International solists and groups, young talents, local ensembles… Tubala gathers tons of music every year on the scenario.

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David Pastor jazz trio

December 3rd / 19:00 

Price:  3 €

The 8th edition of the festival starts jazzily among the melodies of Maestro David Pastor, an international trumpet soloist. The stage welcomes several jazz standards which will be a conversation between the musicians, who will create the songs in real time improvising, making each piece unique: that is jazz. Pastor will be joined by a trio formed by saxophonist Jon Zufiaurre, drummer Xabier Olcoz and bassist Guillermo Soloaga.

Fresh, jazz, brass

Magna Boskotea + David Pastor

December 4th / 19:00

Price:  3 €

The five members of Magna Boskotea know it well: a concert must be something fresh and original. The group, that has taken part in festivals like the International Bermeo’s Music Week or Bakio’s Music Week, brings to our event a dynamic repertoire that mixes short pieces, folklore scents and lots of energy.

In the second part of the concert, the quintet will share the stage with the renowned jazz trumpeter David Pastor, who has a wide career as soloist and teacher. With him, they will perform arrangements on Thelonious Monk compositions for brass quintet and solo trumpet.

Euskadi Brass gurekin

December 5th/ 19:00

Price:  3 €

Euskadi Brass is more than a music chamber group: it is a musical family where students, amateurs and professional brass musicians connect through music and, thanks to them, the public enjoys and gets involved.

Alberto Urretxo, its founder and principal trombone of Bilbao’s Symphonic Orchestra, invites us to get on a sound train and visit endless places in order to balance this year, the one we could barely travel. In line with the project’s soul, the show will have the participation of Tafalla’s young brass students in order to perform Beethoven in the year of his 250 anniversary with the help of the wind band conductor Óscar de Esteban. In addition, the concert will contain the premiere of a commissioned work by the trombonist and composer Eneko Azparren.