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jazz  // 

Xavier Gil

Celeste Alías has become one of the most in-demand vocalists on the Barcelona jazz scene, forming part of several bands, and all this, naturally, generates a busy agenda of concerts. She has worked with many musicians, including David Mengual, Jorge Rossy, Perico Sambeat, Albert Cirera and Gonzalo del Val, amongst others. At present, her main activities centre on the Celeste-Mezquida Dúo (fusing improv and jazz with pianist Marco Mezquida, with whom she recorded the album Two Lonely People in 2011), her duo with the guitarist Santi Careta (which has also generated an album, Black in Blue, in which the pair pay tribute to Nina Simone, Billie Holiday and Abbey Lincoln) and, finally, Jazz Machín, an ensemble inspired by the Cuban composer and singer Antonio Machín with Careta on guitar, David Soler on pedal steel and Oriol Roca on drums.


Cercle Sonor

Gemma Gascon



Two lonely people
Two lonely people (2011)
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