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In this album, Five verses, Carlos Zaragoza shows his commitment to the evolution of the saxophone by expanding it's sound possibilities. In addition, with the collaboration of pianist Kishin Nagai, they highlight the music-poetry binomial by bringing together five pieces written in the last hundred years and linked to original texts in four different languages: French, German, English, and Spanish. The lyrical and expressive quality of Zaragoza's playing, as well as his mastery of technique, make the saxophone interpolate the listener as if they were "singing" the inspirational verses of each text through his distinctive voice.Carlos Zaragoza is a saxophonist of extraordinary versatility. His musical expressiveness reflects the richness of his artistic personality, revealing a deep understanding of diverse artistic currents. He has performed in prestigious festivals and concert halls such as the Salle Cortot in Paris (France), the Auditorium of Zaragoza (Spain), the Theatre de l'Alliance Francaise (Paris, France), the Festival France Musique Occitanie Montpellier, and the Festival de Breuillet. Kishin Nagai studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Geidai) and at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP) where he completed his bachelor's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, and Accompaniment, as well as master's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, Vocal Accompaniment and Piano Accompaniment. He has already performed at major concert halls, festivals, and on radio station such as Salle Cortot in Paris, Wigmore Hall in London, La Roque d'Antheron International Piano Festival and Radio France.
In this album, Five verses, Carlos Zaragoza shows his commitment to the evolution of the saxophone by expanding it's sound possibilities. In addition, with the collaboration of pianist Kishin Nagai, they highlight the music-poetry binomial by bringing together five pieces written in the last hundred years and linked to original texts in four different languages: French, German, English, and Spanish. The lyrical and expressive quality of Zaragoza's playing, as well as his mastery of technique, make the saxophone interpolate the listener as if they were "singing" the inspirational verses of each text through his distinctive voice.Carlos Zaragoza is a saxophonist of extraordinary versatility. His musical expressiveness reflects the richness of his artistic personality, revealing a deep understanding of diverse artistic currents. He has performed in prestigious festivals and concert halls such as the Salle Cortot in Paris (France), the Auditorium of Zaragoza (Spain), the Theatre de l'Alliance Francaise (Paris, France), the Festival France Musique Occitanie Montpellier, and the Festival de Breuillet. Kishin Nagai studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Geidai) and at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP) where he completed his bachelor's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, and Accompaniment, as well as master's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, Vocal Accompaniment and Piano Accompaniment. He has already performed at major concert halls, festivals, and on radio station such as Salle Cortot in Paris, Wigmore Hall in London, La Roque d'Antheron International Piano Festival and Radio France.
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Five Verses
Artist: Bass / Caplet / Zaragoza
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In this album, Five verses, Carlos Zaragoza shows his commitment to the evolution of the saxophone by expanding it's sound possibilities. In addition, with the collaboration of pianist Kishin Nagai, they highlight the music-poetry binomial by bringing together five pieces written in the last hundred years and linked to original texts in four different languages: French, German, English, and Spanish. The lyrical and expressive quality of Zaragoza's playing, as well as his mastery of technique, make the saxophone interpolate the listener as if they were "singing" the inspirational verses of each text through his distinctive voice.Carlos Zaragoza is a saxophonist of extraordinary versatility. His musical expressiveness reflects the richness of his artistic personality, revealing a deep understanding of diverse artistic currents. He has performed in prestigious festivals and concert halls such as the Salle Cortot in Paris (France), the Auditorium of Zaragoza (Spain), the Theatre de l'Alliance Francaise (Paris, France), the Festival France Musique Occitanie Montpellier, and the Festival de Breuillet. Kishin Nagai studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo Geidai) and at the Paris Conservatoire (CNSMDP) where he completed his bachelor's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, and Accompaniment, as well as master's degrees in Piano, Chamber Music, Vocal Accompaniment and Piano Accompaniment. He has already performed at major concert halls, festivals, and on radio station such as Salle Cortot in Paris, Wigmore Hall in London, La Roque d'Antheron International Piano Festival and Radio France.
        
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