MOISÉS P. SÁNCHEZ
Moisés P. Sánchez is recognised as one of the top talents of the Spanish and European music scene. With a language of his own and a rich combination of the most diverse influences, his creations go far beyond the usual boundaries between genres and are surprising for the wealth of resources employed just as much as for their fascinating vitality and originality.
Composer, music producer, pianist, improviser and arranger, Moisés was Latin Grammy nominee for his album Unbalanced: concerto for ensemble, and has received other important awards in the USA and Spain.
With a language of their own and a rich combination of the most diverse influences, their creations transcend the usual boundaries between genres and surprise both for the torrent of resources they employ and for their fascinating vitality and originality.
El Cultural - 28/10/2019
El País - 18/7/2021
Moisés P. Sánchez was able to lift the pavilion with a first-class show, supported by his excellent band. His concert in Vitoria was a sample of one of the most compact and charismatic live performances we have in our scene.
Yahvé M. de la Cavada
Moisés P. Sánchez is able to distill the entire history of the genre and sound radically unique.
El País - 14/6/2013
El Mundo - 16/5/2019
Our scene has not discovered so much talent and creative daring in such a grandiose way since the generational replacement of Pedro Iturralde and Tete Montoliu by Jorge Pardo and Chano Domínguez.
Chema Gª Martínez
An audience follows him closely in the United States and Japan, where they have had their eye on him for a long time; that must be for a reason.
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"Bach (Re)Inventions" the winner of the award for Best Jazz Album 2022.
Programme dedicated to the CD 'Bach (Re)inventions' published by MarchVivo (Fundación March). With live improvisations at the piano.
The Madrid-born musician proved that Bach was the first jazz man in history.
(presentation of BACH (RE)INVENTIONS at the Granada International Jazz Festival).