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Today no one can dispute that the harmonica player Antonio Serrano is our Spanish Toots Thielemans and the creative encouragement of the musician from Madrid, a member of the last group of the long-awaited Paco de Lucía, goes to the Belgian maestro. Having Thielemans at the stands, the vertigo of the most imaginative and audacious jazz is guaranteed, but Antonio also amplifies everything with his multifaceted creative personality. To this is added the magnificent company with which he appears, formed by the pianist Albert Sanz, the double bassist Toño Miguel and the drummer Esteve Pi. Jazz to think AND…enjoy. Pablo Sanz “Text courtesy of the National Center for Musical Diffusion”.
“For me, who had the great fortune to play and record with Toots, it is a pleasure and an honor to be able to show through my harmonica one of the most impressive careers in the history of jazz; The one with the incredible Toots Thielemans.” Antonio Serrano
About Antonio Serrano
Antonio Serrano is considered one of the greatest harmonica players of all time. His greatest contribution to Spanish music has been to introduce the harmonica into flamenco, consolidating this innovation, by being part of Paco de Lucia’s group between 2004 and 2014.
His great musical versatility has also led him to carry out projects and collaborations in other musical fields such as jazz, classical music, tango and pop.