Hilario Durán

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Hilario Durán (born 1953, Havana) is a Cuban-Canadian jazz pianist. Hilario Durán_sentence_0

Durán studied at Conservatorio "Amadeo Roldán" Amadeo Roldan Music Institute in Havana, studying tumbao with Evaristo Aparicio, composition and conducting from German Pifferrer, and orchestration from Guillermo Barreto. Hilario Durán_sentence_1

He formed a group in the 1970s called Los D'Siempre, which melded traditional Cuban elements with those of modern jazz. Hilario Durán_sentence_2

He joined Arturo Sandoval's band from 1981 to 1990. Hilario Durán_sentence_3

He also worked with Dizzy Gillespie's United Nation Orchestra and Michel Legrand. Hilario Durán_sentence_4

He formed a new group, Perspectiva, in 1990, and toured Central America and Europe. Hilario Durán_sentence_5

From 1995 he worked as a solo artist in Toronto, Canada, and has collaborated over the course of his career with Tata Güines, Changuito, Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Jorge Reyes, Roberto Occhipinti, Larry Cramer, John Patitucci, Michael Brecker, Regina Carter, Dave Valentin, Juan Pablo Torres, John Benitez, Dafnis Prieto, Hugh Marsh, Carlos "Patato" Valdés, Lenny Andrade, Quartetto Gelato, Jane Bunnett and the Gryphon Trio. Hilario Durán_sentence_6

Duran was nominated for Juno Awards in 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007, winning in 2005 for New Danzon, and 2007:From The Heart", this album also was Grammy nominated. Hilario Durán_sentence_7

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  • Habana 9 P.M. (Areito, 1978)Hilario Durán_item_0_0
  • Francisco's Song (Justin Time, 1996)Hilario Durán_item_0_1
  • Killer Tumbao (Justin Time, 1997)Hilario Durán_item_0_2
  • Havana Flute Summit (Naxos Jazz, 1997)Hilario Durán_item_0_3
  • Habana Nocturna (Justin Time, 1999)Hilario Durán_item_0_4
  • Havana Remembered (Avalon Music, 2002)Hilario Durán_item_0_5
  • New Danzon (Alma Records, 2005)Hilario Durán_item_0_6
  • Encuentro en La Habana (Alma, 2006)Hilario Durán_item_0_7
  • From the Heart (Alma, 2006)Hilario Durán_item_0_8
  • Motion (Alma, 2010)Hilario Durán_item_0_9
  • Cuban Rhapsody (Alma, 2011) with Jane BunnettHilario Durán_item_0_10
  • Christmas Salsa (Avalon, 2013)Hilario Durán_item_0_11
  • Contumbao (Alma, 2017)Hilario Durán_item_0_12
  • "The Cuban" (Alma, 2019)Hilario Durán_item_0_13


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