Saturday, September 28, 2013

Sunday, October 20th

Jazz Lunch in Limon y Chelo  

percussionist extraordinaire, 
and the legendary
TONI CUENCA  double bass

This Sunday we have a very special jazz duo. Armando Lorente is one of the most committed Spanish artists working with percussion instruments today.  Solo-percussionist for the Balearic Symphony Orchestra, he is also a composer, author and professor of percussion at the Palma conservatory. This Sunday he brings his vibraphone, a musical instrument that belongs to the family of the "Laminophones"  invented by Herman Winterhoff in 1916.

Toni Cuenca, whose name is synonymous with the best jazz on the island,  is also an arranger, composer, teacher and orchestra director. The Toni Cuenca / Armando Lorente Duo have been playing together for over 10 years before audiences at home and abroad. Their music ranges from classical through jazz and avant-garde experimentation and contemporary music. 

"On this occasion we're presenting what we call MINIMAL RHYTHM JAZZ. It's inspired by the idea of an intimate sound-space, in which rhythm and subtle melodies, through improvisation, create a feeling somewhat different from other musical approaches of the traditional music scene." 

Limón y Chelo opens at 1 p.m. - live music from 2 p.m. - FREE ENTRY

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