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Since the beginning of his career in 1985 with the creation of “Babel Latin Jazz Quintet”, Carlos Puig-Hatem has worked with musicians such as Joel Thome, Victor Pablo, Julio Barreto, Ravi Coltrane, Joan M. Serrat, Celia Cruz, Olga Guillot, Gema & Pavel, Willy Chirino, Horacio “El Negro” Hernandez, Perico Sambeat, Habana Abierta and Mark Peters, among many other, sharing the scene in concerts and festivals in USA, France, Spain, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Denmark, Austria, Portugal, Morocco, Cuba and Algerie.
A multifaceted artist, Puig-Hatem has developed simultaneously different lines of work, as composer (with a more than 20 symphonic, chamber and choral works Catalog), as Jazz, Pop and Latin trumpet player, pianist, arranger and composer (“Iyabo”, “Danza Negra”), as well as arranger, orchestrator, conductor and film music composer (“Alice in Wondertown” [Cuban film], “The Sea” by E. Camacho and “Los interests creados” by J.J. Benavente).
Carlo’s music has been premiered by numerous orchestras, chamber groups and choirs (Symphonic Orchestra of Tenerife, Symphonic Orchestra of A Corunha, Symphonic Orchestra of Basque Country, Youth Orchestra of Basque Country, Philarmonic Orchestra of Havana, Camerata Lacunensis, Capriccio Quartet, Cervantes Trio, among others), taking part in many recording productions.