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Sal La Rocca – It Could Be the End (Igloo)**** Northern Europe boasts many excellent players, so it’s no surprise
to find a quintet this good from the buttoned-up city of Brussels.
It’s led by a resonant double bassist, a gifted composer who has
a distinctive and hypermodern touch. Two Belgians, guitarist Lorenzo di Maio and pianist Pascal

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September Jazz 2018 / Sal La Rocca Quartet


September Jazz 2018 Sal La Rocca Quartet     NL : Zaterdag 08 september 2018 om 19:00 De Ganzenveer – Bilkske – 8000 Brugge Gratis Openluchtfestival KAAP laat de zomer nog wat langer duren met het openluchtfestival September Jazz. Met een triple bill van topacts uit de hedendaagse jazz is dit de gedroomde start van

TUMULT.FM – Gent Jazz Fest. 2018


 Tumult.fm – Gent Jazz 05/07 Sal La Rocca Music Who? Sal La Rocca on the double bass with Jeroen van Herzeele (saxophone), Lieven Venken (drums) & Pascal Mohy (piano) from Belgium. Why? Because Sal La Rocca is without a doubt one of Belgium’s best contrabass players and therefore also the most requested. His music

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SAL LA ROCCA Music on FB


 Our Story Sal La Rocca Music   Who? Sal La Rocca on the double bass with Jeroen van Herzeele (saxophone), Lieven Venken (drums) & Pascal Mohy (piano) from Belgium. Why? Because Sal La Rocca is without a doubt one of Belgium’s best contrabass players and therefore also the most requested. His music is liberating and

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