“Son de Barrio de Puerto Rico” Orchestra releases second album with the blessing of Rafael Ithier

“Son de Barrio de Puerto Rico” Orchestra releases second album with the blessing of Rafael Ithier

For the salsa group “They are from the neighborhood of Puerto Rico” The orchestra’s nearly 15 years on the music scene have been a roller coaster, as amidst ups and downs they have been able to stay afloat in the genre that “never dies,” according to director and founder Wilfredo “Puchy” Rodriguez.

It was in early 2010 when Rodriguez joined other musicians from the area to form a musical proposal that would define them as an orchestra. The group originally began with fusions of jibaro music with salsa, until they developed their musical identity to the rhythm of the salsa clave, a proposal that they defend and promote with the release of their second album “Poquito a Poquito”, released this year.

“It has been a tough career because things don’t always turn out the way you want them to and you can’t say that we have lived off of stews. That hasn’t happened. However, we feel happy because we are making salsa, a genre that doesn’t die, that is for the dancer. The sound of Son de Barrio is different. What we are looking for is the dancer’s swing. That is what we want, so that people can enjoy the salsa that was danced in the 1990s again,” Rodriguez said enthusiastically.

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