[Emergency visit to Japan decision! ] From Spain, the country of passion ~ Flamenco x Spanish Brass! ︎

An all-Spanish brass quintet formed in 1989.

Emergency visit to Japan decided !

In 1996, seven years after its formation,

Winner of the 6th Narbonne International Brass Quintet Competition!

It attracted attention and jumped into the international scene.

It has received enthusiastic support from all over the world, and the video published on YouTube has been viewed about 610,000 times , indicating its popularity.

“Amazing ensemble power, established the highest standard of brass ensemble”

(Maurice Andre)

“I can't think of a better quintet in the world than them”

(Christian Lindbergh)

Experience authentic Spanish music with a program that includes flamenco and guitar from Spain, the country of passion! !

[Performance schedule]

《Nagoya Performance》

4/20 (Wednesday) 18:45 start (18:15 open) Nagoya City Art Creation Center / Organizer: Pro Arte Musice

Ticket: General 5,000 yen Student 3,000 yen

Release date: 3/15 (Tue.) 10:00~

《Osaka Performance》

4/21 (Thursday) 19:15 start (19:00 open) Creo Osaka Chuo / Organizer: Pro Arte Musice

Ticket: General 5,000 yen Student 3,000 yen

Release date: 3/15 (Tue.) 10:00~

《Tokyo Performance》

4/23 (Sat) 13:30 start (doors open at 13:00) Hamarikyu Asahi Hall/Organizer: Asahi Shimbun, Hamarikyu Asahi Hall

Ticket: General 6,600 yen Student 4,500 yen

《Ibaraki Performance》

4/24 (Sun) 13:30 start (doors open at 13:00) Hitachi Omiya City Cultural Center Rose Hall / Sponsored by Ibaraki Prefectural Oarai High School Marching Band Club

Tickets: 4,000 yen for adults, 3,000 yen for students, 5,000 yen on the day

◎Please see each performance information for how to purchase tickets!

[Program] *Scheduled

C. Dominguez (Arranged by C. Veneto): Solo con verte

J. Turina (Arranged by M. Santos): "Fantastic Dances" III.

P. Dominiguez: Alegrias

M. de Falla (Arranged by P. Lawrence): From "The Three-cornered Hat" II. Miller's Dance

J. Jimenez (Arranged by F. Zacárez): Intermezzo from "The Marriage of Luis Alonso" etc.


Spanish Brass

In 1989 five Spanish musicians founded Spanish Brass. He quickly rose to fame around the world for his groundbreaking projects of performance, educational endeavors and creative collaborations. In 1996, he won first prize at the Narbonne International Brass Quintet Competition, one of the most prestigious competitions in the world. It is the best among the winning teams since then."

In 2017, he won first prize at the Bankia Music Talent Award in Spain as the most influential musician.

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Carlos Veneto Grau (trumpet)

Carlos Benetó Grau - Trumpet

Juanjo Serna-Salvador (trumpet)

Juanjo Serna Salvador - Trumpet

Manolo Perez-Ortega (horn)

Manolo Pérez Ortega - Horn
Indalatio Bonet-Manrike (trombone)

Indalecio Bonet Manrique – Trombone

Sergio Finca-Quiroz (tuba)

Sergio Finca Quirós - Tuba

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Pablo Dominguez (guitar and percussionist)

Pablo Dominguez - Percussion & Guitar

Born into a musical family in Cádiz, Spain, he was familiar with flamenco and jazz from a young age, influenced by his father, Chano Domínguez, a Grammy-nominated flamenco-jazz pianist. First he studied percussion, then guitar. At the age of 21, he moved to London, where he practiced flamenco and was guitarist in residence at prestigious venues such as Ronnie Scott. He has also performed with The Turbans (percussion), Trovador (guitar), Maria Camahort Quintet (percussion).

Carmen Bejarano (flamenco dancer)

Carmen Bejarano - Flamenco Dancer

Born in El Prueto de Santa Maria, Cádiz. In 2017, he won first prize at the Spanish Dance and Flamenco Choreography Contest in Madrid as a corps de ballet choreographed by the dancer Guadalupe Torres. In addition to appearing in tablaos throughout Spain, including famous restaurants in Madrid, he has also performed in the South Pacific, the Middle East and Greece. A dance creator who knows no bounds, bringing new concepts to flamenco dance education.

David Nieto (flamenco dancer)

David Nieto - Flamenco Dancer

Born in Cadiz in 1988. Studied Spanish dance and flamenco and graduated from the Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Cádiz. He has also won numerous awards for his choreography. Starting with Adolfo de Castro's flamenco and folklore theater company, he has been active in various theater companies since. Winner of the 13th National Alegrías Dance Competition and winner of the 5th La Isla Ciudad Flamenca Festival. Rúbrica premieres Al Son de ida y vuelta. In 2013 he founded his own school of flamenco music.

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