Emilio Teubal “Musica Para un Dragon Dormido” CD release show Emilio Teubal “Musica Para un Dragon Dormido” CD release show

Wed April 3rd, 2013


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Minimum Age: 18+

Doors Open: 10:00PM

Show Time: 10:30PM

Event Ticket: $15

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Emilio Teubal: Piano and Keyboard
Sam Sadigursky: Clarinet and Tenor/Sop Sax
Moto Fukushima: 6 String- Electric Bass
John Hadfield: Percussion
Marika Hughes: Cello
“A gifted musician and composer [with] an inner ear that is sharp and intelligent” – Latin Jazz Network
“He sounds like no one else. This is a CD worth checking out, and a musician worth watching.” – The Big City Blog
“Complex and forward thinking while remaining elegant, accessible, and even danceable at times.” – Jazz Inside


Argentinean pianist/composer Emilio Teubal celebrates the release of his complex and beautiful third album as a leader, Musica Para Un Dragon Dormido, released on Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records. The album features some of Teubal’s longtime collaborators, Moto Fukushima, Sam Sadigursky and John Hadfield, plus special guests Erik Friedlander and Satoshi Takeishi. This recording is Teubal’s follow up to his previous critically acclaimed CDs, La Balteuband (2006), and Un Monton de Notas (2009), which Jazzchicago.net called “one of the strongest Latin jazz albums of the year . . . highly recommend for listeners looking for something new.”
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A standing room area is available by the bar for all guests who purchase “Standing Room” tickets. Food and beverage can be purchased at the bar but there is no minimum purchase required in this area.
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Emilio Teubal “Musica Para un Dragon Dormido” CD release show

Pianist/Composer Emilio Teubal was born in Madrid, Spain in 1976. At that time, his parents were in exile from the dictatorship government in Argentina. After a year in Spain, the whole family moved to Mexico City where they spent five years. In 1984, with the return of the democracy, his family moved back to Argentina. Once in Buenos Aires, Teubal started playing the piano at the age of nine. He studied at the National Conservatory, and composition, arranging, and orchestration with private teachers. He was a very active performer in the tango and jazz scene of Buenos Aires until 1999, when he relocate to New York City to continue his musical studies, earning a BFA in Music from the City College of New York, graduating Magna Cum Laude. He also received the Bushwick Composition Award for two consecutive years. At CCNY his teachers included prominent jazz figures such as Marc Copland, Scott Reeves, Bruce Barth, Mike Holober, John Patitucci, Cliff Korman and Ron Carter.

Emilio has performed as a leader in some of the most prestigious venues in New York City, among them the Iridium, Joe’s Pub, the Knitting Factory, BAM cafe , Cornelia Street Cafe, the 55 Bar, as well as major jazz festivals.

In 2007, Emilio was awarded Meet The Composer’s prestigious Van Lier Fellowship, which provides support for talented, culturally diverse young people who are seriously dedicated to a career in the arts.

His credits include performances and recordings with artists like the Grammy award winners Raul Jaurena and Fernando Otero, Erik Friedlander, Hector del Curto, Bob Mover, John Benitez, Lucia Pulido, Pedro Giraudo, Lisandro Adrover, Miguel Bertero, and Astor Piazolla’s legendary violinist Fernando Suarez Paz. Teubal has also been a steady member of different New York based bands like Sebastian Cruz’s Coba, and Los Chantas Tango Group, and the Marta Gomez Group, with whom he has toured the U.S., Mexico, Spain and Argentina.

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