Celia Mayo Quartet at Club Matador
Celia Mayo Quartet is a singer of jazz, bossa nova and black music, studied vocal jazz at the famous Berklee College of Music in Boston, technique and improvisation in New York and leads several musical projects.
Javier is several musicians at the same time and many guitarists at the same time: from his heavy past, his gypsy jazz soloist side, his reputation as an extraordinary jazz improviser, also as a bandmate of commercial artists or his less known but promising side as a composer and arranger.
Drummer Daniel García Bruno began to study violin at the age of four with Isako Inue, in 1979-1981 he studied solfège and recorder at the Conservatory of Cuenca, he continued his studies of drums, percussion, harmony and ear training, he joined the Madrid jazz circle and gave his first concerts at the "Café Central" and "Clamores Jazz".
Loque, mostly self-taught, has spent a couple of seasons in New York, where he has worked and taken lessons with Dennis Irwin, Larry Grenadier, Ben Street an others. He is one of the most sought-after double bass players in Madrid, with a professional career that includes work with Steve Marcus, Larry Willis. Vince Benedetti, Albert Bover, Santiago Reyes, Bob Sands Big Band, Antonio Serrano and many others.
Contact Person: Francesco Pozzi
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Calle Jorge Juan, 5