Thomas Lorenzo in Concert. A Roller Coaster Guitar Show Jan 5th in Batemans Bay
When: January 5th 2019 Time: 19:30 – 21:00 Where:Batemans Bay Anglican 6 Herarde St, Batemans Bay Online Ticket Price $25 (Gen) and $20 AUS (Conc) At the door is $5 extra Book tickets HERE Thomas Lorenzo has released five solo instrumental albums in contemporary Jazz, Blues and Flamenco styles. His latest release Spanish Breeze debuted at #36 on the Top 50 JazzWeek World Music Album Charts in 2010 and was #32 on the College Music Journal Jazz Chart. The album features Grammy nominee Alphonso Johnson (Weather Report, Grateful Dead) on Bass, Dave Garfield (George Benson) on Keys, and Walfredo Reyes (Santana) on Drums, and was produced by Grammy nominee Bruce Sugar (Ringo Starr). As a composer he has received the commission by the UK national Arts Lottery in 1997 to compose the suite called The Immigrant premiered at the Paul Mc Cartney Auditorium in Liverpool, UK, featuring a 38 piece ensemble and multimedia art works.
Thomas learnt his production skills at Berklee College of Music alongside producers as Don Puluse ( Miles Davis, Sly Stone). He has combined industry expertise and knowledge with commercial acumen to produce numerous CDs, manage the promotion and marketing for online sales as well as providing tour management and promotion for live concert sales including securing public funding for live tours.
Meticulously managed the entire production process for numerous CDs including:
Europe Connection 4 with Green Lizard, CIRMA, 1998
‘La Musica i la Seva Evolucio’, 1998, BMG (Spanish classical, ethnic)
Europe Connection 3 with Grammy award nominee Macaco, CIRMA, 1997
Pil Pil by Francesc Capella, Nuba Records, Madrid, 1997 (Mediterranean jazz)
Europe Connection 2, CIRMA, 1996
‘La Vida es Marte’ by Nurses, M Clan , DRO Warner Brothers, 1996 (pop rock)
Europe Connection 1 with Brother Hood Foundation, CIRMA, 1995
Flamenco Street Projects, Streetlife Music, 1995 ( flamenco pop, rock, grunge)
Grao Music, ‘Audiciones de música Etnica española’ for first year primary school, 1995 (Spanish ethnic music)
In 1995 Thomas Lorenzo was commissioned by the Spanish Society of Authors to write the first Spanish text book on arranging and orchestration. The text book “El Arreglo, Un Puzzle de Expresión musical” is now in its third edition and extensively used throughout the world in Spanish language music schools, universities and conservatories.