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The HAVANA FLUTE SUMMIT was a truly unique and joyous session from beginning to end.
The original idea was a simple one: the pairing of two original and very distinctive flautists, Jane Bunnett and Orlando Vallé. Jane Bunnett's musical language comes from the jazz tradition by way of Eric Dolphy, Roland Kirk and Frank Wess, with quite a few stops in Havana along the way. Orlando Vallé, or "Maraca", the name by which he is generally known, is now the reigning king of the Cuban flute. His influences encompass the entire history of Cuban flute music, as well as many elements of modern jazz.