los clubes de jazz son un fenómeno mundial. Quedándose en unos de los paises anglosajones, en mi caso fue Escocia, en Edimburgo, descubrí un club de jazz que de verdad refleja la atmósfera relajada y comoda bajo la cual se puede disfrutar del mensaje de jazz: libertad e inclusión del público.
I am not good in commemorating passed away stars. However, I take it as an opportunity to write about the speciality of Juan Carmona’s guitar play and his importance to flamenco.
I belong to people who stop when passing by an advertisement window with an interesting announcement of a concert. Looking at the watch it would start in 30 minutes and contain pieces, I would only learn about on CDs.
Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando) in Madrid and the piano recital of Mario Prisuelos offered me such an unforgettable experience and chance of listening pieces by Joaquin Turina, Federico Moreno Torroba, Tomás Marco and many more.
I had the greatest pleasure to be in the auditorium, when Dino Saluzzi and his family members performed in Munich’s Prinzregenten theatre. When describing to friends that I am going to a mere tango concert, I was partly wrong. The music I’ve heard does not stop my creative mind from reflecting on this afternoon.
Camila Meza Quartet at BMW World in Munich, 2/8/2015
Camila Meza inspired on this cold Sunday morning the audience of BMW World with a variety of jazz compositions. Physically resembling somehow Frida Kahlo (very black hair, but white skin), the guitarist and singer incorporated in a smooth way popular songs of her home country, Chile, within a jazz texture.