Ariel Cubria’s music contains a mixture of each of the music styles through which he has passed along his career; from jazz, pop, and rock to bolero and the music of his native country, Cuba.
In 1998 he settled in Madrid, where he has worked as a guitarist, bassist, singer or Tresero (Cuban Tres player) in recordings and tours with various artists such as Gloria Gaynor, Marta Sanchez, Snowy White (Pink Floyd), Gema Corredera, Betty Missiego, Olga Guillot, Nuno Dacamara Pereira, Rita Irasema, Inma Serrano among others.
In 2005 composed the music of the play "Anna in the Tropics" (Pulitzer winner) for which he received a nomination for the Max awards in Spain.
In 2007 he recorded his first solo album "LO QUE VALE DE TI", with special collaborations such as the American pianist and composer Bob Telson (Oscar-nominated for the music of the film Bagdad Café).
In 2011 he settled in Ljubljana, Slovenia, where he collaborated as a musician, arranger, composer and producer in projects of artists as the legendary songwriter Vlado Kreslin, The Croatian salsa band Cubismo, the famous pop-folk band Modrijani, the singer and flute player Tinkara Kovač, the accordionist and composer Jure Tori, the pop singer Neisha, the legendary rock singer Peter Lovšin, among others.
He has participated as a musician and arranger in the documentaries "Batana" and "Lipica" with The Slovenian National Radio and TV Orchestra collaborating with the composer Vlado Batista and the film "Alejandra", based on the life of the Argentinian writer Alejandra Laurenchic.
Since august of 2016 he is living in London where he´s performing with different bands and artists as Son Yambú, the pianist Sara McGuinness, Roberto Pla Latin Ensemble, Eli & La Evolution, Adriana Blu, Nolita Golding, Alex Wilson, among others.
Recently composed the music for the short film "Ticked Off" directed by Alexandria Doyle and wrote two songs included in the soundtrack of the film "Mister Mayfair" of the director Philippe Martinez, not yet released.