sábado, 5 de septiembre de 2015

Snow Owl -Juan Garcia-Herreros- and Cia planted and mad with his Latin Jazz in Bansko Inter Jazz Fest (Bulgaria)

Bansko in Summer
Bansko Municipality, is a town southwestern Bulgaria, located in the most beautiful part of the magnificent Pirin Mountain, the Razlog Valley, the picturesque gorge of Momina Klisura of Mesta River and the Dubrashki part of the Rodopi Mountain.
Bansko is the main administrative and cultural-economic center of the municipality. It covers 49 621 hectares and encompasses the following: Bansko city, Dobrinishte and six villages: Mesta, Kremen, Obinim, Gostun, Philipovo and Osenovo. 
Bansko in sky
Bansko – a magical symbiosis of history, tradition and culture. With everything that one could find there – old architecture, heroic history, authentic folklore, centuries old culture, preserved traditions and customs, unique cuisine, incredible humor and rich vocabulary – the mountain revival town is a recognized symbol of what is Bulgarian.
We could say that in the Bansko Jazz is important in summer, while winter is the sky.

The passion for jazz exists in Bansko, both of which are inviting the Festival, year after year, top musicians around the world to augment its line up with performers of the region.

Acted vocalist Carmen Souza (Brazil), Reggae Jazz pianist Monty Alexander (Jamaica) and Latin Jazz Juan Garcia-Herreros, also known as Snow Owl, in the recent Bansko International Jazz Festival, held from 7 to 13 August this year in various scenarios, this stars these preceded by a substantial track record worldwide; and a good number of musicians looking into the troupe of the great musical level.

Throughout the week there were outstanding performances, but nice Festival organizers set the acting Snow Owl and his band for the closing day for the August 13, 2015.

Snow Owl
The organizers and the Musical Director of Bansko International Jazz Fest not mistaken, were and are right, they foreshadowed the overwhelming emotion that would involve the presentation of Snow Owl (Colombia), valuable composer, producer, bass high caliber nominated Grammy Awards, and beside the musical companion percussionist Roberto Quintero (Venezuela), won several Grammy, a band composed of talented musicians from Europe: Marko Churnchetz (Slovenia) keyboard, Stoyan Yankoulov (Bulgaria) drums, Marcio Tubino (Brazil) saxophone, Bertl Mayer (Austria) harmonica. There are seven missing one of our beloved "Ladies of Latin Jazz" with his cheerful Alejandra Maria violin (Colombia).

Before enjoying something "sabroson" and "rogue" we greet the population of Bansko, the authorities of the Municipality, the organizers of the festival, the means of social communication, to the sponsors for giving this contribution to culture and the arts. This is what humanity needs to be at peace.
I expect to be in the beautiful Bansko Jazz Caribe leading to the delight of all.

Now if you have the presentation here Snow Owl in the Stage "Nikola Vaptzarov" Square...gozalo:

¡¡Viva The Latin Jazz!!


Luis Raul Montell

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