The saxophonist Kike Perdomo has performed internationally with musicians such as Bill Evans,Richard Bona,Chuck Loeb,Eric Marienthal,Jorge Pardo,etc.
Abukaka's programme is based in absurd sketchs and political satires involved in delirious surrealism and the use of verse
Adex Alonso has participated since 2012 in the World Dance Day, as well in the charity shows "One kilo Dance".
Ángeles Padilla has contributed to the development of the contemporary Dance in Central America and Africa.
Camerata Lacunensis' versatility permits them to tackle both sacred and popular music repertoires from the sixteenth century up to the present day.
José Herrero is invited to give workshops in Spain, also serving as a member of national and international juries at different choral competitions.
The Curbelo Duet is specialized in Spanish music, the traditional repertoire for the piano duo, as well as the works of current composers.
The GC Philharmonic was the only spanish orchestra participating in the virtual project "One World One Family" to an audience of 200 million people.
Ignacio García-Vidal is an orchestra conductor and musicologist with a deep academic and humanist training.
The pianist Iván Martín is today recognized by critics and the public as one of the brightest musicians of his generation, inside and outside borders.
Karel Mark Chichon is part of the exclusive core of conductores who visit the New York Metropolitan Opera. In 2022 he will conduct Rigoletto.
ST Fusion is a research project on Japanese music, from its beginnings to the present, fusing folk and jazz.
The drummer Akior García has performed together with Stanley Clarke, Antonio Sánchez, Paul Jackson, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Bill Frisell, Steve Swallow,etc.
Miguel Manescau is the Creative Director of the sociocultural association Mousikê, one of the most important didactic proposals of Spain.
Satomi Morimoto, graduated from the Tokyo University of Arts and Music, Master in Early Music and Vocal Training from the Guildhall School in London.
Tomás L-P Cruz, upon finishing his Master in orchestral training he moved to Tokyo, where he spent a year studying traditional Japanese music.
The conductor Ton Koopman has long been an advocate of the music of Bach's predecessor Dieterich Buxtehude.
The canarian percussionist Francisco Navarro carries out multidisciplinary, educational and pedagogical projects.
The dancer, choreographer and teacher Daniel Morales is a dancer with Cocoon Dance Company(Germany),Cía.Nómada(Tfe)and Colectivo Lamajara (Barcelona).
Hensel Trio ( Esther Ropón, Irina Peña and Johanna Kegel) presents a concert repertoire by female composers from ancient times and nowadays.
Althay Paez, from Fuerteventura, plays the timple combining tradition with a spirit of contemporaneity that makes it unique and extraordinary.
Kino Ait Idrissen began to play the guitar with his father. He was early impregnated with the musical environments of the Amazigh tradition.
Chano Domínguez has been acclaimed internationally, achieving an unusual integration between the rhythms and languages of jazz and flamenco.
The argelian drummer Karim Ziad mixes polyrhythmics with african songs (Ifrikia), Gnawa music, jazz, funk, arabic melodies...
The indian percussionist Nantha Kumar became involved over time with other forms of music such as jazz, African music, Latin and world music.
Jazz guitarist Nico Martín decides to investigate and develop the language of Jazz, seeking to nourish himself with new concepts.
Pierre Bonnet, whose father was drummer and his mother, singer, took his first steps in music and chose the bass that became his greatest passion.
Sinfónica de Tenerife performs more than seventy performances a year in collaboration with a whole social and cultural framework
La versatilidad interpretativa de Camerata Lacunensis le permite abordar repertorios sacros y populares desde el siglo XVI hasta nuestros días.
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