Junior Santos at Fort Langley Jazz and Arts Festival 2022

Experience the impassioned and invigorating merge of Afro-Dominican rhythms with contemporary jazz by virtue of Dominican-born percussionist, Junior Santos

Sunday, July 24 at 7:00 pm – Chief Sepass Theatre, British Columbia, Canada
Get your tickets here: www.fortlangleyjazzfest.com
Special discount of $10/ticket – Promo code: JazzFest2022

Junior Santos – drums
Joaquin Núñez Hidalgo – percussion
Dánae Olano – piano
Pol Coussée – sax & flute
Francisco Luviano – bass

A fresh and exciting fusion of Afro-Dominican rhythms with Jazz featuring some of Canada’s finest Latin jazz recording artists. Junior has had a lively career performing and recording with many influential bands and ensembles throughout the years. His work has been influenced by Afro-Dominican and Afro-Cuban music, as well as jazz artists such as Steve Gadd, Chick Corea, Yellowjackets and Spyro Gyra. As a freelance musician, he’s played with Canadian artists like Laura Fernández, Joaquin Núñez Hidalgo, Zeynep Ozbilen, Roberto Linares Brown, Kalabash and a number of other Latin-influenced bands.

It didn’t take long after releasing his debut album, Conpambiche, to be nominated for a Juno Award for Jazz Album of the Year (Solo, 2021). Join Junior Santos for a musical merge you won’t forget on Sunday, July 24th at 7pm.

Danilo Navas
Danilo Navas
Founder, Editor, Webmaster: Latin Jazz Network, World Music Report, Toronto Music Report. A passionate and committed communicator with a sensibility for the arts based in Toronto, Canada.

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