The singer-songwriter Abraham Dorta and percussionist Delvin López give life to the Afro-Caribbean music duo Madera Fina that demonstrates the wide range of genres that unfold in the Puerto Rico independent music scene. In the hand of Abraham’s guitar mastery, Madera Fina blends a broad amalgam of tropical styles including bossa nova, classical and Caribbean styles.
Madera Fina will play at the Fogartyville Community Media and Arts Center on Sunday, July 9th at 7pm. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Advance tickets are available at www.wslr.org.
Madera Fina hail from Arecibo, Puerto Rico, a coastal town is located on the northwestern part of the island. Madera Fina is getting ready to realease its first full-length record, featuring performances by Batacumbele’s lead singer and Puertorican legend Jerry Medina. This duo is very popular in their native Puerto Rico and has shared the stage with many established artists including Jose Feliciano and Fernando Madera. Madera Fina is Abraham Dorta (Guitar & Vocals) and Delvin Lopez (Percussion & Vocals). For this performance they’ll be joined by Frankie Pineiro on congas and Hector Mayoral on guitar.
photo from Fogarty / WSLR