Plutonic Eclipse

Alisio Music
2020

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