CINEMATIC RADIO (2019) features original music by Lluís Capdevila in a more intimate setting with Petros Klampanis (bass, loops and percussion) and has the collaboration of Tom Harrell (flugelhorn) in one tune. The music is inspired by moods that recall cinema and addressed to a wider audience.
Lluís Capdevila (1981) grew up by the vineyards of Priorat in the Mediterranean Sea (Catalonia, Northeast of Spain). Since early childhood, freedom of expression and creativity connected him to composing and improvising in such a way that even though he pursued a Degree in Law (Barcelona) and a Master’s in Intellectual Property Law (Stockholm), he abandoned that path to focus exclusively on music. Jazz brought him to New York, with the help of a Fulbright grant, where he studied at the Aaron Copland School of Music and received a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony Brook University. In New York City he has collaborated with established musicians and emerging talents in various venues. DIASPORA (2016) is his debut album and features original compositions inspired by his New York experiences and the dispersion of his generation, as many left their home country looking for a job opportunities. Petros Klampanis (bass) and Luca Santaniello (drums) joined him in a piano trio recording that has received excellent reviews in the United States and Spain, and left more than fifty concerts.
Sunday, October 13, 2019
196 Allen St., New York
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