Manuel Bas

Manuel Bas

Cuban singer-songwriter, he studied Trumpet and Lyrical Singing at the Guillermo Tomás and Amadeo Roldán conservatories respectively. In 2010 he began to compose his first songs. In 2012 he recorded his first independent album titled Múltiplo de Luz. From this experience he ventured into the world of music production and recordings.

Thus, in 2014, he began a parallel career as a recording and mixing engineer with many albums to his credit, including works by artists such as Yassek Manzano, Zule Guerra, Gastón Joya, among others.

He was nominated for the Cubadisco 2017 awards for his second album Homagno (independent) in two categories (best fusion album and best design). That year he was awarded the Ignacio Villa prize awarded by the Hermanos Saíz Association to young composers. In 2018 he was awarded the El Reino De Este Mundo award, also given by the AHS. In 2019 he performs concerts in Argentina and Brazil.

It is noteworthy that since his beginnings as a singer-songwriter he has been very active in different events and festivals of national importance such as Las Romerías de Mayo, Longina, Jazz Plaza, as well as in clubs and song spaces throughout the country.

Among its most notable influences, genres such as Rock, Pop, Traditional Trova and Nueva Trova, Jazz, Bolero and Filin, among others, can be mentioned.