Jazz Flutist Bobby Ramirez Performs at Punto de Jazz Concert Series in Puerto Rico

Jazz musician, flutist, saxophonist Bobby Ramirez will be performing as part of Punto de Jazz concert series presented by Jazz radio VID 90.3 FM, and Jazzonian, on Saturday, March 18th, 2017, at Sazonao Restaurante, Carretera 102 Salida 168 Bo. Benavente, Hormigueros, Puerto Rico (bring your own chair; ice coolers not allowed); start time 7:30 PM.

Ramirez will be the featured guest performer with Sound Jazz band led by pianist Alan Rivera. The performance will also include two songs tribute to the late great Jazz flutist Dave Valentin who recently died; including "Obsesiņn" written by the famed Puerto Rican composer, Pedro Flores; and "It Might as Well Be Spring" composed by Richard Rodgers from the 1945 movie "State Fair."

Born in Camajuani, Santa Clara, Cuba, Maestro Bobby Ramirez grew up in Hialeah (Miami) Florida where he initiated his musical career, expanding over 3 decades since 1979. Ramirez has over 30 recorded music releases listed on iTunes ranging from Jazz to classical music. More information at:

Ramirez is also Founder and President of the non-profit Jazz Museum of Florida, Inc (JAZZONIAN) currently located on the campus of Excelsior Language Academy, 369 East 10th Street, Hialeah, Miami FL; also the home of the Jazzonian Kids Club.

Sample Bobby's latest Latin Jazz recording, with Grammy winning pianist Marlow Rosado and flute duo at:

Puerto Rico's only 24/7 premier Jazz radio station, VID 90.3 FM (La Capital Del Jazz en el Caribe) is a not-for-profit institution based in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, that maintains a culture of peace, education, and appreciation for the arts, specifically the musical genre of Jazz; being the only radio station that is exclusively dedicated to Jazz in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. VID 90.3 FM is the official radio station of the Mayaguez Jazz Fest.

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