The BoriCorridor Tour: Jazz Boricua

Saturday, April 13, 2024 at 7pm at Immanuel Congregational Church, 10 Woodland Street, Hartford (directly across the street from The Mark Twain House & Museum)

Jazz Boricua presents a jazz tribute to Puerto Rican Danza. Enjoy memorable Puerto Rican songs to the rhythm of jazz, along with four formidable masters of popular music.

Four distinguished professionals in the Puerto Rican musical spectrum, “fiebrús” of Jazz and folklore, make up Jazz Boricua. In 2003, pianist and composer Ángel David Mattos further developed the concept of merging jazz and Puerto Rican music by leading a jazz ensemble in a series of presentations at the Marriott Hotel in San Juan. Over time, the concept evolved into the formation of Jazz Boricua: a jazz quartet comprising piano, sax/flute/clarinet, bass, and drums. Since the band’s creation, they have been very active in the music scene in Puerto Rico, performing at major venues, community and cultural centers, festivals, and all types of events. Even during the pandemic, the band held the weekly online presentations “Noches de Jazz Boricua” to bring virtual performances to the audience and maintain the cohesion and continuity of the ensemble.

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