Who are we?
What is a Peruvian Jazz Brunch?
What is a Jarana?
What do you mean by a Pop Up?
Who is performing at this Peruvian Jazz Brunch & Pop Up Jarana?
What is Peruvian cuisine like?
What will brunch consist of?
What about drinks?
Wait... what is Pisco?
So what can I expect of all this?
Date and time?
Where is this "pop up" happening?
What is the ticket price?
What does that include?
Where do I get my tickets?
Can I also buy tickets at the door?
Can I make a table reservation for my group of 4-6?
What if I need to talk to a human because I have more questions!
Where can I get more information about the artists?
This is a documentary film that taes place in Lima, Peru! (English Subtitles)
Here is what the press is saying:
"The Afro-Peruvian Sextet is writing a new chapter in the history of Latin Jazz" -- Doug Ramsey, Rifftides
"The Afro-Peruvian Sextet knows its mission well and has the execution down to a science."" --Nate Chinnen, The New York Times
"A facinating glimpse at how jazz music is fusing with cultures around the world." -- Los Angeles Weekly
"4 Stars! " --Downbeat Magazine
And here is recent press back home in Peru:
This is the lineup of musicians and the instruments they will be playing:
Gabriel Alegria, trumpet & flugel horn & guapeos
Laura Andrea Leguia, saxophones & guapeos
Freddy "Huevito" Lobaton, cajon, quijada, cajita & guapeos
Yuri juarez, acoustic guitar
Pablo Menares, double bass
The Afro-Peruvian Sextet is a band that is more like a family. Having worked together for nearly 15 years, the Sextet moves freely between jazz and the music of their native Peru and creates and organic blend of both.
The band invites you into their world to celebrate "28 de Julio" which is the All-mighty Peruvian Independence Day!