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Jazz at MOCA Presents the DLP Collective
(Published: September 24, 2015)

Sept 25 at 8 PM
Museum of Contemporary Art
770 NE 125 St
North Miami FL


A fixture in the New York music scene, Cuban born bassist Ariel Alejandro de la Portilla combines elements of jazz, Afrocuban and funk in his unique brand of improvised music. With an emphasis on melody and groove, Ariel combines his eclectic musical vocabulary into a journey of soulful improvised exploration. A unique voice on both upright and electric bass, Ariel Alejandro DLP's diversity reflects his wide-ranging musical journey.

Ariel Alejandro has shared the stage with artists ranging from singer-songwriters such as Amber Rubarth and Jessy Tomsko, to Ray Vega, Peter Erskine, Patato Valdez, Dave Valentin, Bill O'Connell, Edy Martinez, Willie Martinez, Eddie Daniels, Jeremy Pelt, Sonny Bravo, and legendary percussionists like Candido Camero and Giovanni Hidalgo,

Most recent projects include touring with Grammy-nominated cellist Dave Eggar and percussionist Chuck Palmer, The Noah Haidu Quartet, Jessy Tomsko, Julio Monterrey and the 2's and 4's, Afromantra, Hammerstep and The Craig Street Ramblers. Ariel also performs throughout New York with various local ensembles and dance bands.

Tonight's performers include the great trumpet player Steve Gluzband, a great musician from the era of salsa and Latin Jazz in New York and collaborator with Ray Barreto for more than 20 years. Also featured are the great flamenco guitarist Jose Luis Rodriguez, the beautiful voices of Nicolle War and Maria Quintanilla, and outstanding musicians from Miami and New York.

More Information: http://mocanomi.org

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