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Latin Jazz in DC! Reggie Workman's Sculptured Sounds Presents @ Twins Features the Edmar Castaneda Quartet, Fri., Aug. 31 & Sat., Sept.1, 8 & 10PM

SOURCE: Published: 2007-08-28
A jazz harpist of imposing talent, Edmar Castaneda transforms the harp into a lead instrument to phenomenal effect. He has performed with such varied jazz stars as Paquito D'Rivera, John Scofield, Pablo Zinger, Dave Samuels, Trio De Paz, Giovani Hidalgo , Lila Downs, Janis Siegel, The Chico O'Farrill Afro-Cuban Jazz Big Band. Castaneda's style is fascinatingly percussive, producing cross-rhythms like a drummer, while picking, smashing chordal flourishes like a flamenco guitarist and collating bebop and Colombian music, he is practically a world unto himself!



Reggie Workman's Sculptured Sounds Presents @ Twins...
THE EDMAR CASTANEDA QUARTET
Edmar Castaneda (Colombian Harp)
Andrea Tierra (Vocals)
Marshall Gilkes (Trombone)
Dave Silliman (Drums & Percussion)
@
TWINS
Fri., Aug. 31 & Sat., Sept. 1
8pm & 10pm
$18.00
1344 “U" Street, NW
Wash., DC 20009
(202) 234-0072


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