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Illustrious musicians who, consummated by good art,

transmit a unique sensation with a deep feeling and a special glamor.


When you hear them play together, you can remember and feel again

every magical detail of life and many emotions.

Sandor`s Trio is a project of the Cuban pianist and composer Sandor Torres, who has already managed to gain public recognition in Cuba and Mexico and is now working in Russia. Sandor is known in Moscow in the past as a member of the Habana Caliente group. The Sandor´s Trio stands out with the original compositions of its director Sandor Torres, where he brings together different styles and genres and interprets the legendary themes of jazz, Cuban music, cover art and others.

Thanks to his talent as a composer, pianist and accompanist, Sandor managed to dance flamenco and jazz differently for the audience, combining Afro-Cuban roots and creating a unique style. This is a look at flamenco from the point of view of Afro-Cuban music in a variety of jazz arrangements. After all, it was Afro-Cuban music that, due to historical events, had a huge impact on flamenco. The uniqueness of the show also lies in the fact that throughout the concert there is interactive, communication with the public. Musicians interact not only among themselves, but also with the audience, creating a single cozy space. In 2019, Sandor´s Trio participated in the festivals Alter-Ego and (modern tango), La Noche Flamenca Plus.

Sandor Torres: was born in Cuba. Pianist, composer and arranger graduated from the National School of Music in Havana, Cuba. He has been awarded in various competitions inside and outside his country. In 2015 he was a finalist of the Ravel musical composition contest in several categories. Sandor, for several years in Cuba has worked in Cuban orchestras, ballet and dance schools and other dance companies. He has also collaborated with various theater companies. Since 2014 he moved to Russia, where he worked at the "Old Havana Restaurant". Later he founded his trio and since then he has worked in different settings and with several artists: the club “Art Cafe Durov” with flamenco dancer Elena Shulgina; to "Igor Butman Club" with Anna Volkova (singer), Tono Alcalde (Spanish guitarist and vocalist) and Pavel Skornyakov (saxophonist), "Academic Club" and "Andrei Makarevich" Club.

He also took part in his trio at the Alena Shulgin flamenco festival, Viva España festival, Alter Ego and Jam Session tango festival at the Andrei Makarevich and Ever Jazz Club, Yekaterinburg with Tono Alcalde.

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Norlan Maturell Rodriguez: professional percussionist born in Cuba. A graduate of the Raphael Samavilla Cultural Self-Improvement Center of Matanzas Province. He participated in various events, concerts and tours throughout the country, as well as international festivals.

In 2014, he came to Moscow as part of the Havana Caliente group and worked at the Old Havana restaurant in Moscow.

After the contract, he worked as an independent musician with the Oleg Butman Trio in jazz clubs and concert halls in Moscow. In particular, at the Moscow House of Music at a concert dedicated to the 50th anniversary of Oleg Butman together with famous New York and Russian musicians: Randy Brecker, Igor Butman, León Foster Thomas, Evgeny Pobozhiy, Vladimir Minin, Timofey Golberg and Leonid Agutin.

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Sergey Sokuler: bass guitarist, double bassist. He began his musical education with the piano. After graduating from a music school, he became interested in bass guitar, and later, having entered the State Musical College of Variety and Jazz Art, he became interested in double bass. He received his higher musical education at the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts.
Over the years, he worked with such groups and artists as Underwood, Irakli Pirtskhalava, Natalya Vlasova, Lyudmila Sokolova, Sophie Okran (ex-Kvartal), Levon Oganezov, performed with the PM group (ex-Prime Minister ”), Garik Sukachev and many others.
Played several times with singer Deborah Davis (USA). Toured abroad (Switzerland, Canada). In particular, in 2011 he went on a tour of Canada with the Buryat singer Namgar Lkhasaranova and her team, which lasted a month and a half. Twice he was a participant of the Bass-day Moscow festival in 2013 and in 2016, where he performed compositions of his own composition.
In 2015, Sergey began to collaborate with Peter Nalich, first in the play "Northern Odyssey" (staged at the RAMT to the music of Nalich), later he participated in the recording of several albums by Peter and numerous concerts with different programs.
In the fall of 2016, he began working in the orchestra of the Theater conducted by Alexander Gradsky (Gradsky Hall), in which he still plays. In 2019, he performed as a bass guitarist with the Minin Academic Choir, which performed the Requiem by the great Alfred Schnittke. Concerts were held in the Roman Catholic Cathedral and in the Rachmaninov Hall of the Moscow Conservatory. In January 2021, a disc with this program was recorded at Mosfilm.
In 2020, Sergey collaborated with the Moscow Musical Theater. A particularly interesting event at that time was the work in the musical Crime and Punishment, the music for which was written by the famous Russian composer Eduard Artemiev.
Fortunately, sometimes there is time to realize their musical ideas. So, together with guitarist Ivan Rakhmanov, the album "Kaleidoscope" was recorded, consisting entirely of author's things. Almost all compositions on it are played in a duet - guitar and double bass, almost all of them "live", only in some places overdubs were used. The disc was recorded in the summer of 2019, and was released at the end of 2020. At present, drummer Dmitry Slansky has been added to the duo.

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Jam Club - 28.04
Igor Butman Jazz Club - 17.05
Jam Club - 29.05

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"Time for Three": the new proposal from Sandor's Trio that includes its most recent musical compositions, where it maintains its own distinctive stamp and adds new sounds and combinations with other musical genres. Time for Three, is also one of the new music of the composer, pianist and director Sandor Torres, and the result of a long musical investigation; in which it combines more deeply styles of Afro-Cuban music and flamenco music. In addition, among the new titles are songs such as: Rojo y Blanco, Ekele Kua, Habitacion 31 and others.

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