Huetor Vega will celebrate the seventh edition its Jazz Festival on Thursday. The Department of Culture will organize the event in Huerta Cercada at 10 p.m. Admission is free. Julian Sanchez (trumpet and flugelhorn), accordion, percussion and accordion) will perform on the stage along with the Cuarteto Tierra made up Eneko Alberdi, Juan Masana (double basse) and Rajiv Jayaweera, (drums).
Julian Sanchez hails from Huetor Vedra and was a member of the Municipal Music Band since the age of 8. This Huete musician, who is a trumpeter, accordionist and composer, was also the director of the "big band" and an educator.
Specialist critics consider him to be one of the most creative and prolific jazz musicians in Spain today. He has recorded and played with many great jazz musicians, including flamenco and Brazilian music, and his incessant musical dedication. Numerous awards have been presented to him. He has more than a dozen albums of his own composition and is active as a teacher in both big band direction and musical improvisation.
This will be his first concert in his hometown and he will perform a unique repertoire that is rooted in earthly music. He has accumulated many cultural experiences while living in various parts of the globe, including Brazil, Cadiz (New York), South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa, South Africa and Brazil. This Earth Quartet will be accompanied by three excellent musicians who have extensive roots music experience.