Monsieur Periné and Patricia Cano
2016-2017 Season, The Royal Conservatory, World, Vocal, Quiet Please, There’s a Lady on Stage
DATE: Wednesday, April 19, 2017 | TIME: 8:00 pm
PRICE: Starting at $35.00 | VENUE: Koerner Hall
BUY TICKETS ONLINE: performance.rcmusic.ca/
Join us for a trip to South America as Colombian superstars Monsieur Periné make their Canadian debut, paired with the sweet sultry sounds of Patricia Cano’s Peruvian roots.
Monsieur Periné: Catalina García, vocals; Nicolás Junca, guitar; Santiago Prieto, charango, violin & guitar; Adinda Meertins, bass; Jairo Alfonso, saxophone & clarinet; Abstin Caviedes, trombone & bugle; Miguel Guerra, percussion; Darwin Páez, drums.
Patricia Cano, vocals; Carlos Bernardo, guitar; Kevin Barrett, guitar; Paco Luviano, bass; Luis Orbegoso, percussion.
Monsieur Periné is one of the leading bands in Colombia’s new music scene, Monsieur Periné won the Latin Grammy Award for Best New Artist and earned a Grammy Award nomination for their most recent album, Caja de Música. Rooted in gypsy jazz and celebrating the tradition of Django Reinhardt, Monsieur Periné’s fresh style adds a variety of Latin elements to the mix. Incorporating genres like cumbia, son, bolero, tango, and samba, the band performs on traditional South American instruments from the charango, to the bandoneón, and Latin percussion. Their airy yet virtuosic instrumental foundation connects 1930s Paris with the youthful spirit of modern Bogotá. It is the perfect backdrop to showcase Catalina Garcia’s sugar-sweet, sunshiny vocals at the very center of their signature “swing a la Colombiana” style. With the help of the illustrator José Arboleda and their own fashion designer, the band has created a world of their own that comes to life in their music, their artwork, and, of course, their performances.
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