Ivette Cepeda is one of the most versatile and fulfilled singers in the Cuban musical scene. Gifted with an unmatched countertenor voice that reminds the 40s Cuban diva Elena Burque, Ivette grabs everybody’s attention from the moment she goes up to the stage.
Over 25 years, she has astonished the public with her colorful voice, full of intensity and graceful. Though singing Boleros has led her to success, her style goes beyond, taking from Bossa Nova, Son, Jazz, Latin American Trova, Guaguancó, Salsa…
Each performance of hers is an invitation to enjoy classic songs of Tom Jobin, Joaquín Sabina, Miguel Matamoros, Juan Formell, Tony Pinelli, Silvio Rodríguez, Agustín Lara, Marta Valdés, just to name a few. When it comes to music, she has no limits.
Her albums Estaciones, Miracles and País, confirm her unstoppable desire of growing as artist. Taking this path, Ivette has revived the interest for less notorious Cuban musicians but still fascinating such as Noel Nicola. If you’re wondering how she does it, what’s Ivette Cepeda’s secret, there’s only one way to figure it out. You must see her performance, from the very beginning till the end.
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