Possessing an enormous talent and a remarkably fertile musical imagination, Moira Lo Bianco is a bona fide triple threat as a composer, arranger, and pianist. Mature beyond her young years, she has an intense personal musical vision and all of the tools to consistently bring it to life. Her ability to transcend genre and category is organic and seemingly effortless.
Award-winning composer Omar Thomas, a faculty member in Berklee's Harmony Department, leads an 18-piece band showcasing some of Boston's finest young jazz players. The Omar Thomas Large Ensemble also features several Berklee faculty members. The group's repertoire includes Thomas's original compositions and arrangements.
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$8 in advance (discount applied at checkout), $12 day of show, general admission
Born in Madrid, Ariadna Castellanos began playing the piano at 6 years and at 17 won a full scholarship to Guildhall School of Music where she studied classical piano. But she was always close to flamenco music and when she returned to Spain, she worked with numerous flamenco artists such as: Niño Josele, Jorge Pardo, Agustín Carbonell "El Bola," and Javier Limón.
Last year, she led the honorary tribute to Paco de Lucía. She has also been touring through the big stages of America and Europe with her Middle Eastern flamenco quintet.
She has recorded for Alejandro Sanz, Sandra Carrasco, and José Mercé, and in the spring she will start her tour with other young rising flamenco talents from Spain.
She just recorded her first album with acclaimed producer Javier Limón.