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Musicians in town
14 November 2011

Richard Galliano


Richard Galliano is the most famous accordionist: a living legend of the global jazz scene. The criticism and the international audience, recognize him as the direct descendant of the great Astor Piazzolla and worthy successor to this tradition.

 

“In a jazz combo, nothing is more important than the interaction among the musicians, and this is especially true with Lloyd.” The Boston Globe

07 November 2011

Chucho Valdes


A giant of Afro-Cuban jazz piano, a winner of eight Grammy awards, Chucho Valdes is revered as one of Cuba's greatest jazz pianists.

29 October 2011

Karrin Allyson


"singer with a feline touch and impeccable intonation." New York Times

01 September 2011

Laurent Maur


“... Believe me: here is a young man who is on his way to becoming one of the major jazz harmonica players of the coming years”. From jazz corner — March 2003


With his trio he represented Portugal in the 1st European Jazz Festival in Athens, 2001. He comes back this year, after 10 year.
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