Dazzle Presents – On Stage: Daniel Ondaro & Elisa Garcia featuring Leonardo Munoz-Corona on Thursday, November 5 at 7 pm.
Colorado based guitarist and singer-songwriter, Daniel Ondaro has more than a decade’s worth of experience performing both original and cover material worldwide. He is currently performing solo and with his band in cities around Colorado as well as on cruise ships in promotion of his 2020 release, “Under The Gun”. Daniel’s shows include a wide range of styles including Country, Folk, Latin, Jazz and Classical music influenced by decades of North American, European and Latin American Music.
Daniel is a native of Fort Collins, Colorado USA of half Cuban and half American decent. In 2013 he released his debut solo EP, “Ao Brasil” dedicated to Latin American musical styles. In 2011 and 2012 he was a front man for the original Pop/Latin group, NuMundo. The group’s highlights include performances at festivals in Colorado and Singapore as well as a fully funded Kickstarter campaign for their debut LP, “Our Song” produced and recorded in Denver, Colorado in 2012. His other US collaborations include work with nationally recognized artists/groups since 2008.
Elisa Garcia is a singer – songwriter, originally from Uruguay, who plays Latin American folk songs from Mexico, Cuba, Venezuela, down to Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay. In 2010, Elisa co-founded the Pan-American band, NuMundo, along with Daniel and other band members, bringing original songs inspired by Latin American rhythms and Americana music. She lived in Singapore from 2013 – 2016, where she continued playing her music as well as performing Brazilian samba and Portuguese fado. She also sang with salsa/Latin band Havana Social Club; performing at several jazz festivals in the region. Currently she lives in Boulder where she plays as a duo with her husband and trio with pianist Victor Mestas.
Leonardo Munoz-Corona is a percussionist from Mexico City. He has played with big names in the worlds of Salsa, Latin Jazz, and Latin Rock, touring with Jaguares, Lucero, Juanes, Willie Colon, Tom Coster and many others. Producer and musical director. He currently lives in Boulder and plays with his wife Elisa, salsa bands Chicos Malos, Quemando, Orquesta La Brava, as well as Latin jazz with Justin Adams, Gonzalo Teppa. He is also a percussionist for the CU Thompson Latin Jazz Ensemble directed by Victor Mestas.