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October 2019

Herbie Hancock

October 28 // 20:00
Auditorio Nacional, Príncipe de Vergara
146, Madrid 28002 Spain
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TICKETS Squeezing the life history of pianist Herbie Hancock into a note of this size is no easy task. By the time he was eleven he was already interpreting Mozart with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Ever since he was a teenager however, Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans have been his references. Coleman Hawkins, first of all, and then Lee Morgan and Donald Byrd were all stunned by his superb piano technique. Byrd even went so far as to open the…

Tribute to Bogui Jazz

October 30 // 20:00
Sala Galileo Galilei, c/ Galileo, 100
Madrid, Spain
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A temple of jazz that bids farewell On its progress to the respectability Scott Fitzgerald once talked about, jazz gained a foothold in theatres and auditoriums, until then exclusively reserved for classical music audiences. However, right from the outset and up to the present day, jazz has always preferred one particular type of venue, of small dimensions perhaps, but with vast and legendary depth: the club.   Beyond the hackneyed legend that couples jazz music with the noise of conversations…

November 2019

Nubya García

November 3 // 08:00 - 17:00
Centro Cultural Conde Duque – Auditorio, c/ Conde Duque, 9-11
Madrid, Spain
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A saxophonist and composer, Nubya García lives and works in London, where she has collaborated with many very different artists. Some of those who have benefited from her talent are producer Congo Natty, Melt Yourself Down or Polar Bear. The artist has also just played the clarinet On Moses Boyd’s most recent album.

Marc Ribot Quartet

November 4 // 08:00 - 20:30
Sala Clamores, c/ Alburquerque, 14
Madrid, Madrid 28010 Spain
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Guitarist Marc Ribot was one of the revelations of the boisterous New York music scene in the 1980s. Now, three decades after he first emerged, this is still a musician you can rely on. Born in Newark, New Jersey, 65 years ago, his musical apprenticeship began with Haitian composer and performer Frantz Casseus, until he moved to New York in 1978.

Jazz in the media

November 5 // 17:30
CentroCentro – Sala Berlanga, Plaza de Cibeles, 1
Madrid, Spain
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Research into the importance of the media shows that as far as the music industry is concerned, both private and public media are essential. Without them, it would be quite impossible to carry out the tasks of dissemination, promotion and general awareness that music requires.

Lizz Wright

November 5 // 19:30
Sala Clamores, c/ Alburquerque, 14
Madrid, Madrid 28010 Spain
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TICKETS Her origins are in the musical circuits of Macon, USA, and she knows that if you want to find the ideal place for all manner of transgressions, then there’s no frontier like jazz. Daughter of a Baptist minister and a church singer, Lizz Wright started her career by setting up a vocal trio with her two brothers. She made a name for herself in 2002 during a couple of Billie Holiday tribute concerts, and a year later she signed…

Songs from the Cold Seas (remembering Zazou)

November 6 // 17:30
CentroCentro – Sala Berlanga, Plaza de Cibeles, 1
Madrid, Spain
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Just by their very name, the Caspian Sea, the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea or the North Sea seem to evoke scarcely explored landscapes.

Charles Tolliver presenting Paper Man @ 50

November 6 // 19:00
CentroCentro – Auditorio Caja de Música, Plaza de Cibeles, 1
Madrid, Spain
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Decades ago, this post-bopper trumpet player performed regularly on our stages. It has been a while, however, since his last visit, so his visit to JAZZMADRID is cause for a double celebration. Charles Tolliver is a musician with agile and free phrasing, whose deep knowledge of the history of jazz allows him to shine in improvisations in which balance and a spirit of renewal prevail.

Camille Bertault

November 6 // 21:00
Sala Galileo Galilei, c/ Galileo, 100
Madrid, Spain
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TICKETS In the beginning it was just the French press but, more recently, the press in other countries have also been describing Ms. Bertault as one of Europe’s most promising singers in the tempestuous world of jazz vocalists. Also, the composer of some of the songs she performs, Camille Bertault’s appearances in and on a number of events and stages surprised audiences in Spain last year, and now the time has come for her to take Madrid by storm. The…

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