Music Great Hall


Andrea Motis Do outro lado do azul



November, 21

8 p.m.


120 minutes


From 8 to 20 euros

With the music of idols as important as Louis Armstrong and Chet Baker, the young trumpet player and singer has been surprising the audience with Joan Chamorro since 2012, when Quincy Jones noticed her and invited her to share the stage with him. After releasing her first album for Impulse, Emotional Dance, Andrea Motis has now returned with a new project called Do outro lado do azul, dedicated to one of the countries that has had the most influence on universal music, Brazil. A journey to a land full of musical happiness, accompanied by Andrea Motis and Joan Chamorro Quartet, together with first-class guests. Musicians from both sides of the ocean will present songs that mainly have Brazilian roots and traditions, with rhythms that include the bolero, choro and samba. The jazz quintet normally led by Andrea Motis will connect with musicians of the highest level, who will take the audience to the deepest origins of Brazilian music. not necessary We will also have the chance to listen to some pre-Columbian compositions and other new works that blend jazz and Brazilian music, which have been composed by Sergio Krakowski, Ignasi Terraza, Tom Harrell, Joan Mar Sauqué i Andrea Motis.

Voice and trumpet
Andrea Motis

Bass, saxofon, flute and voice
Joan Chamorro

Ignasi Terraza

Josep Traver

Esteve Pi

Sergio Krakowski

Fernando De Papa

Guitar of 7 strings
Matthieu Guillemont

Clarinete y saxo tenor
Gabriel Amargant

Christoph Mallinger