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Feldman Geospatial Presents Gonzalo Grau + Plural

Presented by Feldman Geospatial at Long Live Roxbury, Boston

July 18, 2024

Gonzalo Grau, piano & vocals
Alex Alvear, bass & vocals
Jesse "Timbalon" Perez, timbales
Ernesto Díaz, percussion
Kristalis Sotomayor, flute & vocals
Special Guests

Ingredients:

3 packed tablespoons of J.S. Bach, 1 1/2 cups of Fania, 1 whole packet of Camarón and Paco de Lucía, a pinch of Guaco, 1 large bag of choral music, 3 whole sticks of Venezuelan folklore, 10 pounds of Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra (a.k.a. "el sistema"), 1 infusion of Maroa and Banda Sigilosa, 1 3/4 teaspoons...

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Gonzalo Grau, piano & vocals
Alex Alvear, bass & vocals
Jesse "Timbalon" Perez, timbales
Ernesto Díaz, percussion
Kristalis Sotomayor, flute & vocals
Special Guests

Ingredients:

3 packed tablespoons of J.S. Bach, 1 1/2 cups of Fania, 1 whole packet of Camarón and Paco de Lucía, a pinch of Guaco, 1 large bag of choral music, 3 whole sticks of Venezuelan folklore, 10 pounds of Venezuela's National Youth Orchestra (a.k.a. "el sistema"), 1 infusion of Maroa and Banda Sigilosa, 1 3/4 teaspoons of early music, 8 drops of Chick Corea, 1/2 gallon of Timba Cubana, 1 cello, 1 Venezuelan cuatro, 1 piano, 1 viola da gamba, lots of percussion, a little bit of voice and a small box of "Grau-Palacios" DNA.

Gonzalo Grau began his musical studies at the age of three in Caracas. Along his musical journey he developed skills in many instruments, from the viola da gamba and the cello to the flamenco cajón and his principal instrument, the piano.

A Berklee Suma Cum Laude graduate, Gonzalo has established himself as a multi-instrumentalist and his varied credits include performances with Venezuelan music projects like Maroa, Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, Camerata de Caracas and the Simón Bolivar National Youth Orchestra, jazz icon Maria Schneider and the Latin jazz giant Timbalaye. As music director, he leads two projects of his own, "Plural" (Latin jazz-Flamenco-Venezuelan fusion) and "La Clave Secreta" (salsa fusion), nominated for the 2008 Grammys in the Best Tropical Album category. As a recording artist, Grau has participated in over eighty productions that bridge both classical and popular music worlds.

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Dates & times

Thu, Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm

Admission

Admission and parking are FREE!

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