Gil Gutiérrez brings the fullest meaning to the word, "virtuoso."
Whether it is jazz, or pure classical, he brings sensitivity and excitement to the music.

Doc Severinsen

Friday, July 29, 2011

San Miguel Five performances in California, Nevada and Wyoming

For two hours, the audience got to savor the band’s delicious fusion of tango, flamenco, classical, swing and Gypsy jazz, ala the great Django Reinhardt.
Check out this review and photo by Mimi Beck Knudsen
in the Reno Gazette.

Our thanks go out to the incredible audiences we connected with this July at the High Sierra Music Festival in Grass Valley, California, The Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and the Robert Z. Hawkins Amphitheater in Reno, Nevada.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Electric performance with Arturo Sandoval

I'm returning home energized by a performance last weekend at the second international sampling of jazz in Mexico City. The evening showcased Latin jazz and a surprise performance by legendary jazz trumpeter Arturo Sandoval.
The newspaper La Jornada describes "how the chilly night was heated up with performances by international masters who expressed themselves in an explosive way through the power of Latin Jazz." It was thrilling to be a featured performer with these legends and please click here to read the review.