Salsa singer Gilberto Santa Rosa will perform with his “Camínalo” tour at the Kravis Center in the city of West Palm Beach on Saturday, November 6, 2021, at 8 pm
The nicknamed "Caballero de la Salsa'' (Gentleman of Salsa) returns to the United States after the start of the pandemic due to COVID-19 that paralized the world.
Gilberto Santa Rosa makes history with his “Camínalo” tour by becoming the first artist to perform live before his audience this 2021, and the tickets for three of his concerts in Florida: Miami, Orlando, and Tampa.
Tickets are still on sale for you to enjoy the salsa at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach via Kravis.org or by telephone at (561) 832-7469 and (800) 572-8471, Monday through Friday from 10 am to 2 pm.
Gilberto Santa Rosa on special tour
This tour of Santa Rosa is very special because it is the reunion of the romantic salsa singer with his audience after more than a year without performing.
"I am very happy and excited to return to the stage, but especially to reconnect with the public and receive that special energy that they give me at each concert," said Santa Rosa in a press release.
“I trust that‘ Camínalo Tour ’will be a great party, full of music and good vibes, so I am waiting for you so that we can experience this mixture of emotions together. Pending in your city that we will soon arrive with this new proposal," added the Puerto Rican artist.
The great sonero of salsa
Gilberto Santa Rosa has captivated people for more than 45 years with his velvety voice and inexhaustible vitality.
Many of his colleagues consider him one of the greatest soneros. He himself defined a sonero as “a salsa singer who has the ability to improvise and who, in addition, has a mastery of rhythm that allows him to 'play with the clave”, during an interview with a Peruvian radio station in 2018.
“Many of the singers of the so-called‘ traditional salsa’ movement were recognized as great soneros without having the mastery of improvisation. Being a skill dominated by few, improvising soneros were always the minority”, he added.
The artist was one of the first to merge salsa with classical music and that creativity was shown in the 90s during his concert "Salsa Sinfónica" held at the Centro de Bellas Artes de San Juan de Puerto Rico accompanied by the Orchestra Symphonic.
That concert was so successful that he performed at Carnegie Hall in New York in 1995 and at Lincoln Center in that city with his compatriot Andy Montañez in 1997.
Gilberto Santa Rosa has recorded around 40 albums with which he achieved important recognitions, such as platinum records, nominations for the Grammy Awards, and Premio Lo Nuestro. He has 6 Latin Grammy Awards and has sold more than 5 million records in the United States.
About the Kravis Center
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is a non-profit performing arts center located at 701 Okeechobee Blvd. in West Palm Beach, Florida. Their mission is to improve the quality of life in Palm Beach County by featuring a diverse lineup of the highest quality national and international artists and companies.
Offering comprehensive arts education programs, serving over 3 million students by providing a shelter for local and regional arts organizations to display their work. By providing economic encouragement and community leadership in West Palm Beach, the Kravis Center supports efforts to increase travel and tourism to Palm Beach County.
For information, visit Kravis Center for The Performing Arts or call (561) 832-7469.