Antonio Sánchez // 14 . 03 . 2013

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ANTONIO SANCHEZ & MIGRATION Jueves 14 de Marzo de 2013
SALA TELEFONICA del Centro Cultural Roberto Cantoral

Antonio Sánchez, batería, dirección y composición
David Binney, saxo alto
John Escreet, piano y piano eléctrico Rhodes
Orlando le Fleming, contrabajo

Antonio Sánchez es músico, baterista, pianista, compositor, director y productor musical.
- Uno de los músicos mexicanos de mayor proyección internacional
- Ganador de 4 Grammy Awards®
- Ha participado en grabaciones y giras internacionales junto a los más importantes artistas de jazz: Pat Metheny Group, Pat Metheny Unity Band, United Nations Orchestra (Paquito D’Rivera, Dir.), Gary Burton, Michael Brecker, Charlie Haden, Dave Holland, Danilo Perez, Avishai Cohen, Miguel Zenon, Joshua Redman, Chick Corea, Dianne Reeves, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Marcus Roberts, Luciana Souza y John Patitucci entre otros.
-3 registros discograficos: Migration (2007), Live in NY at Jazz Standard (2009), New Life (2013)
-Estudios completos en la Escuela Superior de Música del INBA (piano), Berklee College of Music (Magna Cum Laude), New England Conservatory

“Antonio Sanchez, the drummer and composer, compresses many of the strategies from the last 40 years of small-group jazz into each performance, while letting some of today’s best soloists tear it up. [His drumming is] a tumbling overspill, deceptive in its suggestion of abandon.” New York Times

“With Antonio at the helm, there’s never any guesswork about the time. Antonio has an individual, clear sound on the drums, blending superbly in any live or studio situation. He can improvise in the moment, so I love playing duets with him. It feels like he’s in my head! Antonio has ferocious technique, but he never uses it superfluously or mechanically. He brings his own personality to every musical genre. His warmth and sublime musicality inspires trust, which is the most important ingredient for making truly spontaneous music.” Michael Brecker (ganador de 13 Grammy Awards®)

“The thing that impressed me the most when I first heard Antonio with Danilo Perez, was how soft he could play and still keep it absolutely burning. My first impression was that he was an introspective drummer, but only a few minutes later it sounded like Danilo had added three percussionists to the band – and it was all Antonio! And that was burning too. Antonio’s maturity, his musical vision, and his amazing aptitude to see the whole musical picture that’s happening beyond the drum set itself is tremendous. His presence in the group represents one of the most significant changes in the band’s 28 year history.”  Pat Metheny (ganador de 19 Grammy Awards®)