Published on June 13th, 2014 | by mundohr0
12 hours of non-stop jazz on 19/06 in Santiago
The seventh edition of the 1906 Jazz Season will finish on 19 June and it will be celebrated with everyone by paying homage to the Día de la Música (Music Day) with an open air Jazz marathon open to the public in the emblematic Plaza de la Quintana in Santiago de Compostela.
Our beer 1906 has put forward the idea to eight well-known jazz formations of leaving the traditional jazz clubs to take part in the 19/06 event – 12 hours of non-stop music in the street. The proximity and interaction with the public are the key elements which have made such a success in the last few years of this event in which citizens and tourists have been surprised by great talents on the street.
On this occasion, the music will begin at midday in the Plaza de la Quintana and will continue until midnight. The protagonists will be eight formations of the size of Ton Risco Trío, Machín Not Workin’ Properly, Rafa Hernández Trío, Alberto Vilas Quintet, Ángeles Dorrío, 2M14, Alejandro Vargas Trío and the Pablo Castaño Quartet.
The jazz marathon in Santiago de Compostela is the grand finale of this edition of the 1906 Jazz Season (Ciclo 1906 de Jazz) during which fans of this genre have been able to enjoy 50 concerts in 12 places and 16 stages throughout the country in the last three months.
Names such as Brad Mehldau, Kenny Garrett, Avishai Cohen, Atomic, Diego Amador and Llibert Fortuny, Jerry González, and Sumrrá, among many others have played on the stages of some of the most representative clubs in the country, making this Season an unmissable date for jazz lovers in Spain.
The 1906 Jazz Season (Ciclo 1906 de Jazz) has always been characterised for setting jazz in its natural environment, jazz clubs, where the 1906 small great moments that the brand boasts can be fully enjoyed.
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