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Horacio Martinez & Lauraliz Morales Duo / South American Jazz
Horacio Martinez & Lauraliz Morales Duo / South American Jazz

Wed, Feb 14


Terraza 7

Horacio Martinez & Lauraliz Morales Duo / South American Jazz

Lauraliz Morales and Horacio Martinez fuse Latin American and jazz music, blending traditions from Argentina, Peru, and Puerto Rico. Lauraliz's expressive vocals and Horacio's innovative guitar create a dynamic, culturally rich sound that captivates audiences with passion and skill.

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Time & Location

Feb 14, 2024, 7:30 PM – Feb 15, 2024, 10:00 PM

Terraza 7, 40-19 Gleane Street, Elmhurst NY 11373

About the event

Horacio Martinez & Lauraliz Morales Duo / South American Jazz

Presented by Terraza 7

Date: Wednesday, February 14th, 2024

Time: 7:30 pm

Admission: $15 cover charge at the mezzanine.


  • Horacio Martinez / Vocals, Percussion
  • Lauraliz Morales / Vocals

Lauraliz Morales and Horacio Martinez blend Latin American music with jazz influences, drawing from Argentina, Peru, and Puerto Rico. Lauraliz's emotive vocals explore themes of love and heritage, complemented by Horacio's intricate guitar melodies. Their dynamic performances fuse traditional rhythms with modern improvisation, creating a captivating musical experience that celebrates their cultural roots with passion and skill.

About Horacio Martinez:

Horacio is a multi-talented musician and composer from Argentina. He is skilled in playing multiple instruments, producing music, and arranging musical pieces. At a young age, he toured Latin America with the UNESCO Choir (EMA) and various ensembles. In 2006, he had the honor of performing at the Honoris Causa for Mercedes Sosa and the Oscar winner Gustavo Santaolalla in Mendoza, Argentina. He won the Pre-Cosquin Festival in Mendoza in 2010 and performed at the Festival Nacional de la Vendimia in 2011 and 2012. Horacio was also a member of the award-winning group Markama from 2008-2012 and performed with symphonic orchestras. He traveled to China with the UN Singers in 2017 and sang with them at Carnegie Hall; the same year, he toured Europe, promoting his solo album, De Jujuy a Brooklyn. Horacio has a Bachelor's in music, has recorded three albums, and has produced music for films, dancers, and other artists. He currently resides in New York, where he teaches at Carnegie Hall and Casita Maria, plays guitar with the BronX BandA led by Arturo O'Farril, and has his music production studio. Additionally, he leads the Latin music ministry at St. Peter's Church in Manhattan.

About Lauraliz Morales:

Lauraliz is a versatile and talented singer known for her captivating performances and powerful vocals. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, music has always been a significant part of her life, and her love for singing was evident from a very young age. Lauraliz's music journey began when she joined the UN Singers in 2014, performing in various countries, including the Philippines and China. In 2015, she was honored to sing for Pope Francis at the Cantándole al Papa event. She sang at Carnegie Hall in 2018 as part of the UN Singers. Lauraliz has toured numerous countries, including her home, Puerto Rico, Argentina, and Aruba. She has also performed at prestigious events, including in the Hamptons and Sanctuary for Families, promoting the arts and supporting nonprofit organizations like NMIC. With a captivating voice and dynamic stage presence, Lauraliz has also worked as a backup singer for acclaimed artists such as Victoria Sanabria and La Royinaki. In addition, she has graced the stages in different venues around NYC. Lauraliz's love for music and dedication to her craft make her a rising singer in the Latin community. With each performance, she continues to inspire and captivate her audiences with her soulful voice and vibrant energy.


  • Mezzanine

    Gain privileged access to the concert at Terraza7's Mezzanine, where you'll enjoy the intimacy of a private space with seating. Immerse yourself in the melodies and rhythms, all while being in close proximity to the talented musicians.

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