Chano Dominguez Trio and Pablo Ziegler Trio: SFJAZZ Presents Flamenco, Tango Virtuosos
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<p>Journey across the Atlantic with two peerless pianists. Spain’s Chano Domínguez delivers an electrifying take on the traditional flamenco; Grammy-winner and Astor Piazzolla veteran Pablo Ziegler showcases the vitality of Argentina’s New Tango in the post-Piazzolla era. </p>
Chano Dominguez Trio
- Chano Dominguez, piano
- Mario Rossy, double bass
- Marc Miralta, drums
- Pablo Ziegler, piano
- Claudio Ragazzi, guitar
- Hector del Curto, bandoneon
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