Alexis Cuadrado and Cuarteto de Palabras

Presented in partnership with The Jazz Gallery


The Coach Barn at Pocantico

Tickets are $16.50 and all participants must provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination.

Award-winning composer, producer, bandleader, bassist, and educator Alexis Cuadrado and his new group, Cuarteto de Palabras, present a set of music inspired by the poetic and folkloric traditions of Spain and Latin America. Drawing from such diverse sources as the surrealist poems of Federico García Lorca, the moving protest songs of Víctor Jara, and the exuberant flamenco pop of the 1980s, Cuarteto de Palabras explores the Hispanic diaspora within an intimate setting that promises to enlighten your mind and stir your soul.

The concert will be presented in partnership with The Jazz Gallery during Cuadrado’s residency at The Pocantico Center.

Alexis Cuadrado — Bass
Claudia Acuña — Voice
Pablo Vergara — Piano
Franco Pinna — Drums

Alexis Cuadrado

Barcelona-born and Brooklyn-based Alexis Cuadrado is an award-winning composer, producer, bandleader, bassist and educator. Cuadrado's work draws from the crossover of jazz, world, flamenco, and new music, exploring the confluence of the Hispanic and American cultures, as well as embracing a deep commitment to comment on social issues. He is also a devoted educator and a current faculty member at the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City and teaches worldwide as a guest lecturer.