Four shows were programmed for the 2nd edition of Jazzándaluz, which was held between 3 and 5 August 2017.
3 August, Albert Vila Trio + Javier Navas Quartet feat Enrique Oliver:
On the night of Thursday 3 August, the main programme of the Priego de Córdoba National Jazz Festival kicked off with the performance of the guitarist from Barcelona Albert Vila in trio formation with Bori Albero on double bass and Borja Barrueta on drums; and the quartet of Javier Navas from Malaga, with Juan Galiardo on piano, Bori Albero, who was doing double duty tonight, on double bass, Dani Domínguez on drums and as special guest, Enrique Oliver, a saxophonist also from Malaga.
Jazz in two of the most classic formats took place in Priego’s “Huerta de las Infantas” garden, in the hands of two young musicians who stand out in their respective instruments on a national and European level.
4 August, Moisés P. Sánchez Quartet “Metamorphosis”:
After a first night of jazz that we could classify as more classical, it was the turn of our commitment to the most contemporary jazz made in Spain. This show came from the great Madrid pianist Moisés P. Sánchez and his latest work “Metamorfosis”, accompanied by the musicians Cristina Mora (vocals and keyboards), Toño Miguel (double bass) and Borja Barrueta (drums and Lap Steel).
5 August, Chano Domínguez and the Ibérico quartet feat Sergio de Lope:
The last of the Jazzándaluz nights was dedicated to our roots. Flamenco-jazz was brought to our stage by perhaps the greatest representative of this musical style today, Chano Domínguez. The pianist from Cadiz was accompanied by Daniel Navarro (dance), Blas Córdoba (vocals), Eduardo Cortés (flamenco guitar), Antonio del Caño (double bass) and Daniel Domínguez (flamenco percussion).
Jazzándaluz had the privilege not only of having the great master on stage but also of being able to enjoy a unique show, created for that night, for our festival, as this line-up was conceived for that event.