Pacheco and his trio return to Chicago for an encore performance after a sold-out concert at Constellation in March presented by the ILCC. Hailing from Havana, Cuba, Jorge Luis Pacheco is a fiery young pianist with, as described by Cuban jazz multi instrumentalist Bobby Carcassés, “flying hands.” His music is a confluence of Cuban and Afro Cuban music, American jazz, and classical music with a measure of contemporary pop and soul. He has performed all over the world including prominent jazz clubs such as Dizzy’s Jazz at Lincoln Center and festivals such as the Blue Note Jazz Festival in New York as well as the Sziget Festival in the City of Budapest. He has collaborated with the likes of Wynton Marsalis, Arturo O’ Farrill and the Legendary Lenny White and with some of the most important Cuban artists such as Isaac Delgado, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, Pablo Milanes and Descemer Bueno. Pacheco is a passionate, extravagant, exciting entertainer on stage and constantly captures the audience’s attention with his heartfelt performances and electric energy.
HablArte! Podcast with Jorge Luis Pacheco
In this engaging episode of the HablArte Podcast, host Madeline Nesbitt invites viewers to explore the dynamic world of music with Cuban artist Jorge Luis Pacheco. Journey with Pacheco as he shares his unique musical style and the diverse influences that have shaped his artistry. From his classical training to his love for pop, rap, and gospel, Pacheco breaks boundaries and defies genres, captivating audiences with his heartfelt performances and electric energy. Gain insights into Pacheco’s collaboration experiences with renowned musicians around the world and his upcoming performance in Chicago alongside trumpeter Overt Davis. Join the conversation as Madeline delves deeper into Pacheco’s musical journey, uncovering the intersection of his roots and innovative expressions. Don’t miss this enthralling episode showcasing the transformative power of music. Tune in now and prepare to be inspired!