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Chano Domínguez is one of the most famous jazz pianists and composers. Its singular work is defined by its flamenco origins. He dazzled all types of audiences, collaborating with musicians who belong to both the […]

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Chano Domínguez

Chano Domínguez is one of the most famous jazz pianists and composers. Its singular work is defined by its flamenco origins.
He dazzled all types of audiences, collaborating with musicians who belong to both the world of jazz and flamenco such as Paco de Lucía, Enrique Morente, Jorge Pardo, Carles Benavent, Martyrdom, Wynton Marsalis, Paquito d’Rivera, Jack DeJohnette, Herbie Hancock , Jerry Gonzalez, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Michel Camino, Chucho Valdés, Joe Lovano and George Mraz, among others.
Chano has achieved an unusual integration between the rhythms and languages ​​of jazz and flamenco, creating a unique style that includes the best musicians who practice this art form. Acclaimed internationally, he has influenced and changed the history of flamenco-jazz. His music has been played by numerous ensembles and orchestras such as: Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, WDR Cologne Big Band, Orquesta Nacional de España,
In 2016 he was nominated for his fourth Grammy, this time in Latin Grammy, for his album “Bendito”, of which Chano is producer, composer and pianist, accompanied by his favorite “cantaor” (flamenco singer) Blas Cordoba aka “El Kejio”.
Chano is also an experienced teacher, taking care of specialization courses, workshops and master classes.
He previously taught at the Taller de Músics in Barcelona, ​​at the Conservatory of Music in Bogotá, at the Julliard School in New York and at the School of Music of the University of Washington, among others.
Chano currently lives in New York, where Sunnyside Records has just released his new solo piano album Over the Rainbow.