Living legend of Cuban music and a technical saxophone and clarinet that has seduced audiences around the world Paquito D'Rivera Aviles arrived today to play in the Niemeyer Center. The concert to be held in the auditorium at 21 hours and the still no tickets, is one of the more substantial bets that cultural complex faces this spring. The musician act supported by the Brazilian group Trio Corrente.
With over thirty albums as a soloist, the Paquito D'Rivera Discography feeds primarily on jazz and America, having created his own style as fusing Cuban rhythms montuno danzón or structures of the samba, bossanova and other genres of Brazilian popular music. This does not detract from their contributions to classical music have also achieved the congratulations critics and the public, and that his name has been registered with lyrics gold in the history of American music in the last forty years
The concert will offer to have an impact Trio Corrente mented especially in Latin fusion, bridging sonorous rate shocks between Sao Paulo and New Jersey. And is that D'Rivera is horse settled in this city and New York for right now three decades, when he was exiled from Cuba, a fact that saxophonist has always defined as "a painful experience, but necessary. "
For its part, is composed Trio Corrente Edu Ribeiro on percussion, and pianist Fabio Torres Paulo Paulelli the bass. Musicians backed by a prolific career in instrumental his country, has focused his musical discourse to investigate the Brazilian popular music (MPB), deepening the connections to the jazz and the formal structures of classical music.
And as incentive for performance today, the Festival Tensamba, promoter of the event, four flights a notary raffle Doubles from Madrid to anywhere in Brazil. The procedure consist of concert-goers who fill out a coupon and deposited in the ballot box prepared for that purpose. After the Festival, held between Avilés, Madrid and Canary Islands, Tensamba publish the names of the winners on their website.