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Sax and Flute
Vocals – Middelburg, Holland
Maarten was a part of the popular band Melou, fronted by American singer Annie Goodchild before forming his own band in 2009. Part psychedelic rock and part folk, Maarten’s songwriting skills and knack for vocal harmony arrangement makes him an integral part of any group.
percussion – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Making up the other half of Selva de Mar, Argentine percussionist and hang player Pablo Wayne is known for getting sounds out of any object that is put in front of him. His sense of groove and development of rhythm comes from his years of experience playing with artists from around the world.
Saxophon – Avignon, France
Saxophonist “Mateo” has been an important part of the Barcelona funk scene for over a decade. He regularly sits in on sessions from the top bands, and his styles range from Afro and Latin to pop and jazz.
Violin – Haifa, Israel
Israeli cellist Sasha Agranov grew up in Haifa, but has a sound as unique as his personality. He has recorded four albums with his duo Selva de Mar, and is active in the world of circus in Europe. He infuses Middle Eastern influences with classical technique, and his personality shines in every note that he plays.
Trumpet – Barcelona, Spain
Marc is from Barcelona, where he has had his own quartet, played with jazz and funk groups, and built his reputation for the warm round sound that he achieves. He is the leading force in the Souljazz group Vermut Time, and has years of experience in the studio.
Trumpet – California, USA
From Northern California, Nick is a true character in the Barcelona music scene. He played with the widely successful band Calima before starting his own band The Johnny Freelance Experience. He is known for using his trumpet with effects pedals and processing his sounds while playing live.
Singer – Tel Aviv, Israel
“Tula” has been a main voice in the massively successful Playing For Change for over 8 years. She released her debut album “Sheelá” in 2012, and she regularly tours internationally, having shared the stage with Robert Plant among other legends.
Bass- Basque Country, Spain
Originally from the Basque region, Miguel is an accomplished contrabass and electric bass player, whose 15 years in Barcelona has found him playing with the top jazz groups. He is also an important part of the bands of Amanda Jayne and Maarten Swaan, where his song-writing and arrangement skills are put to use.
violin – Black Forest, Germany
German violinist Lisa Bause spent 10 years with the incredibly popular flamenco trio Las Migas, fronted by Silvia Perez Cruz. Her unique style and experience playing music from the Balkans and Southern Spain have given her a sound that no one else in Europe can imitate.
Drums – Barcelona, Spain
Super-drummer Oriol Roca has played with Spanish hip-hop legend Mala Rodriguez and Catalan producer Refree, but he is known as one of the most sought-after drummers in the Spanish jazz scene. He has recorded over 40 albums, and continues to be one of the hardest working drummers in Spain.
Keyboards – Santander, Spain
Classically-trained from Santander, Arecio made his name playing with Spanish hip-hop star Rapsusklei and Catalan electro funk trio Astrio. His 15+ years in the Spanish music industry has seen him playing the biggest stages and recording dozens of albums.
Director – Paris, France
Laurent is an accomplished director, whose list of music videos includes A-list artists from Beyoncé and Tori Amos to the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Death Cab For Cutie. By chance, Laurent was in Barcelona during the recording process of The Good Project and was able to document every session and eventually turn the photos into the design of the album.
Producer – New York, USA
American producer Dave Bianchi got his start producing numerous top syndicated radio shows in the USA. In 2006 he moved to Barcelona, where he opened the recording studio The Emergency Room and the adjoined record label Whatabout Music. By 2014, Dave had produced over 80 albums with 60 bands. His reputation has now extended past Europe into Israel, The States, and South America. Whatabout Music now features 42 bands with over 70 releases. www.whataboutmusic.com
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שאנן סטריט 2014