Havana Quartet follows hard-drinking, romantic Cuban Police Detective Mario Conde (Banderas) who longs to be a writer but settled for a job as a detective. The series is set in the 1990s "when the communist dream was starting to fray around the edges but there still was a lot of charm," Albrecht said.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
Havana Quartet - Haydée Milanés - Netflix
Haydée Milanés (Spanish pronunciation: [aiˈðe(e) milaˈnes]) is a Cuban singer born in 1980 in Havana, Cuba. She is the daughter of the important “Nueva Trova” figure Pablo Milanés. Haydée Milanés is part of the Cuban fusion new scene. Her style is often compared to Norah Jones’: shy, sultry, and jazzy.
Havana Quartet - Professional Singer Career - Netflix
In 1999, she started to perform in the quartet of the Cuban pianist Hernán López Nussa. Her first musical tour occurred in 2000, as she was invited at the Heineken Festival in São Paulo (Brazil). This collaboration with Hernán López Nussa led her to record an album in Rio de Janeiro with renowned Cuban musicians such as Tata Güines or Pancho Ferry. The same year, she started performing frequently in Havana club la Zorra y el Cuervo. There, she regularly participated in jam sessions with Roberto Carcassés, director of the “Interactivo” music collective, with whom she collaborated in 2003 on the compilation Cool Cool Filin. Her first solo album, Haydée, came out in 2005 and was produced and written by Descemer Bueno between Havana and New York. This album gave rise to a series of concerts in Havana, warmly welcomed by the audience and the critics. In 2008, Haydée Milanés released a live album called Haydée Milanés en Vivo, featuring performances with her father Pablo Milanés and her sisters Lynn and Suylén Milanés.
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