Dijous, 20 de maig 2021, 19.30 h
ICCIC Auditorium, Via Augusta, 205

In 1910, Django Reinhardt, a gypsy guitarist considered by many as the creator of manouche jazz or gypsy jazz, was born in a small town in Belgium. Twelve years later, in 1922, the Afro-American saxophonist Illinois Jacquet was born in Louisiana, perhaps the first reference of the Honker style. Can we imagine what would have happened if these two musicians had had the opportunity to share the stage? Albert Bello and Big Dani Pérez, two of the benchmarks of these styles in Spain, propose to take us on this adventure with a repertoire to help us blend these two sounds. You will love this quintet, unprecedented concert and musical meeting.

 Big Dani Pérez, sax
Albert Bello, lead guitar
Claudi Lázaro, rhythm guitar
Camil Arcarazo, rhythm guitar
Joan Motera, double bass

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