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Event Archive - Gabriel Palatchi returns to Hermann's Jazz Club on Saturday October 5th after his sell out show during the Tango Festival!: Gabriel Palatchi, Sean Drabitt, Daniel Lapp, Kelby MacNayr

Sat. October 5th 2013 20:00 - 23:00 doors at 18:00 Hermann's Jazz Club (All Ages) 20:00 - 23:00 doors at 18:00
$16 ADV / $20 DOOR
Presented by: Hermann's Jazz Club
Gabriel Palatchi returns to Hermann's Jazz Club on Saturday October 5th after his sell out show during the Tango Festival!

Featuring GABRIEL PALATCHI piano, DANIEL LAPP violin, SEAN DRABBIT bass & KELBY MACNAYR drums.

Tickets $16 ADV / $20 Door

Advanced tickets @ Lyle's Place on Yates Street, Ditch Records [service charges apply], Hermann's Jazz Club [no service charges] and The Makehouse on Fort Street [no service charges]

Gabriel Palatchi was born on August 3, 1982 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. At the age of 8, he started his first piano lessons. He then went on to study classical music at the conservatory Manuel de Falla school in Argentina. His studies led him to a Musical Production degree from the ORT High School. He further expanded his studies with a degree in music from the Berklee international School from Argentina. During this time he studied under many great maestros of Blues, Tango, Jazz and Latin Jazz such as Alvaro Torres, Ricardo Nole and Ernesto Jodos.

After graduating in 2008, he packed up his piano and started to travel to expand on his musical studies and experiences.

It was in Cuba where he met and studied with several maestros including the master “Chucho” Valdez. He continued his travels to Mexico, where he continued to expand on his musical studies and experience. These travels continue today. Gabriel’s experiences led to the composition and production of his first solo CD entitled “Diario de Viaje” (Travel Diary). On this CD, he has gathered the musical arrangements from over 20 accomplished musicians from Latin America. With deep roots in Afro-Cuban and Latin jazz, he has fused together an original sound and style of music that includes Tango, Arabian, Salsa , Funk & Electronic.


For the last two years the Gabriel Palatchi Band has toured throughout various parts of Argentina, Mexico and Canada, performing at important venues and international music festivals including the Kaslo Jazz Festival, Starbelly Jam Music Festival, Caribbean Days Festival, Fiestaval Latin Festival and Central Music Festival. The promotional tour for “Diario de Viaje” (travel diary), has been incredibly successful, creating a buzz in each local music scene that the band visits.

After the release of “Diario de Viaje” in 2010, the album was chosen as one of the best Latin Jazz albums of the year by JAZZ FM Toronto 91.1. The album is being played on several radio stations all over the world from Alaska through to South America, Europe and the Middle East and even as far as Australia. It has been reviewed and featured on the Latin Jazz Network, Ejazznews, Rolling Stone Magazine, The Toronto Star, Salsa Son Timba Colombia, Newstime South Africa, and Inside World Music among others.

Currently Gabriel is based between Canada (Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal), Mexico (Caribbean and Mexico City) and Argentina (Buenos Aires). The new CD ‘Caja Musical’ was released in may 2013, recorded in Buenos Aires with great argentinian guest musicians. Following the release, the Gabriel Palatchi Band will be touring Canada, Mexico and Europe showcasing his new CD.

Doors open 6pm / Show 8pm

Please note that Hermann's Jazz Club only accepts reservations for groups of 6 more.

Sean Drabitt

A jazz bass player for over 20 years, Sean Drabitt is justly known as a classic jazz bassist and is highly sought after by the local jazz scene. One of Drabitt’s more unique projects is his tribute to Jaco Pastorious, the supremely funky bass virtuoso. Sean is presenting an afternoon of Jaco's music with an a outstanding group of local jazz music... more info

Daniel Lapp (Fiddler, Jazz trumpeter, singer/songwriter)

As a fiddler, jazz trumpeter and singer/songwriter, Daniel has played on over 100 albums and performed across Canada, Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, Finland and Germany. At EXPO 2000 he represented Canada in Hanover, Germany with an ensemble of 10 violinists from all genres of music called �World On A String�. In this ensemble, now named ... more info
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