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He doesn’t come back as frequently as the swallows Bécquer mentions in his poem, but pianist Moisés P. Sánchez is returning to JAZZMADRID. He’s coming to show us the colours, shapes and ideas with which he recently created the compositions he has included in the track list of his new album, “There is always madness”.
This album arrives after the edition of “Unbalanced”, nominated to the Latin Grammy as Best Instrumental Album. Although the last album was recorded with a large ensemble, “There is always madness”, the concert we will now enjoy presents a rather more honed-down version of its contents in a quintet formation. Moisés has been living a period of manifest inspiration for some years now, and in this his return to the festival, we can only hope that he will be on his best form.
The same great form that some fans glimpsed more than ten years ago when he released “Adam the Carpenter”, an album that was then followed by “Dedication”, “Ritual” and “Soliloquio”. In these records, Moisés was torn between Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett and Brad Mehldau, but when “Metamorfosis” came along in 2017, some repetitive musicians were added to this catalogue of influences.
That creative process is now brought to a close with “There is always madness”, continues to establish a certainty that is already filed away in our memory. When Moisés P. Sánchez takes the stage, we are still in the presence of a brilliant pianist and musician.
Components Moisés P. Sánchez: piano Toño Miguel: double bass Borja Barrueta: drums and lap-steel Cristina Mora: voice and keyboards Miron Rafajlovic: trumpet: guitar and percussion
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