Alex Conde

Alex Conde, a leader, was born to a Spanish family of musicians. Alejandro Conde is his father and a star singer in the “Cancion Espanola” style. Conde received his degrees in Classical Music at the Jose Iturbi Conservatory of Music, Valencia, Spain, and in Piano Jazz at el Liceu de Barcelona. Conde moved to Boston to study at the Berklee College for Music in 2007. He studied with Wayne Shorter and Maria Schnieder, Danilo Perez, Joe Lovano, Joe Lovano and Esperanza spalding, among others. ZOHO Music released his album Descarga for Monk in February 2015. It was a bold and creative tribute for Thelonious Monk to which prominent jazz critics such as Bill Milkowski and others gave rave reviews. His first album, Jazz and Claps, was released in 2007. It featured artists from around the globe – Greece (USA), Japan, Spain, and Barrio del Carmen. The album, which combines flamenco, jazz, classical Spanish music with a string quartet and “cantejondo”, (flamenco deep song), was released in 2007. He was awarded the Berklee College of Music Jazz Revelation Award in 2008. Conde was invited to perform in 2012 at the Valencia Campus opening concert at Berklee. Conde graduated from Berklee cum Laude in 2009. He then moved to San Francisco where he continued his collaboration with flamenco artists such as Jose Luis Rodriguez and Nino de los Reyes. Conde performs every year with Juan Siddi Flamenco Santa Fe Aspen ballet, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Aspen, Colorado. He has collaborated with many jazz musicians including John Santos and Jon Arkin, Jeff Chambers and Mads Tolling. He has also performed at jazz and world music festivals alongside top performers such as Danilo Perez and Wayne Shorter. He is a leading exponent of traditional flamenco and jazz thanks to his unique style. Visit

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