HEAR stunning flamenco jazz when Eduardo Niebla plays Dorchester Corn Exchange on Friday, January 18.

Eduardo is a formidable flamenco jazz guitar virtuoso and master of today’s generation.

Continually seeking out new musical terrain Eduardo has traversed the worlds of jazz, classical, world and pop music, collaborating with such diverse partners as George Michael, Craig David, sitar maestro Nishat Khan, Lol Coxhill (sax) and the Dante String Quartet.

In The Eduardo Niebla Experience, Eduardo presents an amazing repertoire of “stunning flamenco jazz” (The Sound) from his latest albums brilliantly accompanied by guitarist Matthew Robinson & tabla player Dharmesh Parmar

In this world of changing times the power of music to connect is a wonderful thing. So go and see Eduardo Niebla in concert and be inspired.

Eduardo was born in Tangiers Morocco in 1955, the 7th of 11 children. In 1960 in politically turbulent times the family moved to Girona Spain where Eduardo grew up, starting out learning flamenco on the streets, then through his teenage years exploring jazz and symphonic rock where he hit stardom with his cult band Atila.

His curiosity to explore music led to his move to London in the late 70s where he performed with Mother Gong at Glastonbury and worked with Tom Newman producer. Since then he has collaborated with musicians across the globe including: Palestinian oud player Adel Salameh, Deepak Ram (bamboo flute), trance phenomenon Juno Reactor and George Michael.

Over the last foru decades Eduardo’s concert appearances have included the Cairo, Tbilisi, Odessa, Brecon and Marlborough International Jazz Festivals, the Jaipur Festival India, the Queen Elizabeth Hall London, Celtic Connections, the Olympic Games Greece, the San Isidro Fiesta Madrid and Glastonbury, as well as concert tours throughout Europe, the Baltic States, the Middle East and South Africa.

He has recorded 23 albums of his original compositions and written music for films, documentaries and plays, including for the BBC, as well as Festival commissions. He now lives in the heart of the North Yorkshire countryside where he has his recording studios.

*The Eduardo Niebla Experience, Dorchester Corn Exchange, Friday, January 18, 8pm. Call Dorchester Arts for tickets.