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Alfonso Adan


Alfonso Adan (1976) is a European jazz guitarist, composer, and recording artist. With more than 30 years of experience as a performer, his style characterizes by a carefully crafted compositional technique where he combines elements of classical and modern music, with a strong influence and knowledge of Afro-American music and European jazz. His great curiosity about music led him to take lessons since he was six years old. A few years later, motivated by the eagerness he had to learn more about what he liked so much, he formally began to study guitar at the music conservatory. From a very young age, Alfonso felt identified with the sound he could get from an electric guitar, and this led him to develop a professional career along with his studies of classical music at the conservatory


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Alfonso Adan - Jazz guitarist and composer begins a colorful new chapter with New Morning

Alfonso Adan - Jazz guitarist and composer begins a colorful new chapter with New Morning

In a city that’s always moving at high speed, Alfonso Adan remembers the value of quiet and patience. The world-travelling guitarist has had a long and colorful journey from his roots in Europe to his current working life in and around Greenwich Village, New York. The music bug first struck at age six, and that same ...


New Morning

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. R96 2. One 3. Kind of Mystery - Parts I and II 4. Over the Silence 5. New Morning 6. Colors 7. Step Down - Part I and Interlude 8. Step Down - Part II 9. Tuesday 10. Sunset



New Morning

Featuring the music of Alfonso Adan
Duration: 19:40

Music and still photos from the making of the CD New Morning.


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