Flamenco Jazz Sketches

Music (flamenco, jazz)

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Description

Captivating, soulful music from this flamenco guitar/double bass duo from Seville. Flamenco's passion and warmth, jazz's exploration and improvisation come together in an up-close and original concert by this long-standing partnership from the Andalusian flamenco-jazz scene. Philip Adie studied flamenco with Paco Peña. Active as a flamenco guitarist in Seville he's also involved in many crossover projects with jazz and world music. Luis Salto is a well-kent Jazz double bass player from Seville, known for his earthy feel and rhythmic style. Philip and Luis have shared a musical affinity and association that stretches back 20 years.

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Matilda Brodie 35 days ago

If you love Mediterranean cuisine and love Jazz why not go along to see Alba Flamenca Jazz.

You can also go and eat tapas before make a Spanish evening out of it!

It is wonderful and a must see if you want to learn about the flamenco music and where in Spain it derives from.

Great music, great company, thank you Philip and Luis!

Alexander Martin 36 days ago

Great way to spend an hour in intimate surroundings. Fantastic duo with show both interesting and entertaining. Recommend you take this in.

Carlos Frade 39 days ago

An unforgettable moment in the intimate atmosphere of Alba Flamenca (the Spanish Flamenco School of Edinburgh). Bravissimo for Luis and Philip and their passionate if subtle flamenco jazz sketches.

Brendo 44 days ago

Warm, intimate, and incredibly-skilled show. Communication between guitar and double-bass is amazing. If you know flamenco and modern jazz, you’ll love the playful switches between genres (and indeed overlaps); if you play the guitar in any genre, (or I guess less commonly, double-bass) you’ll be knocked out by two guys who are totally on their game. If you just like music generally, it’s a bit of an education. And if you’re pig-ignorant, go along to feed your head and get some education.

Really enjoyed the switching of leads between the two instruments (how often do you hear the double-bass getting to play melody lines?). I bought the CD (take some cash for that).

Venue has interesting ciders and beers from Spain , aircon, and comfy seats too.

Marina Wickens 45 days ago

This show was just exquisite. The music was mesmerising. It’s five stars from me and
not to be missed if you like flamenco or jazz or just great music. It’s a real treat.

don’t miss it.

DrP 47 days ago

Stunning technique, improvisation and connection between the two musicians. Live music of this quality for a tenner? Yes please.

Sofia 49 days ago

Amazing show both musicians incredibly talented and fully embrace the flamenco field. Would 100% recommend checking them out

Michael 52 days ago

5/5

- great original spanish, jazzy music
- both the guitarist and double bassist are incredibly skilled
- perfect chemistry between the two musicians
- easily deserve a full house


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The Scotsman (4/5 stars) 32 days ago

There’s an often fierce improvisational dialogue between the duo’s guitar and bass

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