Joni Mitchell (Fort MacLeod, Canada, 1943) is one of the symbols of songwriting of the 70s, not only because Their repertoire extends to pop and jazz as well, With collaborations with stalwarts like Charles Mingus – which he would dedicate to one of his most beautiful albums, mingus, since 1979—, Pat Metheny, Jaco Pastorius or Wayne Shorter. “Their songs are explaining to the world and telling us what we have been for more than fifty years,” he points to the organization of Mallorca Jazz sa Pobla, a festival that takes place on 16 August in the Parc de Can Cirera. Will pay tribute Prime (on 22 hours), with a performance of Guada Alvarez Quintet – Joni Mitchell Letter,
The idea for this tribute was born a few years ago by a Majorcan musician and producer Tony Brune with the Vittoria-Gasteiz Conservatory, with the aim of adding energy to the fight against breast cancer, although in this case the proceeds will go to home of memory associationA non-profit organization that aims to work with families and patients with Alzheimer’s or other dementia.
Guada Alvarez Quintet – Joni Michele Letters is led by Guadalupe Alvarez of LuchiaSinger and musician from Buenos Aires who, as an actress, has also appeared in various television productions. is complete with quintet Joshua Santos, pianist, saxophonist and composer; majorcan Joseph Veramusician and double bass player; Tony Brune, a Majorcan music producer based in Madrid; and Valencian edu olmedoOne of the most personal and creative drummers on our scene.