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Spanish flamenco guitarist Tomatito joined Dominican pianist Michel Camilo on the Latin Grammy Award-winning Spain.
October 13, 2011 When these cross-continental art forms meet, the result is beautifully rhythmic and dramatic.
A native of the Dominican Republic, Michel Camilo is one of the most energetic pianists in jazz.
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July 12, 2011 Wouldn't it be nice to just drop whatever you're doing right now and go on a nice, leisurely Caribbean vacation? Well, you can — sort of. Let your mind sail through the Caribbean by listening to some music from a few of the many fine jazz artists who were born on the Caribbean islands.
Hiromi performs at Newport Jazz.
July 29, 2010 At Newport's Harbor Stage, Hiromi's stride-style left hand pumps rhythm to support the fabulous speed and articulation of her right. And on the Main Stage, the Michel Camilo Trio plays his signature arrangement of "Poinciana" and ends his set with a lively "A Night in Tunisia."
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Michel Camilo performs at Newport Jazz.
August 9, 2009 He was 16 when he debuted in his native Dominican Republic. Nearly four decades later, he's become a virtuosic Latin jazz pianist. He presents his trio, swimming in modern tropical stylings, live.
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February 2, 2007 Born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New York, the pianist has earned a reputation as a ferocious jazz player — and lately, as a classical stylist, too. Camilo performs originals, classics and selections from across the Afro-Latin tradition.
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