Playing Hollywood’s 4th Annual Salsa Festival – tribute to women in salsa – was Hot!

So lucky to be honored and involved playing the 4th Annual Hollywood Salsa Festival backing  Melina Almodovar, Latin Grammy winner Chino Nuñez, Aymee Nuviola, Tito Puente Jr., Marlon Fernandez, and Michelle Brava! More than 6000 people danced and loved the sounds of this special night!

Read about it in Our City Hollywood Magazine here!


Great article about Plenatarium’s Puerto Rican “Noches de Cultura” in ActualMag

Check out the article from ActualMag about us – with video, photos, and more!


“Planetarium a popular group, captivated the crowd with plena music, a type of sound which began more than 100 years ago bringing the stories of Puerto Rico’s history and folklore to the world. It became popular in the 1990’s when modern sounds were incorporated to it.


Check us out in the Feb 2015 Issue of Ocean Drive Magazine!

OceanDrive Mag Feb 2015Orquesta Calle Sol was recently featured in this Feb 2015 issue of Miami’s Ocean Drive Magazine!


Conexion Latina press in Miami Talent Magazine

Debbie mentioned in this Miami Talent Magazine article about featured group - Conexion Latina!

Debbie mentioned in this Miami Talent Magazine article about featured group – Conexion Latina!


Makeno Son press

Makeno Son

Debbie is mentioned in press about Latin group Makeno Son in the Universal Latin News


Makeno Son was happy to have Debbie play!

Debbie is a talented trombonist who became a member of Makeno Son in 2008. Filled with flashes of energy and knowledge, she demonstrated great musical skills and rhythm, In addition to team work and responsibility.  In each of the rehearsals and performances, Debbie showed her enthusiasm and love for music represented through her trombone.”

Makeno Son has been playing for ten years in many venues including festivals, private performances, weddings and TV appearances in Ecuador- South America and the United States. Makeno Son plays a variety of Latin-American music including boleros, ballads, huapangos, sones, cumbias, rancheras, waltz, salsa, etc. Their musicianship earned them a lot of respect and a lot of fans for the Latin American music in Ecuador and the United States.