Reimagining Panama's Musical and Cultural Narratives of Jazz: Panamanian Suite narrates the complex relationship between Panama and the United States by tracing the paths of their music, tracking the development of jazz in Panama from the mid-nineteenth century to the modern day through three movements: pre-jazz, jazz, and global jazz.
The program includes original arrangements of world music inspired by works from artists and composers such as Lole y Manuel, Andrés Soto, and Astor Piazzolla. It is a journey through the music of Andalusian, Hebrew, Peruvian, Arabic, Paraguayan, and Argentinian folklore.
Tickets will be required to access the venue. Price: 5 euros