Federico Nathan Project | Berklee Valencia Campus



Federico Nathan Project

Presented by:  Berklee Valencia Faculty
Where: Matisse Club - Campoamor, 60. 46022 Valencia, Spain
When: Saturday November 10, 2018, 7:30 p.m. (local time)
Event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/312017799616656/
How to Attend: Tickets required

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Instructor Federico Nathan will perform with his band Federico Nathan Project on November 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Sala Matisse, in Valencia. The trio is completed by instructor Mariano Steimberg on the drums and Batipst Bailly on the piano.

Federico Nathan (Montevideo, 1986) is one of the greatest improvising violinists of our time. He performs as a soloist in ensembles and orchestras around the world. Being a versatile musician, he participates in projects of a wide range of musical genres and leads his own project, being the latter the meeting point of his fervent creative curiosity.

Federico defines this music as “Music for the inner child”. While the focus of the Project is on contemporary jazz and improvised music, the violinist eagerly embraces a wide variety of aesthetics and styles. In his music, Nathan proposes a journey through different sound universes, erasing the barrier between classical music and popular music by creating a free of prejudices and profoundly imaginative music.

Elements of rock, jazz, classical music as well as of Uruguayan music converge in his music, while the balance of the planned and the unplanned tips from one moment to the next.

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