Tuckshop Presents: Yelfris Valdes Music
' The World of Eshu Dina' EP Launch
+ Special guests
Joe Armon-Jones & Maxwell Owin
Tim Garcia (Música Macondo / Jazz FM)
Manu & Ando (Tuckshop)
Miguel E (Tuckshop)
"One of the brightest stars on London’s already vibrant jazz scene"
- Jane Cornwell, Evening Standard, Jazzwise
Incredibly pleased to announce the official live launch of Yelfris Valdes' 'The World of Eshu Dina' EP at the Total Refreshment Centre.
The highly acclaimed Havana born Cuban Trumpet player, recognised for his work co-writing 'Black Focus' as part of Yussef Kamaal, co-founding the band Ariwo for the Manana Festival 2016 released his debut solo EP which see's an exclusive live premiere on March 1st.
The Grammy Award Nominee's (2010 as part of Sierra Maestra) project journeys through his roots & personal inspirations. As well as working with Buena Vista Social Club's Omara Portuondo and Guajiro Mirabal, Yelfris has also toured with the likes of KANO, Kaidi Tatham & Dego, Quantic Music, Dayme Arocena, OUM (Diva from Morocco) Charlie Hunter and Sugar Ray Rayford.
He's been highlighted by Jazzwise as "one of the brightest stars on London’s already vibrant Cuban and Latin jazz scene" and having recorded with Roberto Fonseca, Gilles Peterson, Moses Boyd, Yussef Dayes, Yussef Kamaal & Blue Lab Beats, It's not hard to see why.
The live show consists of:
Yelfris Valdes - Trumpet & Vocals
Nathan Britton - Keys
Mikele Montolli - Bass
Jamie Murray - Drums
To celebrate his EP we have also added some very special guests with a live show from Joe Armon-Jones & Maxwell Owin + selections from Jazz FM's Tim Garcia and Tuckshop residents Manu & Ando and Miguel E.
Online tickets are extremely limited starting at £5 on RA & Party For The People.
RA - http://bit.ly/yelfrisra
PFTP - http://bit.ly/Valdespftp
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