Dominican bachata singer Ranfiel has admired Chilean artist Myriam Hernandez since the beginning of his career. That is why he is so happy, grateful and excited for the great opportunity he has been given to open the concerts of the “Sinergia” tour in the United States.
The interpreter of “La trampa”, “No quiero saber de ti” and “Alguien especial”, was selected by the “Diva de America” and her team for this first tour after the pandemic.
Ranfiel performed with Hernandez in cities such as Boston, Massachusetts, Maryland, Connecticut, Philadelphia, New York, New Jersey, Miami, Orlando, Trampas and other states.
The bachatero has put the tropical flavor to the shows, receiving the support of the public that went to enjoy the immense repertoire of Myriam Hernandez. He made the audience vibrate with his contagious bachatas, especially with “La Trampa”, one of his best known songs.
“I am committed to my country, that is why on any stage where I perform I try to put the name of the Dominican Republic on high,” said Ranffiel.
He thanked God and everyone for the opportunity, especially Myriam Hernandez with whom he shared this beautiful experience.
Ranfiel Adames began his career in the recording industry betting on merengue and then moved on to the salsa genre. However, he would end up gaining more notoriety singing the genre declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity: bachata. “In music you have to innovate, you can’t stay stagnant, times are changing, the cybernetic era is very strong and artists have to reinvent themselves”, he said several months ago on the program “Geronimo Show”, produced in New York. In this interview he recalled that it was Maestro Victor Victor who inspired him to sing bachata, after the late singer-songwriter listened to some of his songs. “You have played me all the merengues in the world, but you have an essence, you have a gritico, of a natural bachatero,” Victor Victor told him, according to Ranfiel’s account.
Although the change to bachata has surprised his followers, Ranfiel said that he is “a diverse artist, that we do not limit ourselves to any genre.” An example of this is the acceptance of the single “La trampa”, a composition by José Ernesto Peña, with arrangements by Robinson Hernández.
Two presentations in Santo Domingo
The “Sinergia” tour has been a great success with stages at maximum capacity in the United States. Myriam Hernandez is now preparing for her concert at the Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on Saturday, October 30. She will then give two presentations in the Dominican Republic, scheduled for November 5 and 6, at the “Eduardo Brito” National Theater, with the production of businessman César Suárez Pizano.