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Javier Feltrer

Composer and multi-instrumentalist (Saxophone, clarinets, flute, piano and accordion player) whose work goes around jazz and other creative music styles. His original music includes certain eclecticism and influences from classical music to rock. He started his studies at the age of 8 and finished his formation with his degrees in Composition and Performance, expanding his jazz training at several seminars and master- classes with Perico Sambeat, Jerry Bergonzi, Bob Mintzer, Mark Turner, Seamus Blake, Bruce Barth, Jason Palmer, Jorge Pardo, etc. His style has been constantly improved by the performance of a long number of styles ( post-bop and modern jazz, fussion, manouche, dixieland, funk, latin, flamenco, classical, oriental, progressive rock, mediterranean folk...) including the performance of his own compositions, and with his work as a session musician. He has worked regurarly with some music shows producers as arranger, composer, band leader and performer, inside the field of musical theatre and others. Since 2019, Feltrer is the professor of harmony and history in the jazz studies at the Valencia Conservatory.

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Pau viguer

Pau Viguer, pianista y compositor de jazz nacido en Valencia.Comenzó a estudiar piano a los 7 años. Obtuvo el grado superior de piano en el Conservatorio Superior de Valencia.Estudió música clásica con Margarita Conté, Concha Sánchez Ocaña, Jesús Debón y Miguel A. Herranz y jazz con los pianistas Ricardo Belda, Donato Marot y John Serry. También ha realizado cursos con Xavi Folch, Ximo Tébar, Robert Rodríguez , Jorge Pardo, etc. Ha pertenecido a numerosos grupos de música moderna, como Fernando Poo, Mala Fama, Controversia o Brooklyn, ganando diversos premios en la Comunidad Valenciana

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Perico Sambeat

In 1980 he began playing sax self-taught. He moved to Barcelona in 1982, where he ended his flute classical studies. At the same time he started attending Taller de Mùsics, where he studied harmony and arrangements with Zé Eduardo. In 1991 he moved to New York, where he attended New School. There he had the chance to play with great musicians such as Lee Konitz, Jimmy Cobb, Joe Chambers, etc. He also worked professionally with Steve Lacy, Daniel Humair, Fred Hersch, Bob Moses, Louis Bellson, Michael Brecker, Bob Mintzer, Maria Schneider, Pat Metheny, Kenny Wheeler, etc. He has been tecahing in some of the most important jazz schools in Spain: Taller de Músics, Musikene, ESMUC, etc, and has been doing workshops all around the world

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Celso Vernon

Guitarist and teacher was born in Valencia (Spain). As a performer, Celso has played virtually every style of music professionally.

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Carmen Nikol

JAZZ VOCALIST PIONEER “...Carmen Nikol’s done nothing less than invent Spanish vocalese” CARMEN NIKOL is already considered by critics to be a jazz singer of innovative status. Nikol, known for being the creator of vocalese (the art of putting lyrics to established instrumental music) in the Spanish language, “...could have fallen back on the typical melodies of the day, but instead has opted for the discipline of jazz, she’s taken melodies that were based on improvisation, and has added lyrics to these more or less known instrumental solos. Carmen Nikol’s done nothing less than invent Spanish vocalese” (Juanma Játiva author of the book “Billie Holiday”)

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Al Di Meola Receives Honorary Doctorate At Berklee's Campus In Valencia, Spain

Al Di Meola Receives Honorary Doctorate At Berklee's Campus In Valencia, Spain

Berklee Provost Larry Simpson presented an honorary doctor of music degree on July 9 to legendary jazz, fusion, and world music guitarist, composer, bandleader, and producer Al Di Meola during the commencement ceremony for the master’s degree programs at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. Di Meola also performed as a special guest at the commencement concert ...

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Naima: Bye

Read "Bye" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This Spanish piano trio's moniker is seemingly derived from John Coltrane's classic ballad “Naima," included on the seminal album Giant Steps (Atlantic, 1960). Nonetheless, they don't abide by conventional mainstream jazz nomenclatures. Even though the artists' engage in jazzy improvisational movements, their core methodology is not about bop or swing, and is more closely aligned with ...


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