One of the most respected young soneros of the New Generation
He belongs to the new legion of young soneros and projects himself as one of the greatest exponents of Venezuelan salsa at the national and international level; I am referring to Rónald Eduardo Gómez Ávila, known artistically as Rónald Gómez, born in Caracas on March 11, 1995, son of Sonia Ávila and Rónald Gómez; his brothers: Jesús Eduardo and Rónner Eduardo.
He completed his high school studies at the Orinoco High School and his university studies at UNEARTE in Caracas.
He has been living in Los Teques for some time and is currently living in Valencia.
The singer and sonero Rónald, started in music since he was 4 years old, when his father, also a musician, invited him to sing the song “Llorarás”, with the free orchestra of the UCV and from that moment he won people over with his charisma and his swing. At the age of 6, he joined the Chiky Salsa orchestra and due to his versatility, he later joined the Porfi Baloa Teenagers, first as a musician and then as a vocalist, and later as a member of the Porfi Klan staff.
It is worth mentioning that Rónald Gómez, besides being one of the most respected young soneros in our country, has stood out as an excellent sportsman, being a member of the Miranda State Volleyball Team in various national competitions.
Gómez has had the honor of sharing the stage with salsa greats such as: Tony Vega, Maelo Ruiz, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, Cheo Feliciano, Ismael Miranda, Hermanos Lebrón, Frankie Vásquez, Hermán Olivera, Adalberto Santiago, Oscar D’León and was a special guest to sing along with Sonora Ponceña and La India from New York.
Rónald has worked with the orchestras La Dimensión Latina, the Dance Orchestra “La Resistencia Salsera de Venezuela”, the Cheo Navarro Tribute Orchestra and currently Los Adolescentes.
Among the countries where Rónald Gómez has represented Venezuela are United States, Peru, Canada, Colombia, El Salvador, Ecuador, Mexico and Cuba.
Some of the songs he has recorded are: “No puedo vivir sin ti”, “Ya la vi” with Bailatino and “No temas al amor” and “Tengo un amor” with Los Adolescentes, which are played on radio stations and social networks.
What are your current projects, Rónald? Carlos, I am currently continuing with the Teenagers and I also have projects as a soloist; I am recording some things on the fly individually, obviously without leaving the orchestra and at the same time I have in mind to enhance the image as Rónald Gómez. Have you recorded any new songs? Indeed, professor, I have recorded some with the Teenagers and as I told you, I am going to record with some guests together with myself; that is going to be good and I hope you enjoy it; in due time I will make them known.
Ronald, where are you currently with the Teen Orchestra? At the moment I am in Miami, last week we were in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Santa Ana.
What can you tell us about your next tour? We are going to Colombia at the beginning of March, we will be alternating with Diego Galé and Maelo Ruiz, then we will be on a break there in Venezuela and then we will continue with the full tour in the United States, having concerts in: Houston, Utah, Ohio, among many other cities.
Finally, Rónald tells us that he feels satisfied by his successes at a professional level and wishes to continue to succeed inside and outside our country, with the support of all his family, musicians, friends and all the salsa musicians who enjoy his presentations.
It is important to emphasize that Rónald Gómez is characterized by his simplicity, professionalism and gift of people who will surely make him one of the greats of Latin music.
From “Salsa Escrita” and International Salsa Magazine, we wish Rónald the best performance and he always counts on us.
To contact Rónald Gómez, you can do it through the Instagram: Ronaldadolescentes.