Fri, May 13th

Suzuki & Addere Sound

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Doors 6:30PM
Show 7PM
Advance Price $15
Door Price $15

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Suzuki & Addere Sound



Addere Sound



Adderesound
is the first musical group catalogued as Mexican Fusion comprised of 
top musicians from Mexico and New York City. Originated in Mexico and created by Rudyck Vidal (composer, arranger, bass player and vocalist) Adderesound evolved when Vidal and Marilyn Castillo (vocalist and composer) moved to New York City: where cultures collide and the genuine identity of the band emerges. From enhancing “Las inmortales de la epoca de oro” (“The inmortal songs of the golden age”) of Hispano-American countries with refreshing arrangements, Adderesound’s original compositions -from ballads, chilenas from Guerrero and norteñas- portray different settings and take the listeners to different regions and times of Mexico and other parts of the world. The creativeness and musicality of Rudyck Vidal and Marilyn Castillo render a tribute to the richness of Mexican folklore. New York City broadens their experiences and makes them embrace their traditions even more while creating a bond with different music of other nations that add to the unique sound of the band.

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Suzuki

  

Kotoe Suzuki Quintet plays Afro-Brazilian/Latin Jazz, including Kotoe’s vocal/instrumental originals that are eclectic in musical styles and diverse in emotional ranges.

Kotoe Suzuki, a Japanese native, started playing the piano at the age 3 and was trained in classical piano. As an extremely shy child, she began to improvise and compose her originals as a way of self-expression. In 2001, she moved to NYC to study Music Therapy at NYU’s graduate program. While working as a music therapist with a wide range of people who have diverse cultural backgrounds, she was exposed to diverse musical styles such as Blues, Jazz, Salsa, Samba, and Afro-Cuban. She studied jazz privately with Dan Kaufman, Renato Diz, and Afro-Brazilian/Latin jazz with twice-Grammy nominee, Hector Martignon, and vocal with Christina Correa and Maria Quintanilla. She has performed with her quartet/quintet and other bands in several venues in NYC, such as Symphony space, Greenwich hall, and Nuyorican poetry café. She has recently recorded her first album, which includes her vocal/instrumental originals and standards. 

Members: Samuel Torres (Perc.), Juan Felipe Mayorga (Drums), Rudyck Vidal 

Espinosa (Bass), Kotoe Suzuki (Piano, Vocals), TBA(Guitar)

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