Monday, 11 July 2022 / 20:30h and 22:30h
Summer Cycle
Wolfgang Muthspiel, guitar
Larry Grenadier, double bass
Jorge Rossy, drums
22€ one set / 30€ the two sets

The Jimmy Glass presents as part of its Summer Series an exceptional contemporary jazz trio led by iconic guitarist Wolfgang Muthspiel, featuring double bassist Larry Grenadier and drummer Jorge Rossy.

Considered one of the most influential guitarists of his generation, Muthspiel (1965) settled in New York in 1990, where he quickly acquired a great reputation, thanks to his innovative style and great technique, and soon after recorded several albums with musicians such as Don Alias, Grenadier himself, Tom Harrell and Kenny Wollesen.

He has collaborated on albums by Patricia Barber, Mark Johnson, Paul Motian and Gary Peacock, and has been requested by various ensembles of different styles, such as Trilok Gurtu, Dhafer Youssef, Youssou N’Dour, Maria Joao, Dave Liebman, Peter Erskine, Bob Berg, John Patitucci, Dieter Ilg, the Vienna Art Orchestra and many more.

Since 2013 Muthspiel has been an artist on the renowned ECM label, for which he has recorded four excellent albums, including Rising Grace (ECM Records), a quintet work featuring Brad Mehldau, Ambrose Akinmusire, Brian Blade and Larry Grenadier. The album, which topped many of that year’s best-of lists and earned five stars from DownBeat magazine, spawned numerous sold-out concerts around the world.

Five years later, the quintet recorded Where The River Goes, with Eric Harland on drums, with the same result. Also in 2018, Muthspiel recorded Angular Blues, with Scott Colley and Brian Blade, which was released in 2020.

Larry Grenadier and Jorge Rossy’s rhythm section is one of the most important in the world.Larry Grenadier is one of the most intuitive double bass players in jazz according to the New York Times. He has played with Joe Henderson and Stan Getz, with Mehldau’s trio for decades, with Paul Motian and Pat Metheny, co-led the cooperative trio Fly with Mark Turner and Jeff Ballard, the Hudson Quartet with John Scofield, John Medeski and Jack DeJohnette and many, many others. Jorge Rossy is internationally recognised as one of the most influential drummers of his generation. In addition to his own projects, his accompanying work includes over one hundred and eighty recordings with renowned jazz musicians such as the aforementioned Mehldau and Turner, as well as Ethan Iverson, Kevin Hays, Chris Cheek, Seamus Blake, Joshua Redman, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Jakob Bro, Enrico Pieranunzi and Steve Swallow, among many others. Rossy has also toured with jazz greats including Charlie Haden, Wayne Shorter, Lee Konitz, Carla Bley and Joe Lovano.Unquestionably, one of the most attractive trios in contemporary jazz. Top level jazz…


Monday, 11 July 2022 / 20:30h and 22:30h
Summer Cycle
Wolfgang Muthspiel, guitar
Larry Grenadier, double bass
Jorge Rossy, drums
22€ one set / 30€ the two sets

(indicating name, number of bookings, date and name of the concert)

Indicate for which show/session you want the reservation: 20:30h or 22:30h or if you want it for both shows.
Open at 20:00h for the first show and at 22:00h for the second show. Limited capacity.
Reservation of tickets for each show (those who wish may make a double reservation to continue on to the second show by communicating in advance and with a discount of 50% approx. for the second show). Only those attending the second show or both shows may dine.
The shows will not necessarily offer the same repertoire.

C/ Baja, 28
22€ one set / 30€ the two sets
(Indicating the name, number of reservations, date and name of the concert and for which of the two passes reservation is requested or if it is for both passes)

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