Bobby Sanabria Tickets
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On the afternoon of 10th of May, the Apollo Theatre in New York is going to feature a live concert by Bobby Sanabria. Situated at West 125th Street, Apollo Theatre is a music hall that was built around early 1910s. With a seating capacity of 1506, it is expected that the Bobby Sanabria tickets are going to run out pretty soon. Hence, if you plan on attending a live concert by this Grammy nominated blues artist, make sure you have your share reserved in advance. Sanabria is mainly known for his energetic live performances. Being one of the best percussionist and drummer, his concerts are a must attend events.
Bobby Sanabria is an accomplished Latin jazz musician who is known for being the leader of the protest against Recording Academy, when it downsized to 78 from 109 in 2011. A year later he was nominated for a Latin Jazz Album Grammy Award, which had previously been eliminated but because of awareness program, was included into the mainstream culture again. In his protest he mentioned that DJs are more in demand these days than musicians. At events like New Year Night parties, DJs get booked when it was a night the musicians used to get busy.
Bobby Sanabria also mentioned that he has nothing against DJs, but the classics of jazz and blues shouldn't be declared outdated, because music is nothing without them. He believes that it is the foundation of American music and has produced big names of the music industry such as Beyonce, Aerosmith and Jay-Z. He brought to the attention the fact that in today's world, blues has become merely a part of the history books taught at public schools. His motivational speeches brought back the Best Latin Jazz Album category in the Grammy Awards.
Bobby Sanabria was nominated for the Grammy Awards along with his students of The New School, New York. About that, Sanabria mentioned that he is very excited and proud to see his students getting such recognition on international level. Over the decades since he has been a part of the music industry, Sanabria has led several music project bands. Apart from being a band leader, he is also an accomplished producer and composer. He continues to make a mark as a percussionist as well as a drummer, filmmaker and multi-culture warrior. Apart from his band and solo performances, he has appeared side by side with legends like Tito Puente, Dizzy Gillespie, Ray Barreto, Larry Harlow and the godfather of the jazz music, Mario Bauza.
Bobby Sanabria's very first groundbreaking band recording was "Live & In Clave!!!" which got nominated for 2001 Grammy Awards. This was followed by yet another nomination for "50 Years of Mambo" in the year 2003. In 2008, he released "Big Band Urban Folktales" which apart from winning a Grammy nomination also received critical acclaim internationally. Sanabria has been inducted into the Brox Wall of Fame and also has a street named after him.
Bobby Sanabria studied at the Berklee College of Music and currently is a music professor at Manhattan School of Music as well as The New School. Here, he is in charge of conducting the Afro-Cuban Jazz Big Bands. He is also the associate producer of "The Palladium: Where Mambo Was King" television documentaries. Many of Sanabria's live performances have been memorable ones. One such performance was in August of 2010, when he performed in front of 20,000 people with his band at out of Doors Festival of Lincoln Center. He continues to record music as well as perform live. If you want a classic Latino jazz experience, his upcoming Apollo Theatre concert is a must attend with Bobby Sanabria tickets.
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