Roberto and his Quartet will play at the Jamboree Club in the centre of the city.
Four hands, twenty fingers, 176 keys to an unforgettable night.
Roberto Fonseca releases an intelligent yet instinctive album. One that is multifaceted, fusing diverse influences from jazz, African roots, Cuban, blues and electronics.
21st July is certainly going to be a great day out. Roberto Fonseca will be performing at The Tower of London on the Americas Stage.
At the Orléans Jazz Festival on 28th June and the Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois sur Seine on 30th June, Roberto will be presenting a special project with the Malian singer Mamani Keita.
Roberto published exclusively for his Facebook fans in one of the tracks from the March concert in London.
Mary Ann Kennedy presents the world music show and a session with the jazz pianist Roberto Fonseca for World on 3
Pablo Sanz investigates the latest work of Roberto Fonseca, analyzing the past, present and future
In Roberto’s opinion, the blame that jazz music been a minority lies with the artists themselves.