Argentinean bassist and composer Tomas Latorre will present his first recital. He will be showcasing a new setup of his group, mixing music from Argentina, Uruguay, and Brazil, exploring rhythms such as chacarera, zamba, candombe, milonga, and samba. New sounds will be in the lead, such as harmonica, clarinet, and flute. The band will perform original music as well as arrangments of tunes by Peteco Carabajal, Daniel Maza, Jacob do Bandolim, and more.
A pithy amalgamation of all the best music in the world, squeezed in through Brogan Woodburn's ears and out through his guitar in a slew of original compositions. All pieces this Shostakovichian-Metal-Jazz power trio will perform are written by Woodburn, with the exception of one piece by Porcupine Tree.
Singer and composer Stefano Marchese and his quintet will perform his original compositions and some traditional songs from Abruzzo (Italy) in a "contaminated jazz" style. In his music, Stefano brings the influences of the Mediterranean music which, mixed with jazz forms and harmonies, creates an original sound. "Radici" ("roots" in Italian) is the title of one of his compositions and of his first album. Stefano mixes American music with Mediterranean music, but also combines different languages, such as dialect from Abruzzo, Italian, and English.