Jimmy Bosch is coming to Savannah!
The Savannah Music Festival is bringing acclaimed trombonist Jimmy Bosch and his Salsa orchestra to Savannah on Saturday, March 31st. Bosch is hailed by international audiences and critics for his magical ability to impart his contagious passion and spirit to the masses both live and through his recordings.
Jimmy Bosch is known throughout the music world as a trombonist, as a composer, as an entertainer and as the producer of his own records. Considered one of today’s most important composers/lyricists in Salsa music, his songs are thought provoking, educational, inspiring, socially reflective and even comedic.
His ability to conquer the rhythmic complexities with his heartfelt and gifted trombone playing styles has placed him in the Royal Court of the music world, covering the Salsa, Latin Jazz and World music genres. Appearing on over 70 recordings, Bosch has made records and/or toured with his 11 piece band as well as with Israel Cachao Lopez, Ruben Blades and Son del Solar, Celia Cruz, Ray Barretto, Willie Colon, Manny Oquendo y Libre, Paquito D’Rivera, Oscar De Leon, Jose Alberto “El Canario,” Marc Anthony, FANIA Allstars, Eddie and Charlie Palmieri, Steve Turre, Incognito, Spanish Harlem Orchestra, Jon Faddis, Arturo O’farril and the list goes on.
Born in 1959 and raised in a Puerto Rican household, Jimmy is a genuine artist who’s been performing professionally since age 13, starting just two years after picking up the trombone. Jimmy’s first two solo CDs, “Soneando Trombón” and “Salsa Dura” established him as the Ambassador of the Salsa Dura movement. He ignited this movement by combining old school quality salsa arrangements with a modern NY aggressive edge and socially conscious lyrics. Having performed for crowds as large as 150,000 in Montreal, Canada; over 110,000 in Sydney Festival at Domain Park, and 95,000 in Medellín, Colombia, Jimmy is a well-seasoned entertainer.
Jimmy and his high-octane, nine-piece ensemble will perform two shows in Savannah (7:30 pm and 10:00 pm) at the Charles H. Morris Center on Saturday, March 31st. All you need to bring is your dancing shoes! Tickets are $35 each.
Advance tickets for this event may be purchased in person at the Trustee's Theatre Box office, located at 216 East Broughton Street in downtown Savannah; by phone at 912-525-5050 (Monday-Friday: 10am-5pm); or online at savannahboxoffice.com. Tickets are also available at every performance venue one-hour prior to each show (subject to availability).
Jimmy will perform two shows (7:30 pm and 10:00 pm) at the Charles H. Morris Center on Saturday, March 31st . Jimmy will bring his high-octane, nine-piece ensemble. All you need to bring is your dancing shoes! Tickets are $35 each.y sharing the stage with his highly accomplished and veteran band members. While audiences revel in his unbridled creativity, Bosch graciously defers to his all-star band and orchestrates “solo-movements” for them to spontaneously shine; but more importantly, to climax with multiple moments where all are acknowledged, appreciated, and celebrated.
Bosch is and will continue to be hailed by international audience and critics, from New York to Puerto Rico, France, England, Belgium, Spain, Holland, and countries throughout Latin America. Bosch, a composer and a lyricist, is one of the most explosive and versatile trombonists of his generation.