Alfredo Rodriguez Trio


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In 2006, Alfredo Rodriguez was selected as one of twelve pianists from around the world to play at the Montreux Jazz Festival. In Montreux, Alfredo struck a chord in legendary music producer Quincy Jones who noticed Alfredo immense talent and decided to begin working with Alfredo. Since then Alfredo pursued his musical career in the US and start touring in the biggest festivals in the world. His debut CD was released in early 2011 with Alfredo's influences from Bach and Beethoven to Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock being displayed prominently. (FFJM © 2011)

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Live Music at its best, Since 1967

Founded by Claude Nobs in 1967, over the years the Montreux Jazz Festival has become an unmissable event for music fans in Switzerland and around the world. Its stages have been graced by all of music’s greats, from Miles Davis to Ray Charles and from David Bowie to Prince.

Whereas Jazz constitutes the Festival’s historic core, other styles of music were quickly integrated into the Festival, bound together by a common thread of mutual curiosity and enthusiasm.

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