Few musicians make the transition from jazz to flamenco and flamenco to jazz with such restlessness and naturalness as ANTONIO LIZANA, the young saxophonist and singer from Cadiz with a résumé that includes collaborations with the Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra of Arturo O'Farrill (Grammy included) and partnerships with Raimundo Amador, José Mercé and Chambao. In Vic he presents Quimeras del mar (Sony Music, 2015), a second work swinging between festival and solemnity, between dance and meditation, which almost leads us to believe that the port of Cadiz is a neighbourhood of New York illuminated by the light of the Mediterranean. A bursting new talent of unquestionable renown.
The Mercat de Música Viva de Vic is preparing its 32nd edition with performances and digital content as its professional activity.Due to the crisis generated by COVID-19, the professional activities of the Market will be offered online in a very special way. There will also be face-to-face concerts, which will be adapted to the re-opening phase in force in September.