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Sebastian Spanache Trio is placed at the leading edge of the new generation of young romanaian jazz musicians with award-winning new and original material by fans and critics alike. The three form a group with a new take on modern odd-meter song-based improvisation, a group that invites the audience to share in the navigation of their own musical future. The trio was established in fall of 2011 in Timisoara, Romania.

Sebastian Spanache Trio has a great track record of appearances on the local and international jazz scene opening for world class names such as Richard Bona (at JazzTM), Adam Bałdych Imaginary Quartet (GreenHours Intl. Festival), Robert Mitchell's Panacea (ArCub Jazz&More), participating in showcase events such as MÜPA Budapest Jazz Showcase, touring in Romania and the Central-Eastern European region (with the release of Humanized) as well as being awarded the grand trophy at Johnny Raducanu International Jazz Competition in Braila. The trio has also been wonderfully embraced by the local and international speciality press and critics.


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”The flow and the architecture of the compositions is carefully thought out and include surprising moments that create an engaging sonic trip for the listener…” -Jazz Compas

“Full of interesting abrasive acoustic sounds that resolve very naturally...” -ZV

“Even 'beat jazz' fans were impressed with their willingness to provide more and more pieces of art of the trio…” -sever.bg

“Creative and skilled, they freely rain notes upon the audience…” -jazzhound

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Album Humanized by Sebastian Spanache

Humanized

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2013

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