The Buena Fe duo will offer several concerts in El Salvador. Photo: PL.
The Cuban musical duo Buena Fe arrived in the early hours of this Friday in San Salvador, after successful presentations in Honduras and Costa Rica.
The group will perform tomorrow Saturday at the Auditorium I, Ellacuría, of the Central American University José Simeón Cañas (UCA), where they will perform rhythms ranging from pop rock and alternative rock to trova.
Israel Rojas, lead voice and composer, and Yoel Martínez, guitar, will perform in a space where they were already in 2018, to offer their followers always songs and the most recent of their productions, including those of the album Morada.
Upon their arrival in El Salvador, both expressed their joy at being able to share their songs, "which is the best thing that comes out of us", with the local public, who have already been able to appreciate them in several performances, the last of them in 2018.
In statements to Prensa Latina, Rojas positively valued his presentations in Costa Rica and Honduras, in which, he said, they were very well received by an audience following his work and his interpretations.
In Honduras, where they performed for the first time in their career, they found an enthusiastic audience and even fans who traveled from neighboring Nicaragua to admire their music and the lyrics of their performances at the Loyola technical center, El Progreso, where they were accompanied by local singer Karla Lara.
Songs like No juegues con mi soledad and Déjame entrar will be added here to Nacimos ángeles (2004), Gracias por el fuego (2006), Pi 3,14, (2011), Todo el mundo cuenta (2011) and La culpa (2015), among others, which are known in El Salvador, where several presentations of the group are announced, one at the National Theater of Santa Ana, city about 70 kilometers northwest of the Salvadoran capital.
Rojas commented that in their performances they will present themes and songs "so that the world is filled with love and good faith."
This Saturday at the UCA, at 4:30 pm (local time), they will be accompanied by Salvadoran singers Manuel Contreras and Oscar, who include Cuban rhythms in their repertoire.
With 12 albums in his career, Buena Fe sings to love and heartbreak, to life, to the reality of his country and that of the world, with texts loaded with lyricism and metaphors for the reflection of his audience, his critics point out.
(Taken from Prensa Latina)