Michel Camilo & Tomatito

Rosenberg Family

Pedro Soler & Gaspar Claus

Gypsy Jazz, Latin Music, Flamenco ... Here is a special evening with performances by top-notch musicians, all-round virtuosos and sound artists only.

Among these, don’t miss Dominican pianist Michel Camilo and Andalusian guitarist Tomatito. With a thirty-year-old collaboration and three masterpiece albums on the clock, this amazing duet isn’t quite done surprising us. In their hands, Morricone, Piazzolla, Satie, Gardel, and, of course, Django Reinhardt, get a new lease of life.

Django left behind him a legacy many have contributed to perpetuate. But of all those his boldness inspired, the Rosenbergs, led by Stochelo, the prince of the six-string, burn the brightest flame. Combining grace and brilliance, they flitter from genre to genre, taking on tunes from The Godfather or Orfeu Negro, and bringing out the standards of American Jazz, enhanced by crooner and scat artist Johnny Rosenberg. The masters of Swing put on an incredible display of casual dexterity.

Between guitarist Pedro Soler and cellist Gaspar Claus, his son, the dialogue goes beyond a simple family affair. If blood is thicker than water, theirs probably pulses on the beat, helping them reach perfect synchronicity.