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Tomas Lorenzo. Memories of Barcelona

 

Tomas Lorenzo. Memories del Barcelona

Premier of the Suite: "Memories de Barcelona "

 

Minimalistic Contemplations in Flamenco, Jazz and Pop. 8 compositions that reflect upon Christian values that bond our community.

 Tomas Lorenzo: Composer, Guitars: Alphonso Johnson , Bruce Sugar ( Ringo Star ), Dave Garfield( Benson)

Jeremy Alsop, Bass (Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter)

Steve Falk, Percussion ( Melbourne Symphony)

Jordan Murray, Trombone ( Lecturer in Jazz Studies at Monash University)

Wominjika Vocal Quartet

 

VENUE:
Toorak Uniting Church
603 Toorak Road
Toorak, Victoria 3142
                 October 6th. 2pm
 

CONTACT DETAILS: Tomas Lorenzo 0448348701 info@thomaslorenzo.com.au

 

Tomas Lorenzo: Composer, Guitars: His latest CD Spanish Breeze has achieved top 30 in the USA World Music charts . He performs with Grammy award winner Alphonso Johnson , Bruce Sugar ( Ringo Star ), Dave Garfield( Benson) and Walfredo Reyes ( Santana). 

Jeremy Alsop on Bass: An established composer, performer, arranger, engineer and producer. Artists that have performed his work include: Herbie Hancock, Wayne Shorter,  Chad Wackerman, Mary Doumany, Paul Grabowsky and  Colin Hay.
 
Steve Falk on Percussion: He has worked with the Melbourne Symphony, Queensland Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria, Tasmanian Symphony and Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa.
 

Jordan Murray on Trombone :  Lecturer in Jazz Studies at Monash University. He has established a career in many diverse areas of the music industry in Australia. He has been one of Melbourne’s first call trombonists over the past 15 years as well as composing and arranging for a wide variety of situations.