Mr. Pauer Cuban Cultural Exchange

Miami Light Project sends Mr. Pauer to Havana, Cuba for International Cultural Exchange

December 14-19, 2016

Havana | Cuba

Miami Light Project is proud to announce the participation of Latin Grammy-nominated producer, re-mixer, and Light Box at Goldman Warehouse resident DJ in our ‘Miami/Havana Bridge Program’, an international cultural exchange program for Miami-based artists.

During his time in Cuba  this December, Mr. Pauer will learn about Cuban music, art, design and culture, with visits to Fábrica de Arte CubanoLaboratorio Nacional de Música Electroacústica, Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes de La Habana, and more. At the culmination of his week-long residency/journey, Mr. Pauer will attend the closing ceremony of the 32nd International Jazz Festival of Havana featuring emerging Cuban artists such as Abel Marcel, Dayramir Gonzalez and Arnaldo Lescay. Mr. Pauer is the sixth artist Miami Light Project has taken to Cuba for the program.


Mr. Pauer™ (Toto González) is a Latin Grammy® Nominated producer and re-mixer born in the Caribbean city of Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela, based in Miami, FL. for over 21 years.

He is considered one of the pioneers in the new sounds of Latin electrónica receiving recognition for his debut album “Soundtrack” earning him a nomination for “Best Alternative Album” in the 12th annual Latin Grammy® Awards. He is a music connoisseur and researcher of percussive rhythms from around the world.

Mr. Pauer is the creator of his signature sound called “Electrópico”, a fusion of electronic dance music mixed with music genres originated between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn like Salsa, Zouk, Reggae, Cumbia, Dancehall, Merengue, Kuduro, etc. creating a unique sound born in Miami.