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ORIOL ROMANI ORIOL ROMANÍ
CLARINET
Director of the group. Acknowledged as one of the most genuine clarinettists on the current classical jazz scene. Presenter at sessions to promote jazz and author of the book "Tocats pel jazz". International classical music soloist.


BARCELONA SWING SERENADERS
The musicians of the quartet Barcelona Swing Serenaders began to perform together in 1999 playing in the Swing and New Orleans styles, and the good understanding between them and with the audiences led them to establish as a permanent group the following year. Since 2001 they play every week at Barcelona's Cafè del Tèxtil -at present they are doing it on Sunday night-, they perform very often all over Catalunya and have toured very succesfully through Andalucía, Extremadura ans Scotland. They have recorded the CD's Someday sweetheart (DiscMedi 2002) and Saturday night function (DiscMedi 2003).
Their repertoire is based on tunes typical of the jazz from the 20's and 30's, newly cooked in the own way of the quartet, with the ocasional incorporation of ideas inspired by great jazzmen such as Jimmie Noone, Kid Ory, Barney Bigard, Duke Ellington or Django Reindhardt. Do they perform in concerts, jazz caves, and jazz festivals, or do they do in settings such as didactic sessions, balls, desserts or differents kinds of celebrations, the Barcelona Sweet Serenaders are always aiming to recreate the freshness, swing and warmth of the most genuine classical jazz.
OSCAR FONT OSCAR FONT
TROMBONE
One of the most comunicative and swingiest trombonists in the country. He has played in New York with the Woody Allen ensemble and he has participated in the New Orleans Jazz Festival. Author and composer of the musical Mad Dog.
ALBERT ROMANI ALBERT ROMANÍ
BANJO
He has an infrequent and very personal way of playing, inspired by old masters of the guitar such as Django Reinhardt, Al Casey, Billy Mackel and Charlie Christian. Active member of La Locomotora Negra.
QUERALT CAMPS QUERALT CAMPS
BASS
One of the most sought after bassists in our's jazz scene, due to the strength and swing in his way of accompanying.