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Catalan Sounds | Alba Careta Group (CAT)
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Catalan Sounds | Alba Careta Group (CAT)

Alades is an assorted blend of the last compositions of the trumpetist from Avinyó, which are inspired by the experience she had during her years in the Netherlands. As a result, Alades is a vivid representation of all those moments, shaped by the language of the most honest, organic and emotional jazz.

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Last event date: Thursday, October 13 2022 8:00PM

Catalan Sounds | Alba Careta Group (CAT)

Featuring:
Alba Careta - trumpet, voice
Lucas Martínez - tenor saxophone
Roger Santacana - piano
Giuseppe Campisi - double bass
Josep Cordobés - drums

Awarded the Enderrock Prize to the Best Jazz Album of 2018 with Orígens, trumpetist Alba Careta presents her second production: Alades. After completing the Jazz Trumpet Master at Conservatorium van Amsterdam, the leader of Alba Careta Group is back with her energetic, groundbreaking and heartwarming project, accompanied by the most renowned musicians from the Catalan jazz scene.

Alba Careta had a long trajectory through venues and festivals like: Jazzaldia, Mercat de Musica Viva de Vic, Festival de Jazz del Palacio Real (Madrid), Bimhuis (Amsterdam), Summertime Festival (The Hague), JazzMadrid 21, Festival de Jazz d'Eivïssa, Jamboree Jazz Club (Barcelona), La Bóveda (Zaragoza), La Nova Jazz Cava (Terrassa), Festival de Jazz del Soberao (Sevilla), Nits d’estiu a la Pedrera (Barcelona), Teatre Kursaal (Manresa), Sunset Jazz Club (Girona), among others, and also she was also on the program AIE en Ruta de Jazz where she was presenting Alades in Madrid, Lugo, Avilés, Ibiza, Cuenca, and other cities.

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The Modern Art Orchestra will play its ‘Sacred Music’ program at the Holiday season’s event of the ensemble. It’s the first time that this repertoire will be performed in the concert hall of Budapest Music Center, which was originally aimed at sacred venues: churches and chapels.

It is not music history but music itself that will be at the heart of the discussion, and of the whole evening.

This concert will also feature a selection of songs specially chosen for the occasion, linked to Christmas.

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