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The XXIX International Canarian Festival Jazz & Más is in Adeje this Saturday 

The Plaza de España will host this free concert but as capacity is limited you will have to book, www.tomaticket.es

The XXIX International Canarian Festival Jazz & Más comes to
Adeje this Saturday, August 1st, when the Plaza de España will host
one of the concerts as part of this annual jazz event.

Given the fact that capacity is currently limited for outdoor
events, you will need to book tickets in advance, online at www.tomaticket.es. The concert begins at
8.30pm with the Mónica Santana Project (Canarias) and the North Sea String
Quartet (Netherlands).

Mónica Santana Project

A native of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Mónica Santana studied
singing and guitar from the age of 11, and was introduced to Canarian
traditional music. Later on she was a co-founder of the Tabona folk
group.  After a few years she extended her repertoire to include island
pop sounds, and sang in concerts, musicals, etc. Recently she made a radical
shift to the world of jazz, soul and blues. 

Her first disc of her own work was I’m gonna love you includes
seven original songs and reflects her eclectic choices – from blues to bossa,
swing, modern jazz and more.  She will be on stage with Miguel Ángel
Ramírez (sax and voice), Micky Delgado (piano), Suso Vega (drums), Samantha de
León (bass), and Ernesto Montenegro (trumpet).

North Sea String Quartet & Javier Infante

This jazz-folk string quartet from the Netherlands will perform
with Canarian guitarist and composer Javier Infante, presenting Electric
, a vibrant and unique collaboration converging acoustic and
electric sounds.  The eight different pieces, written by Javier Infante,
reflect the many different musical influences from North Africa, contemporary
jazz and much more. The quartet bring their own innovative rhythms and beats
–at times if feels like there are drums on stage too as the musicians create
an  impressive creative and experimental spirit through their melodies and

The quartet have been together since 2016, and have always
explored diverse styles and sounds, with Latin folklore, African and Canarian
influences reflected in their compositions.   Javier Infante is from
Gran Canaria and has many albums under his belt, both as a performer and

On stage: Javier Infante (guitar), Pablo Rodríguez (violin),
Karin van Kooten (violin), Yanna Pelser (viola) and Thomas van Geelen (cello).