Public Programs And Events

Student Recital - Baden Goyo

December 9, 2018, 9:00 PM

Student Recital - Baden Goyo

School of Jazz Performance Space, Room I531, Arnhold Hall
General Public 

A Journey Through The New Sound Of Venezuelan Music

The concert will be a musical journey celebrating the ending of an important stage in Baden Goyo’s career: moving to New York to study at The New School's School of Jazz and Contemporary Music. The repertoire will include compositions and arrangements written by Baden Goyo during the 2015-2018 period, under the influence of the masters he studied with in those years. The concert will be held on December 9th, 2018 at 4:00 pm at Arnhold Hall located at 55 W, 13th street.

Through his elegant writing and an innovative style of arranging, Baden Goyo combines some of the most appealing rhythms from the Afro-Venezuelan tradition using a Jazz Quintet format that captivates creatively the elements from both worlds.

About Baden Goyo:
Venezuelan born, New York based pianist, composer, and arranger, Baden Goyo has received two Latin Grammys and one Grammy in 2017 for his collaboration as composer with Ruben Blades in his latest album “Salsa Big Band”. He is also a Latin Grammy Ambassador and recipient of “The Gifted Scholarship.”

With the force of a new generation, Baden Goyo brings out an original musical journey that blends the powerful tradition of Afro-Venezuelan rhythms with the colors of jazz harmonies, creating a new space for possibilities, innovation and tradition at the same time.

Presented by The New School's Mannes School of Music. 

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