Latin jazz pianist Chano Dominguez makes post-bop-, fusion-, and flamenco-influenced music that frequently sources his Andalusian root base. Delivered in Cadiz in 1960, Dominguez began playing flamenco electric guitar around age group eight before shifting towards the piano. In his twenties he shaped the intensifying Latin rock and roll ensemble CAI, who released three albums for CBS. Following the group disbanded in 1981, Dominguez pursued a single profession. He quickly garnered many honours for his innovative mixture of flamenco and jazz, including First Award within the Country wide Jazz Competition for Youthful Interpreters in 1992. A season afterwards, he released his debut single record, Chano, and relocated to NEW YORK. Several even more well-received albums implemented, including 1995’s Paco de Lucia-themed 10 de Paco and 1997’s En Directo. The 2000s noticed Dominguez to push out a steady blast of forward-thinking, cross-cultural albums, including 2001’s I Si!, 2002’s Hecho a Mano, 2006’s Acercate Mas, and 2007’s New Flamenco Audio. Also in 2007, he made an appearance alongside saxophonist Paquito D’Rivera within the concert film Quartier Latin. A season later, he shipped Cuentos del Mundo. This year 2010, Dominguez gained a Latin Grammy Award nomination for his record Piano Ibérico. 2 yrs later, he came back with Flamenco Sketches, a re-visionising of Mls Davis’ Sort of Blue,. Then teamed with modern flamenco guitarist Niño Josele for Chano & Josele. In 2017, he shipped the intimate single piano album On the Rainbow, documented live at Barcelona’s Palau Falguera.