|Date:||November 10, 2021 19:30|
|Address:||151 ave C New York United States|
From Caracas to Tucumán, two virtuoso guitarist-led ensembles stretch the limits of their Latin roots into singular expressions of jazz, improvisation and original songwriting.
Dario Acosta Teich Quintet
Dario (guitar and vocals)
Pablo Aslan (bass)
Franco Pinna (drums)
Julio Botti (sax)
Leo Genovese (piano)
Eleanor Dubinsky (vocals) and Zach Brock (violin)
Juancho (guitar and vocals)
Franco Pinna (drums)
Manu Koch (keys)
Bam Rodríguez (bass)
Sofia Tosello and Nikolett Pankovits (vocals)
Dario Acosta Teich
Guitarist/arranger/composer Dario Acosta Teich introduces audiences to unorthodox ways of playing traditional genres from the north of Argentina. His sound fuses masterful guitar technique and folk music with jazz and avant-garde improvisation. Selected by Argentina’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to celebrate the 100th birthday of Astor Piazzolla worldwide with his version of Libertango, this “running away from his comfort zone” artist makes his Nublu debut with a stellar quintet of world-class players. Check out Dario’s new pandemic-born releases including Alien, his third solo guitar album, and Latin American Versions, a twenty-one video series of original arrangements of classic tunes, recorded as remote duets and trios with some of the most active and reputable Latin American musicians working today.
Latin Grammy nominee producer, singer-songwriter and guitarist, Juancho Herrera is part of a wave of Latin American musicians who’ve transformed the New York music scene in recent decades. With four albums under his name, he’s carved out a singular path with a highly personal synthesis of jazz and South American sounds. Herrera has been an essential collaborator with some of the era’s definitive voices in jazz and world music, such as Claudia Acuña, Marta Gomez, Lila Downs, and Sofia Rei, and has performed and recorded with artists such as Mercedes Sosa, The Chieftains, Branford Marsalis, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Arturo O’Farrill and Idan Raichel.