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Created by its director, José Miguel Sambartolomé, this ensemble has only been around for about six years. Despite such a young age – and the youth of its members-, it has already performed for very different institutions of the highest level of education. For example, they have performed for the Education Inspectorate of the Territorial Area of Madrid, the General Directorate of Education and Science, and the Presidency of the Autonomous Community of Madrid. Also, when a festival for big bands was organised in Torrejón de Ardoz, the ensemble had the opportunity to collaborate with other groups from that town and from the Alfonso X El Sabio University.
The Arturo Soria Big Band has also appeared in the Teatros del Canal, and for several consecutive years it has performed at the National Music Auditorium, where it has always received the unanimous applause of the audience. Another revealing fact is that it has played for several years now in the Bogui Jazz club in Madrid, and lastly, it is interesting to mention a concert broadcasted by Telemadrid, performed in the Chamartín Station.
The Big Band is made up of students and alumni of the Professional Conservatory of Arturo Soria and on many occasions it has been able to call on the collaboration of leading figures from the world of Jazz. It returns for its third year at JAZZMADRID.
Director: José Miguel Sambartolomé Cortés.
Vocals: Carolina Fontecha.
Trumpets: Raúl Gil, Benito Fernández Porto, Pablo Nicolás Rojo Anguita, Pablo Ortiz de las Heras, John Fary Medina, Carlos Blanco Noriega.
Solo trumpets: Christian Franco Brines, Killian Garrido Gómez, Pablo Nicolás Rojo Anguita, Manuel Prior Jodar.
Trombones: Daniel Valero Casado, Karla Garrido Gómez, Jorge Altares Campeño, Jesús Alberto Manzano Bueno.
Euphonium: José Alberto García.
Saxophones: Samuel Fuentes Fernández, Borja Alejo Pérez, Laura Palomo, Nadia Recio Reyes.
Baritone saxophone: Marta Montero Blanco.
Drums and percussion: Guillermo del Valle Reboul.
Keyboards and piano: Carlos Montalvo.
Double bass: Mikel Ureña.
Electric guitar: Xeray García.