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Juan de Marcos González is the person who, in 1996, motivated by Nick Gold and Ry Cooder, managed to reunite Ibrahim Ferrer, Pío Leiva and Omara Portuondo, among other reviled idols of the golden age of Cuban music, for the unrepeatable Buena Vista Social Club. Remembered as the architect of that virtuosic training, the former 'frontman' of Sierra Maestra (main disseminators of the Cuban son) returns to the appointment as master of ceremonies of the Afro-Cuban Allstars orchestra, ready to teach us the true Cuban musical tradition. Engraved by the publication Downbeat by their unstoppable mastery, the band pays homage to myths such as Rubén González and Arsenio Rodríguez, spinning old genres such as son and danzón with more modern styles such as timba, and recalls, above all, that the island it continues to be an infinite source of grace and music lover pleasure.