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Marialy Pacheco & Rhani Krija
Jazzhus Montmartre
D. 24.10.2018 Kl. 20:00

Marialy Pacheco (Piano / CU)

Rhani Krija (Drums/Perc / MA)



Cubanske Marialy Pachecos karriere er allerede ganske bemærkelsesværdig. Hendes debutalbum blev produceret af Roberto Fonseca, pianist for legendariske Ibrahim Ferrer (Buena Vista Social Club), og i 2012 blev hun den første kvindelige vinder af Montreux Jazzfestival Solo Piano Competition. Rhani Krija fra Marokko har for alvor indtaget jazz- og folkscenen, mens han alsidigt også har bevæget sig ind i genrene rock og pop. I ungdomsårene dannede den traditionelle Nordafrikanske musik bunden for hans musikalske stil, sidenhen har han udviklet evnerne til at spille de fleste stilarter autentisk.

Pacheco og Krija mødte hinanden i sommeren 2013 og blev hurtigt venner - både personligt og musikalsk. Sammen har de nu skabt "Marocuba"; en unik og frisk lyd, der opstår i et mix af traditionel cubansk musik, afro-marokkanske rytmer og kontemporær europæisk jazz.



The stations in the career of Cuban pianist Marialy Pacheco are impressive: her debut album was produced by Roberto Fonseca, pianist of the legendary Ibrahim Ferrer (Buena Vista Social Club) and in 2012 she became the first woman to ever win the Montreux Jazzfestival Solo Piano Competition. Percussionist and drummer Rhani Krija was born in Morocco and is currently one of the world?s most renowned percussionists - in the jazz & world music scene, as well as in the rock & pop scene. As a teenager, he emerged himself in the traditional music styles of northern Africa, which still today, form the foundation of his music and style of playing. With the musically diverse range he possesses, Krija has the ability to play almost any style with authenticity

In the summer of 2013, Rhani Krija meet Marialy Pacheco for the first time and both musicians got along instantly - personally and musically. Together they have created "Marocuba", a unique and fresh sound that arises in a mix of traditional Cuban music, afro-Moroccan rhythms and contemporary European jazz.



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