Felipe Lamoglia Quartet at Van Dyke 6/17/10

KCC Productions and the Van Dyke Café present The Felipe Lamoglia Quartet
Thursday, June 17, from 9 PM – 1 AM
846 Lincoln Road, South Beach

Felipe Lamoglia is a Cuban saxophonist, composer, and arranger, born in Holguin, Cuba. After moving to the United States in 1999, he started playing locally with great artists such as the late Celia Cruz, and also began performing regularly with Grammy Award-winner Arturo Sandoval in 2001. Recently Felipe worked as a producer in Arturo Sandoval’s latest album Rumba Palace, contributing as performer, arranger, and composer, and won a Grammy Award in 2008. By the end of 2007 his first solo album, Dimensions, recorded in Brazil, was released. This project incorporates his Afro-Cuban roots with strong influences of Jazz and Brazilian music. “I can assure you no other place in the world deserves my solo debut more. I really hope that everyone who in one way or another has followed and supported my music through all these years can enjoy this album and receive my sincere thanks through all my music.”

Felipe Lamoglia, saxophones
Martin Bejerano, piano
Kurt Hengstebeck, bass
Carlomagno Araya, drums

The Van Dyke Cafe
KCC Productions