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Meritxell Nedderman starts his dates with #GPS

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Meritxell Nedderman starts his dates with #GPS

The Catalan artist has been leading a career for years in which risk, sensitivity and instrumental versatility have become indispensable pieces. She demonstrates it song by song and direct by direct.

And the pianist, singer, producer and composer from Maresme is going through a great artistic and vital moment. Not only because she is the pianist on the international tour of Jorge Drexler for more than two years, which has allowed him to open a concert in San Francisco, perform his own concert in Argentina and even accompany the Uruguayan in Las Vegas the day he received seven Grammys, but for his own career. A free trajectory that flows over rhythm and melodies with a sensitivity beyond any doubt, and in which it combines genres (from classical to indie, through funk or jazz) and analog instrumentation with electronics, loops and effects.

Now, he will also be on the road starring in concerts to remember, some of them with the support of Girando Por Salas.

The six GPS-supported concerts are as follows: Zaragoza (Saturday April 20, Sala Creedence), Madrid (Sunday 21 April, Sala Siroco), Ourense (Friday, April 26, Café Cultural Aurense), Santiago de Compostela (Saturday 27 April, Casa das Crechas), Cambados (Pontevedra, domingo 28 abril, Sala Krazzy Kay) y Cartagena (Thursday, May 9, Mister Witt). You can get tickets by clicking on each of the dates.

On the other hand, Neddermann has other concerts that are not part of the cycle and that will take her to Barcelona (April 23, Sant Jordi Musical), El Masnou (May 4, Nits de Vallmora), Igualada (May 11, Rec.O), Figueres (May 17, La Cate), Camprodon (May 18, Microclimate), La Sénia (May 25, Terres de Cruïlla Music Festival), Sabadell (May 31, Observa Festival), Montblanc (June 7, Àuria Festival), La Cellera del Ter (June 23, RZM Festival), Vilanova i la Geltrú (July 4, Vida Festival), Talarn (July 21, Talarn Music Experience) and L’Escala (July 27, Portalblau Festival).

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