Preview: Manana//Cuba & Jazz Re:freshed @ Milton Court Concert Hall (London; Sunday 12th May 2019)


Manana//Cuba and Jazz Re:freshed are pairing up with Cuban musicians to explore what happens when you mix live jazz, electronic and Cuban folklore in a contemporary live setting. This experimental group will mix traditional instruments with a live synthetic soundscape to attempt to transcend the confines of any single genre.

The night will host some of London’s most active jazz and electronica musicians, Yussef Dayes, Kevin Haynes, Sarah Tandy and Paul Dolby, alongside Cuban artists Adel Gomez, Feliciano Arango and Hammadi Valdes. The night intends to gain more depth into the connections started at MANANA Festival and then built upon at Manana//Cuba’s Parasang concert series.

These musicians are excited to try something new, and are looking for an audience to take along for the journey. This is a chance to be a part of something completely fresh and soul nourishing.

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