Friday 11 – 22:30hWhere: Summer Cinema (Palacio de las Pilas)
Poema para una nube rosa y tres elefantes mudosErnesto Aurignac, alto saxo and composer
Pablo Valero, flute
Julia Candamil, clarinet
Andrea Villalba, cello
Moisés Sánchez, piano
Nestor Pamblanco, percussions and vibraphone
For the very first time, Ernesto Aurignac plays his new work at JAZZAHARA. In 2014, when he records his first disc, called “UNO” (Mosquito Records), Aurignac found his sound in his own compositions. Since then, he has not stopped writting and launching Works for big and not so big orchestras and ensembles such as “Annunakis”, “Música para un pez descalzo”, “Plutón”, “Kuva”, “Pablo Picasso’s lovers suite”, “E. Aurignac Strings Ensemble” and more besides.
On this occassion, he will be presenting the world premier of his work “Poema para una nube rosa y tres elefantes mudos”; He has been supported by 5 of the most powerful musicians of the Jazz and classical music scene, among these, the brilliant pianist Moisés P. Sánchez. It is not easy to catalogue the work: the main roots are Jazz and improvisation . Aurignac moves between impresionism, expressionism, the romantic lyricism , contemporary music, latin rythms, Jazz and classical musical. Besides writing the music , Aurignac is an important part of the band as improviser soloist.
Saturday 12 – 13hWhere: Calle Doctores Sánchez R. – C/Jara (outdoor setting)
Chiqui Cienfuegos, piano
Juan Miguel Guzmán, the bass and double bass
Guillermo Mc Gill, drums, percussion
The pianist from Sevilla Chiqui Cienfuegos features his original Works for piano, doublé bass and drums trio . His music combines flamenco and Jazz.
The trios of Bill Evans, Chick Corea, Brad Mehldau… and the spanish pianists Chano Domínguez, David Peña Dorantes are the greatest references to Chiqui Cienfuegos joined to the great masters of flamenco guitar: Paco de Lucía, Manolo Sanlúcar, Rafael Riqueni, Vicente Amigo…
His repertoire is composed of Soleares, Tanguillos, Bulerías, Tangos, etc. All of them in a very personal way. It is a modern and an oldie music which joins traditions and modernity. Fusion music, flamenco and “world music”.
Chiqui Cienfuegos Trío presents an original and elegant show where andalusian music opens to new sounds looking for its new path.
Saturday 12 – 22:30hOpen-air cinema
Alto Saxophones: Pedro Cortejosa y Xema Espinosa
Tenor saxophones: Javier Ortí Leandro Perpiñán
Baritone Saxophone: Ignacio Guarrochena
Trumpets: Joseba Robles, Lipi Calvo, Alejandra Artiel, Francisco J. Ruiz PérezTrombones: Miguel Barrones, A. M. R. Mauro, Jose V. Ortega, Daniel RodríguezPiano: Miguel López
Double bass: Javier Delgado
Drums: Nacho MeginaDirector: Miguel López
With the presentation of the record “Suite Trafalgar” (Javier Galiana), the “Andalucía Big Band” has confirmed its role as a vehicle to help to the composition of Jazz Bands thanks to the work that every member of the band is currently developping. It is a normal situation where it has joined so many talented artists that are consolidating their position in the national scene. These Works show how close he flamenco and other andalusian artistic creatians are. Performers present a mixed repertoire of improvised musics.
For JAZZAHARA it has been chosen two of the most relevant pieces of the “Suite …” with others musical scores with Galiana’s music, Chano Domínguez and Pedro Cortejosa among others, and the Band conductor, Miguel López, who will direct from the piano. It will be the premiere of some of these scores as a part of the commitment of presenting new own Works.
Sunday 13 – 13: 30h pmPlace: Open-air cinema (Palacio de Pilas)
Artistic director and conductor, Jose Manuel Leal
CAMM Wind Symphony Orchestra
AJM BIG BAND
CAMM Teachers Quintet
The CAMM The Center for Modern Arts and Music of Malaga, a pioneer and unique institution in Andalusia, not only trains more than 350 students every year but also consolidates itself as one of the most active entities at the musical and cultural level of Andalucía.
Also, a specialized team formed by professional musicians, teachers, managers and producers who work together, offer from CAMM maximum excellence in all their productions. In 2018, he created A trip to Jazz and presented it at the Cervantes Theater inaugurating the 32nd International Jazz Festival of Malaga, with a resounding reception success.
A trip to Jazz is a family concert. A musical journey where voice and music take us through the different soundscapes and times of jazz, one of the most powerful and influential music of the twentieth century: Gospel Choir, Marching Band, Jazz Big Band, Symphony Orchestra, Swing Dancers, Children’s Choir, Jazz Quintet and Singers are the protagonists of this great story.
Conciertos por las esquinasThrsday 10thGuitar: Juan Oliveira
Young and brilliant saxophoniste, since he was a child he has been studying with Professor Pedro Cortejosa. despite his youth, he is a promising young jazz musician in Spain. He has recently presented, at 54 Heineken, “Jazzaldia” Juan José Cabillas with Strings with the Camerata Heisemberg (a shortlist orchestra conduted by Leonardo Moyano). It is based on the Charlie Parker with Strings arragement and other ones of the quartet made up of Juan José Cabillas, Josep Pou, Pupy Domínguez and Brais Lorenzo.
Jambá is a band which joins trumpets, saxophones, trombones, tuba and percussions to brighten the city streets, the events, the parades and all kind of meetings using a very well selected repertoire with internacionally known themes together with their own compositions.
This Project has been created and conducted by Javier Bermúdez who is also a part of this Band as performer, composer and arranger. The “Brassband” was born on the need of having an “orchestral pasacalle” in Cadiz as there is not anything like them in the whole province. Inspired by the legendary New Orleans «marching bands» they play other music styles as the afrobeat, funk, soul, latin, rock and even flamenco. All of them with very brilliant and sophisticated arrangements.
Conciertos por las esquinasFriday 11
Carlos Villoslada (Cádiz, 1998) began his musical studies of percussion
at the Manuel de Falla conservatory at ten years of age, but it would end
focusing on the battery, studying self-taught. In 2014, course
at the School of Modern and Jazz Music of the University of Cádiz.In 2016 he moved to Malaga to study jazz at the Center for Arts and Music
Maestro Puyana with the drums Sergio Díaz and Juanma Nieto and the musicians
Jose Carra and Quim Ramos.
He has played with important musicians of the national jazz scene like
Javier Galiana, Alejandro Tamayo or Alicia Tamariz, in addition to having
attended numerous seminars where he has received classes of musicians from the
Size of Ralph Moore, Bruce Barth, Ramón Prats, Guillermo McGill or Aron
Conciertos por las esquinasSaturday 12th
Ricci & Pobre are Martina Mollo (piano and voice) and Carlos Moratalla (guitar and voice), both born on September 16, both virgins, in the horoscopic sense of the word, both in the full exercise of their mental faculties.
From Malaga to Naples they invite us to a musical journey in time and space, a melting pot of beautiful arrangements, reinterpretations and compositions of a new wedge.
Noelia Sakura and Fran Malpica (graduated at the Music High School of Granada, specializing in classic piano and in musicology by the University of Granada) study at the CAMM ‘Maestros Puyana’. They have participated in the 2nd Price of the “Portón del Jazz Contest” with “Blanca Barranco Band” and they have beEn the winners in 2018 and winners with “Oliva Jazz” (Jaén).