Los Production presents :
Oscar D’Leon, the king of salsa, back in Paris, to celebrate his 50 years of career!
It was in 1972 that Oscar D’Leon formed “La Dimension Latina” in the local “La Distincion” in Venezuela. They recorded hits including the famous “Llorarás.”
“La Dimension Latina” becomes one of the most recognized orchestras in the Caribbean, and penetrates the North American market. Oscar D’León transforms the concerts of “La Dimension Latina” into a show, with his charisma, his talent as a “sonero” and as a dancer, capable of playing the bass at the same time, which earns him the nickname El Bajo Danzante (the dancing bassist) from the public.
Throughout his career, his voice and figure have shone alongside such greats as Celia Cruz, Eddy Palmieri, Tito Puente, and Cheo Feliciano.
A legend on stage, not to be missed!