Peter Bernstein to offer four performances over two days at the jazz club in Plaça Reial, accompanied by his quartet.
Ever since the days of Belgium’s Django Reinhardt, the first truly great European jazz musician, the guitar has played an important role in the development of the genre, especially in more recent decades, thanks to the increasingly widespread popularity of jazz fusion. Among the masters of contemporary jazz who have chosen the guitar as their means of expression, Peter Bernstein, a virtuoso who has shined both in his collaborations with the likes of Joshua Redman and Brad Mehldau, as well as with his own Peter Bernstein Quartet, is one of the outstanding names. You can see him on stage at the Jamboree jazz club in Barcelona on 9 and 10 February.
Peter Bernstein and his band will play four times over the course of two days, in sets starting at 8 and 10pm, and with different repertoires and improvisations. He’ll be accompanied by Valencian pianist Albert Palau, bassist Mark Hodgson and drummer Stephen Keogh, three experienced, instinctive musicians who fit in perfectly with his style.
You’ll find more information on the Jamboree website, where you can also buy tickets.
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