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gigi

JAZZ FESTIVAL
« on: June 08, 2007 »
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  • Inhabitants of Santiago de Teide have an appointment with Jazz for yet another year running.

    This time we're going to take advantage of the beautiful setting of the Puerto de Santiago public square.

    Lovers of Jazz, swing and big bands -  the "new" musical styles, will be witnesses to the best improvisations and ensembles directed by professionals to be heard throughout the length and breadth of the island.

    We will also be treated to performances from local musicians who are the "spice" that will be added to the overall flavour of this festival.

    Why not take this opportunity to enjoy another year of  "CULTURA CON CLAVE" . 

    Organised by the Ayuntamiento de  la Villa Hist'f3rica de Santiago del Teide. Department of culture.

    Aided by IDECO ( Gesti'f3n Insular para el Deporte, la Cultura y el Ocio del Excmo. Cabildo Insular de Tenerife)

    Thursday 14  JUNE                    20:00H.

    JUGLAR TEATRO presents TROVA FEELING

    ( Acustic trio who play around with bolero themes and melodies. The work is an original one).


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    LOC -  JAZZ


    A group who interpret jazz standards, blues, swing, latin... young local musicians, directed by professionas from the Tenerife Jazz scene


    Trumpets: David K. Williams, Jonay Cuadrado Hern'e1ndez.

    Tuba: Richard

    Trombones: Humberto Forte Rodr'edguez, Miguel Angel Rodr'edguez

    Sax: Tom'e1s I. Garc'eda P'e9rez

    Drums Iv'e1n Bargas.

    Guitar: Jonay Mart'edn Santos.

    Base: Omar Forte Rodr'edguez

    Vocals: Tatjana Janitzky



    FRIDAY 15  JUNE                  21:30H.

    BIG endash  BAND AM ( ARCHIPI'c9LAGO MUSICONESIO)

    Trumpets: Juan D'edaz, Fran Gonz'e1lez, Natanael Ramos, Eddie D'edaz

    Trombones: Santi Gonz'e1lez, Cristo Delgado, Efrain, Adams P'e9rez.

            Saxes: Kike Perdomo, Sergio Garc'eda, Javier Cascajo, Fran Gonz'e1lez, Marcos P'e9rez.

    Drums: Jos'e9 Miguel M'e9ndez ldblquote Churchidblquote

    Base: Jos'e9 Carlos Machado

    Piano: Eduardo Rojo. Guitar: Manolo Rodr'edguez


    IV'c1N  ROJAS  QUARTET

    A GUITAR player who is able to cover styles from smooth melodies like those by Jim Hall, to the raw music of Scott Henderson. He credits many influences on his work, Wes Montgomery, John Scofield, Kurt Rosenwinkel y pianists like Bill Evans or Brad Mehldau.

    ghod

    Re: JAZZ FESTIVAL
    « Reply #1 on: June 12, 2007 »
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  • Wrong again gigi think you will find it starts on friday :D :D :D

    sebastian

    Re: JAZZ FESTIVAL
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  • Be careful now GHOD you dont want to upset the apple cart!!!!!!

    gigi

    Re: JAZZ FESTIVAL
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  • That was the press release that came from Santiago town hall, but if dates  have changed please do put up corrected dates if you know then
    x
    GiGi

    sebastian

    Re: JAZZ FESTIVAL
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  • told you watch yourself now GHOD   IGIG has spoken

    desperate dan

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  • But it was you who posted it gigi. Do you believe everything you read gigi.

    ghod

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  • I once read there was a double decker bus found on the moon but i wasnt stupid enough to put it on a forum :P :P :P

    gigi

    Re: JAZZ FESTIVAL
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  • But it was you who posted it gigi. Do you believe everything you read gigi.

    Yes I did post it and I also just accepted the possibility that I had been sent duff info, but instead of posting corrected info so that people could actually enjoy the event all the "Trolls" chose to have another pop , its very sad
     -  if any one has seen a poster whatever with the correct info please do post the actual dates and names of bands/performers.
    Cheers GiGi