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FREE FLAMENCO TRIO – Inspiring concert at the Montreal Jazz festival


Three world class musicians David Peña Dorantes (piano), Renaud Garcia-Fons (contrabass) and Theodosii Spassov (kaval) - Free Flamenco trio, brought to as such an inspiring concert at the gorgeous hall “Maison symphonique de Montréal “ . They shared the beauty of the music with such great technical performance and emotional intensity! The vibrant and talented musician Nano Peña Dorantes (drums & percussion) was part of the group too.

The concert was part of the Montreal Jazz Festival – one of the world's largest jazz festivals. It welcomes around two million people, thousands of musicians from 30 countries. The festival hosts more than 600 concerts, most of them free.

In the News: Le flamenco libre, Le Devoir, Montreal Newspaper “David Peña Dorantes, Renaud Garcia-Fons et Théodosii Spassov : trois artistes de passion aux traditions différentes qui ont rencontré le flamenco d’une façon ou d’une autre. Dorantes, le pianiste andalou, marie le flamenco au jazz et à la musique classique. Garcia-Fons, le contrebassiste français, fait corps et âme avec la Méditerranée. Spassov, le flûtiste bulgare, a révolutionné le kaval. L’union créatrice de ces trois artistes d’exception donne le Free Flamenco Trio, le projet qu’ils offrent samedi à la Maison symphonique avec Nano Peña, percussionniste et quatrième mousquetaire.”

"..Artistic director, Menard and festival co-founder Alain Simard look for talent worldwide, resulting in such finds as the Free Flamenco Trio, made up of pianist David Pena Dorantes of Spain, French-Catalonian bass player Renaud Garcia-Fons and Bulgarian flautist Theodosii Spassov; Grammy Award-nominated, California- raised soul-jazz singer Gregory Porter; and alto-sax player Pierrick Pedron from Brittany." By Patrick Cole.

“Well underway and running through Saturday, the Montreal Jazz Festival isn’t just the largest such event in the world — it’s also among the most diverse. “Every other jazz festival is just a series of concerts,” says Mark Ruffin, the program director of Real Jazz on Sirius/XM in new York. “This is a real festival.”

So real that the 33rd annual gathering is attracting both familiar jazz greats and unexpected stars — like Liza Minnelli and James Taylor.”

NYdailynews.com    Edición    07/07/2012