20/07/2022 - 22:00
Baluarte de la Candelaria
Julián Sánchez

Julián Sánchez - trumpet, flugel, composition and arrangements
Fernando Brox - trombone, transverse flute and piccolo
Valentín Murillo - transverse flute, tenor sax and piccolo
Javier Galiana - piano and voice
Enrique Oliver - tenor and soprano saxophones
Juan Masana - double bass
David León - drums
Jesús Santiago - percussion

Tickets – Available from June 1.

Brazulada comes from the blue of the sea, from an Azulada* and from Brazil. It is the filtered sound of an escape, that of the trumpeter Julián Sánchez, to the state of Paraíba in the Brazilian northeast. Years of coexistence and musical encounters connected by the blue of a sea and by the roots of two cultures, the northeastern and the Andalusian. A union based on the most ancient of popular music, the rhythms and the dance that underlie the repertoire of this musical group. Starting from the foreign, the new, which little by little turns daily as in the journey of a nomad, Brazulada’s music distills forró, samba, maracatu, baião, choro and a bolero, original compositions and arrangements inspired by the melodies, sounds and rhythms that aspire to be, or already are, as the master Hermeto Pascoal says, Universal. Brothers, family and reserves are essential to continue motivated, learning and creating in the wonderful world of music: Javier Galiana, Fernando Brox, Joan Masana, Enrique Oliver, Valentín Murillo and David León, are the meaning of existence and the excellence of this wonderful musical work.

Allow yourself a blue, and immerse yourself in the music of Brazulada.

*Blue: from the verb Azular, which in Portuguese means to dye blue / flee, escape.


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