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Guillermo McGill

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Drummer, percussionist, professor, composer and producer, has played with many outstanding artist from Jazz and Flamenco: Enrique Morente, Dave Liebman, Tete Montoliu, Juan Manuel Cañizares, John Abercrombie, Wynton Marsalis, Marc Johnson, George Mraz, Niño Josele, etc. Member of Chano Dominguez trio together with Javier Colina from it´s creation in 1991, he takes part on Fernando Trueba´s film Calle 54. He has published five recordings as a leader, plus more than 70 recordings as a sideman. Played at some of the most important theaters and auditoriums in the world such as Carnegie Hall, The Marinsky Theater, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Teatro Real, Auditorio Nacional, etc. Drum and ensemble teacher at the mos important jazz schools in Spain since 1984: Taller de Músics de Barcelona, Taller de Músicos de Madrid, Escuela de Música Creativa, Musikene.


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