17º Festival de Jazz de Panamá – Fundación Danilo Pérez y Pj Anderson


  • Flyers:
  • Date: Monday January 13, 2020 - Friday January 17, 2020
  • Time: 6:00 pm
  • Venue:
  • Address: Av Omar Torrijos Herrera
    Clayton, Panama
  • Parking: Street, Parking Lot/Structure
  • Categories: Arts & Culture - Music

Event Description:

From January 13 to 18, the “17th Panama Jazz Festival”, “The Great Patio Party” will be held in tribute to “Reggie Johnson”. In this edition and as is tradition, different activities will be carried out, including: clinics, auditions, symposia, live art, workshops, concerts, jam sessions and global stage. It will be a musical and cultural party that will have the presence not only of the honoree, but of talented artists of national and international stature.

This time the invitation is for this Tuesday, January 14, at 6:00 pm to the concert of the “Dánilo Pérez Foundation” directed by the Swedish trombonist “Pj Anderson”, which will be held at the Holiday Inn Panama Canal, Ciudad del To know.

Talented local musicians and the prominent trombonist will delight you with an impeccable presentation, where they will interpret beautiful and varied melodies that will surely be to the liking of the audience.

“Danilo Pérez Foundation” (Panama): it was established in 2005 in Panama City, Republic of Panama, but the work and spirit that personifies its mission have its origins more than 50 years ago when Danilo Pérez Urriola, father of the pianist Panamanian of the same name, developed music education programs in Colon, Panama with young people at risk.

PJ Andersson (Sweden): Trombonist, composer and educator, a native of Nässjö, Sweden. He has three albums under his own name. In 2016, PJ began its first community outreach program in Toronto, Canada. Since then, he has worked with music for social change at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, USA. UU. and at the Panama Jazz Festival.

For more information you can contact: [email protected] / (507) 317-1466 or visit the attached links.


Video: PJ Andersson solo trombone
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