TRUBADOR has already created a stir in the world of music. Miron’s long-awaited debut, although deeply rooted in the jazz tradition, perfectly combines other styles of music ranging from Afro-Cuban rhythms to Arabic, Balkan and flamenco music. His compositions flow melodically and the level of musicality and improvisation in this album are at a very high level.
‘My music is a mixture of everything that has influenced me throughout my life. My compositions are not filtered by a style, a genre or a tradition, but rather by my own ear and taste, with the hope of fusing beautiful melodies, be they simple or complex, with rich and elegant harmonies. I am trying to deepen and touch any listener with an open mind and ear, always maintaining a high level of respect for the art of music. ‘
Miron has the pleasure of having as guest artists on the album landmarks of the flamenco world such as JORGE PARDO on the flute, ANTONIO SERRANO on the harmonica and ISRAEL SUAREZ PIRAÑA on the cajón, the three known for their collaborations with the great PACO DE LUCÍA.
Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina (former Yugoslavia), when he was 8 years old, he began to study classical guitar and due to the civil war in the 90’s his exodus began. He takes refuge first in Croazia where he starts playing the trumpet and then in Canada where he finishes two years of university degree doing his specialization in jazz. With 25 years old he is hired by Cirque du Soleil for the trumpeter and guitarist position in the KOOZA show. During his 8 years together with the circus, he performs in more than 40 cities in North America, Asia and Europe with more than 2000 performances under his belt.
In addition to his participation in Cirque du Soleil, Miron has performed at some of the most important jazz festivals in the world, such as North Sea Jazz in Rotterdam, ELBJAZZ in Hamburg, Montreal Jazz Festival and Sarajevo Jazz Festi, to name a few.
More recently, Mirón was the trumpeter of Delirium Tremens from the Rosario album La Tremendita that has been nominated for a Latin Grammy for Best Flamenco Album of the year 2018.
Established in Madrid for 4 years, he has worked with the biggest names in the Spanish music scene in genres ranging from jazz and Afro-Cuban music to flamenco and pop.
Ariel Bringuez, tenor sax
Miron Rafajlovic, trumpet
Daniel García, piano
Toño Miguel, doubblebass
Shayan Fathi, drums
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