Jerez-Texas Brings Flamenco Jazz Fusion to World Music Saturdays at Colonial

Sala Colonial
Sala Colonial
Madrid’s weekly world music series, World Music Saturdays at Colonial, presents Jerez-Texas on February 9. Jerez-Texas is formed by three musicians from varied backgrounds, from Spain and France, who got together in 2002 in Valencia, combining their interests and experiences collected during years of career: jazz, flamenco and classical music, sifted by the Mediterranean feeling from the land where this project was born. After two albums, Saó and Patchwork, and hundreds of concerts, they will perform at Colonial with singer Ester Andújar.

Line-up: Ricardo Esteve (flamenco guitar), Matthieu Saglio (cello), Jesús Gimeno (drumms and cajón), Ester Andújar (vocals).

S-09, 22:30h, 12 euros with a free drink
Table reservation (optional): 676 30 28 82 


Sala Colonial (Madrid)
Paseo de la Florida s/n
Metro and Renfe Cercanías: Príncipe Pío

Author: World Music Central News Department

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