Latin jazz and flamenco in one with Chano
Hailing from Cadiz in Spain, Chano is a pianist specialising in flamenco, Spanish-Latin jazz and post-pop. Having released over twenty albums, the exceptional artist has worked with prominent artists including the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, Paquito-d’Rivera, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Chucho Valdes, Martiro, Joe Lovano, Gonzalo Rubalcaba and Wynton Marsalis. In addition, his achievements include a 2012 Grammy Award nomination for his album "Flamenco Sketches". Don’t miss your chance to see him performing live – you can buy your Chano tickets right here in advance on StubHub. If you find that you aren’t able to attend, you can just as easily sell your tickets here as well.
The chance to see one of Spain’s Grammy Award-nominated artists
With Chano’s first interest in jazz starting from groups including Weather Report, the Mahavishnu Orchestra, Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans, the renowned artist created his first jazz group in 1992, winning prizes and released recordings "Chano" and "Diez de Paco" before going on to record a range of projects with Martyr. Join in one of his performances and get the chance to experience the electrifying buzz of the crowds, the deep-rooted musical energy and awe-inspiring melodies and fusion of rhythms surrounding you. Known globally, Chano achieved his foremost international coverage in 2000 through his creative composition "Oye Como Viene", which was featured in the Grammy Award-winning Latin jazz documentary "Calle 54" by Fernando Trueba, also featuring renowned artists including the Fort Apache Band. The extraordinarily talent artist had also been nominated for three Latin Grammys, including the Best Flamenco Album category for two collaborations, one in 2002 called "Mucho Corazon" with Martirio and one in 2015 called "Bendito" with Blas Cordob, also known as El Keijo. Grab your chance to see him live when you buy or sell Chano tickets right here on StubHub.
A fusion of Spanish sounds like no other
Chano has performed with a range of celebrated artists including David Xirgu, Horacio Fumero, Henry Cole and Alexis Cuadrado, Hadar Noiberg, Javier Colina and Steffano Bolani. He has also taught at the well-known performing arts establishment Juilliard, the Bogotá Conservatory, the Taller de Música in Barcelona and the University of Washington School of Music. Capture your chance to join him live and feel his eclectic and powerful musical energy surge through the crowds to create an experience like no other. Buy your Chano tickets here on StubHub today.
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