Doors open 11.30am. Concert 12.00pm. Tickets £10 online or £12 OTD.
(Booking online is the only guarantee of entry as these concerts are proving very popular!)
Sunday’s will never be the same with CICCIC’s Sunday, Jazz, Classical & World Music concerts and with amazing talent and great music you’d be silly not to be part of these amazing gigs.
To kick start our regular Sunday events we have Bronze Medal Winner at the Global Music Awards 2020 Luis Martelo and with the ear massaging acoustics of our hall, licensed bar and the best coffee in town everyone is guaranteed an experience not to be forgotten.
About Luis Martelo
Luis Martelo is a Portuguese Trumpet Player based in Taunton, Bronze Medal Winner at the Global Music Awards as the 3rd best instrumentalist in the world in 2020, prize equivalent to the Grammys for independent musicians, where he was also nominated to the Category of Best Latin Jazz Soloist. Also in 2020 was nominated by the Cinderella awards to the Best theatre musicians. Luis started his career at the Portuguese Army Symphonic Band, recorded for a lot of famous artists in Portugal and the UK including soundtracks for Hollywood movies. His Debut solo album is out now and his called “All of me”.
About the show:
Chorando Saudade is the name of Luis Solo show, the same that gave him the prize and two nominations at the global music awards. It is a show full of memories, dance and great feelings from the past. Around the world and all the gold music era, Luis goes from Louis Armstrong with Hello Dolly, Glen Miller, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, to the latin feelings of Sway, Besame Mucho, Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps, Harry James with It’s been a long long time, to Astor Piazzolla’s tango in Argentina, to Tom Jobim’s bossa nova in Brazil, to the Portuguese world famous Fado, Elvis Presley, Queen, Beatles and many more, and of course Luis’ own original music also within the same styles and quality. One guarantee is that you won’t stop singing and tapping your feet, and yes maybe crying a bit too with some happy memories, just don’t let them see it.