Águeda celebrated international jazz day

p O jornalista Rui Eduardo Paes apresentou um livro sobre a história do jazz europeu

p The journalist Rui Eduardo Paes presented a book on the history of European jazz

The fifth edition of the Festival Pauta Jazz, which took place from April 27 to 30 in Águeda, celebrated the international day of jazz. In the four days of the festival were many and diverse the musical proposals that the Human Agenda offered to its audiences

The debut concert belonged to vibraphonist Jeffery Davis who soloed the attention of the audience that attended the CAA Águeda Arts Center, where almost all of the events taking place. Along the days of the festival, the group NoA, Paulo Bandeira Trio, João Mortágua of Portugal and Polots Piotr Damasiewicz and Janek Pawlak also participated, who performed at a café on Sunday afternoon.
Parallel to the concerts, there were several initiatives that Jazz had as a common point. To highlight the conversation with the journalist Rui Eduardo Paes who presented the book "The History of European Jazz", the workshop with the theme "Big Band" within the scope of the Orchestra of Jazz of Águeda, the project "Jazz goes to School" with visit to schools in the county.
The international jazz day also closed with "Jazz +", the last of the cycle of four concerts promoted by Pauta Humana in partnership with Segundo Andar Bar. With the base formation consisting of bassist João Tavares, saxophonist Rodrigo Neves and drummer Ronaldo Firmino, the night was being jammed in a jam session format with various and respected musicians, some of them participating in the festival, who joined the jazz party.


Águeda, Janek Pawlak, jazz, Jeffery Davis, João Mortágua, João Tavares, Paulo Bandeira Trio, Pauta humana, Piotr Damasiewicz, Rodrigo Neves, Ronaldo Firmino, Rui Eduardo Paes

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