Arturo Mora Arturo Mora

Relocated to Copenhagen in late 2017, in his natal Madrid (Spain) he played in the house band of several jam sessions comprising more than 12 years of weekly stage routine. Arturo has played with the likes of Chema Saiz, Juan Camacho (CD La estrategia del tiempo, 2008; CD Artesanía popular, 2016), Sebastián Chames, Angel Rubio, and Inoidel González, as well as with various musicians from the American continent (Riner Scivally, Margaret Stowe, Virginia Ramírez, Brenda Hopkins, Paul Brewer, and Juliet Annerino, with whom he played in New York). He has also contributed original compositions for the jazz fusion band Tet-Quart (CD Silencio, 2010) and his Arturo Mora Group (EP Sign of the Future, 2014).


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”Renato Di Prinzio and Arturo Mora complement each other perfectly: both of them make up a first class rhythmic unit, through the first one's constant activity and the second one's extreme solidity; (...) Mora is constantly drawing, knitting beautiful bass lines that take him to the foreground without turning us away from the things happening in the rest of the tune (and what a gorgeous sound he brings from the electric bass!)”

Yahvé M. de la Cavada reviewing La estrategia del tiempo (Juan Camacho Quinteto) for Tomajazz.com, 2008

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