Vicente Amigo with the Metropole Orkest
Latin Jazz - World Fusion
Vince Mendoza (conductor); Vicente Amigo (vocals, guitar); Patricio Cámara (vocals, percussion); Rafael de Utrera (vocals); Janine Abbas, Friederike Darius (flute); Jos Beeren, Max Boeree, Leo Janssen, Marc Scholten, Paul van der Feen (sax); Martin de Ruiter (hobo); Ruud Breuls, Henk Heijink, Jan Hollander, Jan Oosthof (trumpet); Jan Bastiani, Jan Oosting, Bart van Lier, Martin van den Berg (trombone); René Pagen (horn); Linda Dumessie, Sarah Koch, Denis Koenders, Wim Kok, Erica Korthals Altes, Vera Laporeva, Elisabeth Liefkes-Cats, Ruben Margarita, Tinka Regter, Merijn Rombout, Seija Teeuwen, Jenneke Tesselaar, Aimée Versloot, Arlia de Ruiter, Herman van Haaren, Marianne van den Heuvel (violin); Mieke Honingh, Norma Jansen, Julia Jowett, Iris Schut (alt viola); Jascha Albracht, Wim Grin, Anne Knappstein, Annie Tangberg (cello); José Manuel Hierro, Peter Tiehuis (guitar); Joke Schonewille (harp); Hans Vroomans (piano); Jeroen Vierdag (bass); Arend Liefkes, Annemieke Marinkovic, Maaike Wierda, Erik Winkelmann (contrabass); Arno Nieuwenhuizen (drums); Francisco González, Sophie Koopmans, Mike Schäperclaus, Frank Wardenier, Arno van Nieuwenhuize (percussion).
Sun 16 July 2006 16:30 - 17:45 Maas
The Metropole Orkest is one of the world’s most famous jazz and pop orchestras. Because of its unique line up - a complete big band with a woodwind section and strings, harp and percussion - the orchestra is able to venture into miscellaneous music styles. The 52-piece ensemble has accompanied many renowned musicians and singers, such as Elvis Costello, Herbie Hancock, Gino Vanelli, Pat Metheny and John Scofield. The collaboration with flamenco guitarist Vicente Amigo is yet another new challenge and a musical highlight. The Sevilla born Amigo is one of the greatest flamenco and latin jazz guitarists of today. He has won a Latin Grammy Award for his penultimate CD and received various prestigious flamenco prizes for his work as a performer and a composer. Amigo played and recorded with Sting, Paco de Lucía, John McLaughlin and Al DiMeola. He also wrote the title track of the movie Hable con ella. The arrangements for the concert with the Metropole Orkest were written by Joan Albert Amargós, Eduardo del Barrio and Leo Brouwer.