Banda Inaudita is an ensemble
founded in the year 2000 which has very good reviews
due to its innovative and risky bet. Its personal style
mixing chamber music, flamenco, jazz and folk, with
a cheerful and evocative flavour- without forgetting
its Mediterranean roots- makes it be spontaneous as
well as refined. Its first record was released in 2002,
the second, DOS, in 2004 and the third,CANCIONES INAUDITAS,
in 2007.You can read the english translation of the
song Sopalmo here.
In their fourth record entitled 'Under the coming moon'
(2010), they composed music for poems by Miguel Hernández
in a stimulating collaboration with Julián Páez,
Murcian cantaor filled of strength and quality, under
the sponsorship of La Ribera Art Gallery (Murcia). Banda
Inaudita is always counting with the invaluable help
of several collaborators of an excellent professional
and human quality.
You can watch our videos with translation subtitles
in english .
The band gathers the talents of experienced musicians
who audibly know their instruments very well. Over the
years, they have managed to create a strong and solid
style of music. Their open minded compositions will
be liked by many. They don't sound experimental, they
just enjoy playing atmospheric ethno-jazz with a Latin
Juan Pablo Muñoz Zielinski: vocals, violin, guitar.
The author of the music. He has written soundtracks
for many moviesand television films, has played in a
variety of theatre shows and performed flamenco music
for dancers such as Sara Baras, Antonio Canales, Joaquín
Cortés and the Spanish National Ballet. Juan
Pablo's music has many influences (modern, classical,
and popular); it is sometimes very rhythmical and at
other moments quietly calls the listener to another
Laura Villa: vocals, clarinets and flute. Laura contributes
a pure classical sound. She has a wealth of experience
in orchestral and chamber music, having performed with
the Madrid Cathedral Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra
of San Sebastián de Los Reyes, the Via Magna
Orchestra, the Aula 3 Clarinet Ensemble etc.
Santiago Puente: Soprano and bass clarinets. A versatile
musician, who has performed in : Chamber Music Ensembles;
Classical Orchestras; Popular, Folk and Latin Groups,
Theatre Productions amongst others. In recent years
his career has developed internationally, composing
for Theatre productions in the UK and performing all
over the world.
Julián Páez: Singer. He is a man of an
interdisciplinary background who has researched the
traditional sources to experiment with contemporary
sonorities and concerns adapting voice and flamenco
style to the characteristics of the ensemble. Furthermore,
he is a didactic lecturer, an informant and a critic.His
creative personality does not allow him to find any
steady solutions. Instead, it exposes himself to the
sublime universe of the concrete.