“Spectacular, a concert to enjoy!!!”
- Llançà: Ago 2 TICKETS
- Port de la Selva: Ago 4 TICKETS
- Castelló d’Empúries: Ago 6 TICKETS
- Lloret de mar: Ago 22 TICKETS
- Monestir de St. Llorenç: May 25
The Saltor brothers are two prestigious Catalan guitarists with a long career as interpreters and producers. They have been playing the guitar for more than 30 years and more than two decades as teachers.
Founding members of the group La Puerta de los Sueños with 6 published works and more than 20,000 copies sold; They have participated in recordings of important discs such as the TV3 Marathon Record (500,000 units sold of the three editions), they have produced around twenty cds of different artists.
They have a background as live musicians of more than 1,000 performances: some of them in emblematic places such as El Palau de la Música, Palace of Sports, Plaza de Cataluña or Arc de Triomf in Barcelona, National Art Museum of Madrid, park of the Devesa de Girona, Teatro Kursaal de Donosti, …
After publishing two works by Saltor in electric format where the lead singer is the guitar, they enter, now, into the acoustic world; with an intimate proposal, only with the two guitars.
It is in this format where you can enjoy the interpretive quality of Oriol and Jaume and where they show us the whole palette of sonorities and styles; blues, country, rock, pop, flamenco … that dominate with the delicacy and elegance of some great musicians.
This acoustic show fascinates guitar lovers for their quality and sensitivity, in an entertaining performance that captivates everyone for the simplicity and good taste of their own compositions and the right choice of some versions of classics by artists like Eric Clapton, Beatles or Eagles among others …
In 2016 they are selected to perform at the prestigious international music festival on Calle Musiquem Lleida among more than 100 proposals of all high quality. At the end of all performances they receive the Special Mention as the best concert of the whole festival.
The new acoustic work Fingertips is already on sale, where the Saltor are also looking for new sounds that come from ragtime and jazz “manouche” where we find influences from guitarists like Merle Travis, Chet Atkins or Django Reinhardt.