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Harold López-Nussa Torres is a jazz pianist who plays Cuban music and lives in Havana's Vedado neighborhood in Cuba. The 26-year-old[when?] pianist is Cuban, and French through his grandmother.
López-Nussa gave a concert in the 2006 Montreux Jazz Festival and recorded with Claude Nobs support, "Sobre el Atelier" in a Swiss studio. "I'm composing, arranging, rehearsing and my main objective is to make my record." The CD piano solo was released on 25 October on Harmonia Mundi. López-Nussa is finishing his musical studies at the Instituto Superior de Arte.
López-Nussa was born into a musical family in Havana on July 13, 1983. Not only are his father, Ruy Francisco López-Nussa and uncle—Ernán, a pianist—working musicians, but also his late mother, Mayra Torres, was a highly regarded piano teacher. At the age of eight, López-Nussa began studying at the Manuel Saumell Elementary School of Music, then the Amadeo Roldán Conservatory and finally graduating with a degree in classical piano from the Instituto Superior de Artes (ISA).