The magic trumpet of the British musician Matthew Halsall will sound next week on Barcelona and in November Madrid within the cycles Pinata and Jazz Villains respectively.
Matthew Halsall He is one of the most unique trumpet players to appear on the jazz scene in the last fifteen years. Since his debut in 2008, he has been creating luminous and reflective albums that draw on the spiritual jazz of Pharoah Sandershas the ability to explore sounds coming from different places just as he does Erik Truffaz and, also, feels the relevance of formations such as The Cinematic Orchestra. Theirs is modern jazz (intimate and progressive), although without ceasing to look to the past. One of his songs, along with The Gondwana Orchestrawas included in the compilation “Kaleidoscope” from Soul Jazz Records.
On the occasion of his performance in Sala La Nau in Barcelona on October 17he and his luxurious band will perform the pieces from his recent album “An Ever Changing View”. An opportunity to immerse yourself in reflective and very beautiful sounds. Without a doubt, Matthew Halsall is one of the most interesting and profound jazz musicians of the 21st century.
Tickets for the concert Barcelona on October 17 (Sala La Nau) are available at this link. On the other hand, Halsall will also act in Madrid on November 19 at the Pavón Theater in Madrid within the cycle Jazz Villains.