Miramar’s Music House
35 AVE. MIRAMARIt’s the place to be for salsa. Located inside a house in Miramar, Havana, it’s one of the trendiest Havana night clubs. Since it was opened in the mid-nineties, this concert hall has established itself as the temple of Cuban salsa and son in the capital. The best bands have passed through its stage and the programming remains irreproachable. The House was built in the 40s of the last century in one of the most aristocratic neighborhoods of the capital. It was the headquarters of a Lodge of The Masonic Foundation. It was erected with two floors of masonry and tiles including in its spacious layout a ballroom, stage and auditorium, a premonition of what it would be half a century later. It opened with an Award Gala in April 1995 and in October of that same year, with the concert of the great Cuban musician Chucho Valdés and the Irakere band.
The House was created to exhibit and commercialize the Cuban discography in various media and to promote the recognition of the work of Cuban artistic talents through live performances, always preserving the most genuine values of national culture.