Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s Quartet
“Tribute to Charlie Haden”
March 11-14, 19 2017
We are a pleased to announce Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s Quartet “Tribute to Charlie Haden”
The repertoire of the tour will consist of iconic pieces of Charlie Haden, a key figure of the modern jazz, who passed away recently. Pieces like First Song, Bay City, Silence, Sandino, Passionaria and others that were of his preference as Blue in Green (Bill Evans), Hermitage (Pat Metheny) and Transparence by Gonzalo Rubalcaba.
This album has a thriving group of young musicians from New York, who are representatives of the new trends of the jazz language.
“The way Charlie went about opening the path for me, made all the difference. We had each other’s confidence. Charlie was my friend and I for such reason a privileged. Spending so much time with him, I learned not only about music, but also about love, for the music and for our families, and for each other.
Eternal blessing for him” – Gonzalo Rubalcaba
GONZALO RUBALCABA PIANO SOLO May 15-20 2017
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