Samba, salsa, bossa nova, jazz ... a red-hot concert for a good cause!
On March 28, come and experience the Latin American beats of the great Cuban pianist Aldo López-Gavilán, known for his dazzling technique and his excellent talent as a composer, both in classical and jazz music. He will be accompanied by Tuxedo Swing, an ensemble of exceptional musicians, including André Moisan, Paul Merkelo, Hélène Lemay, Jimmy Lahaie, Frederic Alarie and Paul Picard.
Date: Thursday, March 28, 2019
Time: Concert starts at 7:30 pm
Place: Maison symphonique de Montréal 1600, Saint-Urbain St., Montreal, Qc. H2X 0S1
Price : $35 / $15 students (taxes in)
Parking available: Reserve on the Place des Arts web site.
You'll enjoy an exhilarating and enchanting experience, while supporting the fight against breast cancer.
Aldo López-Gavilán, an absolute virtuoso
Recognized for his dazzling technique and masterful composing talent, Cuban pianist and composer Aldo López-Gavilán excels in both classical and jazz as a recitalist, soloist, chamber musician and performer of his electrifying jazz compositions. He has performed in prestigious venues around the world.
Tuxedo Swing, exceptional musicians
Founded by trombonist Hélène Lemay, Tuxedo Swing features exceptional musicians who will amaze and move you with the most beautiful melodies featuring a new and festive sound (trombone, sax / clarinet, double bass, marimba, acoustic and electric guitars, piano and percussion).
The Foundation's Excellence Awards
Four Excellence Awards will be presented during this musical evening highlighting the commitment and outstanding efforts of four laureates dedicated to the fight against breast cancer.