Gil Gutiérrez Trio

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Gil Gutiérrez Trio


Guitar virtuoso Gil Gutiérrez joins Dave Rodriguez, upright bass and Bob Stern, violin for an evening of vibrant flamenco, jazz + classical

By Caffe Lena

When and where

Date and time

Friday, May 12 · 8 - 10pm EDT.


Caffe Lena 47 Phila Street Saratoga Springs, NY 12866

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Refunds up to 1 day before event

About this event

  • 2 hours
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Gil Gutiérrez is a virtuoso that has mastered the nylon string guitar. He is known throughout the music industry as one of Mexico’s finest musicians with an unimaginable artistry in merging classical, jazz, and flamenco. Gutiérrez is revered among fellow musicians and attracts many celebrities to his performances, many of whom have spontaneously jumped on stage joining his jam session. Gutiérrez has established an avid following throughout Latin America, the U.S., and Spain with his classically trained mastery of jazz, flamenco, and son Cubano. “Gil Gutierrez brings the fullest meaning to the word, ‘virtuoso.’ Whether it is jazz, or pure classical, he brings sensitivity and excitement to the music. Gil, my dear friend, thanks for each gorgeous note” (Doc Severinsen).

Constantly pushing boundaries as a musical director, he brings together new combinations of musicians and musical styles. Joining Gutiérrez on stage will be Dave Rodriguez (upright bass) and Bob Stern (violin). Rodriguez, a Grammy and Emmy-nominated producer and performer has played venues from Carnegie Hall to the Apollo Theater. He’s worked with artists ranging from Max Roach to Tito Puente to the Rochester Philharmonic. Stern has performed with classical and pop artists, including Jerry Miller (Moby Grape), Charlie Prichard, and Laura Branigan. One fan of the trio urges, “Don't miss an opportunity to see these great musicians make beautiful music.”

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About the organizer

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Caffe Lena

Caffè Lena presents extraordinary music in an intimate setting steeped in history. It is widely recognized as the longest continuously operating folk music venue in the United States. The Library of Congress calls Caffè Lena “An American treasure,” and we have been recognized by The GRAMMY Foundation for our important contributions to the development of American music.