Rey América

Rey América is an instrumental trio, which contains two guitars and one bass guitar. They combine elements of south american ethno music and latinoamerican jazz in their repertoire. Guitars + Bass in brilliant approach that blurring differences between guitar and bass. The players feature changes during performances, with a very interesting artistic impression. Their concert takes about 100 minutes of non stop playing and the fans of classic sound and those, who like modern ethno music or exotic caribian rhythm, will enjoy listening. The trio will yearly play tens of concerts both at home and abroad, mainly in Europe. Except Prague music scene, it is also active on jazz festivals, clubs and concerts and of course as well on commercial events. Trio externally cooperates as with domestic then with foreign soloists, some of them has the MMAP in its current offer. The players insist on simple natural sound of the musical instruments and on a comfortable atmosphere. Although it is an instrumental concert, there are always lots of opportunities to communicate with the audience, so that the concert is lifeful, dynamic, and full of interesting moments. The band members have worked in the best known Czech bands like: Vojtěch Eckert Trio, Metropolitan Jazz Band, Emil Viklický Quartet, Steamboat Stompers, Jiří Stivín Quartet, Czech broadcast Bigband, etc. Their last published CD "Tribute to A.C.Jobim" contained mostly compositions of this "guru" of the latinoamerican