The Cloister of Sant Domingo will host a new edition of IncaJazz

Jun 27, 2023 | Current affairs, Featured, Revista Lloseta, Thursday Daily Bulletin, Tradition

  • Admission to the concerts will be for the benefit of the Centro de Educación Especial Juan XXIII in collaboration with the Espacio Cultural Can Blancos.
  • The three performances will take place at 9 p.m. on the first three Sundays of July.

The cloister of Sant Domingo will be the setting for the concerts of the new edition of IncaJazz, which has been presented today.

Thus, the first performance of the seventh edition of IncaJazz will be on the 2nd of July, by the acoustic quartet Dragonera Tango, which approaches tango from a modern and open approach, within the interpretative codes of the genre. In their repertoire, they recreate classics from different periods and also new compositions, through arrangements in which improvisation in tango style takes place. In addition to tangos, waltzes and milonges, Dragonera also presents zambas, choros, boleros and other rhythms closely related to tango, in a commitment to universal music without frontiers.

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Then, on 9 July, Geometrical Sardine will perform in the Cloister of Sant Domingo. Geometrical Sardine is the result of the union of three members who began their musical relationship after first studying classical music and then jazz at the Conservatory of Music of the Balearic Islands. Before coming together in the summer of 2021, each of them had extensive experience in a variety of bands and musical formations of national and international renown: Antònia Font, Ensemble ACA, BOC, Dinamo… All in all, when they come together they form a good tandem and their maximum potential is to be found in live music.

Mon Joan Tiquat will be in charge of closing IncaJazz 2023 with his performance on the 16th of July. The musician Joan Vila (Es Pont d’Inca, 1991) took the stage at the age of four to perform the opera “La Flauta Màgica” and, as it were, he has not come down. He has studied classical percussion and piano and plays the cello, guitar and trumpet. Since 2015 he has been creating soundtracks for the live arts, having played many different disciplines such as text theatre, gesture theatre, circus, improvisation and dance. It was not until his worldwide confinement that he took the opportunity to create the first album of his own songs.

All the concerts of the sixth edition of Incajazz will be held at 9 p.m. in the courtyard of the Cloister of Sant Domingo. Tickets will benefit the Espai Cultural Can Blancos and the Joan XXIII Special Education Centre. The complete programme of the festival can be consulted here: