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Concert schedule

17/04

19:00h

Zefiro Torna – Ensemble Méridien + Manel Camp, Matthew Simon & Gemma Abrié

Ensemble Méridien + Manel Camp, Matthew Simon & Gemma Abrié

Jazz / Música Antiga

Teatre Municipal Cooperativa

Barberà del Vallès

24/04

18:00h

Manel Camp – “Big, Big Band” al Kursaal

Manel Camp, Big Band, Gemma Abrié

Big Band / Jazz / Mediterrània

Teatre Kursaal

Manresa

02/05

12:00h

Gemma Abrié & Josep Traver Duet a Malgrat de Mar

Gemma Abrié & Josep Traver Duet

Jazz, Pop, Boleros

La Barretina

Malgrat de Mar

15/05

20:30h

“El Viatge de les Mans” – Toni Xuclà, Clàudia Cabero & Gemma Abrié a Vistabella

Toni Xuclà, Clàudia Cabero, Gemma Abrié

Cançó, poesia

per confirmar

Vistabella

Latest albums

Roigé Ingràvid

Segell Microscopi (2020)

Amalgama

Temps Record (2016)

DISCOVER GEMMA ABRIÉ

'Les Bordes d'Artamont' is a small treasure that Gemma Abrié found among family memories. It’s a poem that Josep Tarragó dedicated to the remotest places of the Catalan Pyrenees, in particular, the Valley of Cardós and the Valley of Lladorre. The song that inspired this poem is a very intimate journey to its Pyrenean roots, where Munir Hossn accompanies her, taken by a train of different stops called Amalgama.

AMALGAMA FEAT. MUNIR HOSSN

It’s a jazz exploration from Barcelona to the musical culture of Mediterranean and Atlantic influence, from Catalonia to Brazil, from France to the United States, where Gemma Abrié puts her voice to the service of the multi-faceted Brazilian guitarist Munir Hossn. This project feeds on the trips, the meetings and the acquisition of knowledges from different musical traditions of the singer during her trajectory.

Listen to the album

A VOICE WITH PERSONALITY IN THE JAZZ PANORAMA IN BARCELONA

Gemma Abrié is portrayed as a versatile artist, close, with great personality and communicative strength who, above all, is happy singing. From this love for music are born the main projects that are currently in her hands.

© Gemma Abrié 2021