The Dominican Republic Jazz Festival returns with two concerts
It will take place on Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12 at Cabarete Beach, with national and international artists.
The agenda includes free music workshops and family activities.
Puerto Plata, D.R. November 2022. The Dominican Republic Jazz Festival Educational Foundation (FEDUJAZZ) announces the celebration of the twenty-fourth version of the Dominican Republic Jazz Festival with two free concerts to be held on November 11 and 12 at Cabarete beach, with the good music and vibes that characterize the event.
After a two-year break due to the health crisis that hit the world, the event returns with more force to offer “the music of musicians, jazz”, to the hundreds of people from all over the country and tourists from all over. of the world that meet at each concert.
With the official sponsorship of the Ministry of Tourism of the Dominican Republic, the version of the DR Jazz Festival 2022 will feature the participation of national and international artists, such as the Equatoguinean-Spanish singer, Buika, who stands out in different musical genres such as flamenco, jazz , tango and boleros, as well as Grupo Bonyé, with a repertoire that includes son, guaracha, montuno, traditional son, salsa, salve and merengue.
“We are extremely happy and excited to bring back these concerts that with good music unite hundreds of people who love jazz, which has a positive impact on children and adolescents who learn music through the foundation and the collaboration of so many people, companies and institutions that believe in the hard work of the foundation and our team”, said Maria Elena Gratereaux, president of FeduJazz.
In addition to the presentations of important musicians and singers, the DR Jazz Festival 2022, like its previous installments, offers a wide and interesting agenda that includes different free musical educational workshops, offered by professional musicians; jam sessions for those who want to improvise, as well as activities for the whole family that will take place in Sosúa.
With the realization of these concerts that cover the north of the country with rhythm and flavor in each concert, where some of the best jazz groups and musicians in the world perform, more than 80 children with limited resources will benefit from classes in different musical instruments such as piano, drums, saxophone, guitar, bass, violin, cello, among other instruments, using Jazz as a teaching platform.