By Laman Ismayilova
Los Aurora and Max Villavecchia have delighted the audience with
incendiary music and dances, Azernews reports.
The musicians performed at the first Baku International Piano
Festival held with the support of the Culture Ministry. The host of
the evening was Tofig Hasansoy.
Los Aurora is a flamenco-jazz band that is revolutionizing the
national and international music scene with a daring and personal
proposal. A breath of fresh air in flamenco, a genre that has lost
its fear of fusing with other aesthetics.
The pianist Max Villaveccia together with cantaor (flamenco
singer) Pere Martínez, Javi Garrabella on bass, and Joan Carles
Mari on drums, accompanied by Pol Jiménez and Miranda Alfonso on
dance, have embarked on a musical adventure running through the
most popular flamenco songs that surpass the most traditional
sonorities to become impregnated with other genres.
Their sound starts from flamenco and moves towards jazz, the two
styles that make up the DNA of this young group, moving away from
the more classical sonority of the compositions on which it is
Founded by the Honored Artist Shahin Novrasli, the first Baku
International Piano Festival will run until May 27.
Photo and video credits: Kamran Baghirov
For more information, please visit the festival's website .
Tickets are available here .
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