Enjhambre is founded upon ADe's work. His boundary-crossing compositional style is further enriched by the Uruguayan percussionist Jose Luís Calandria (“Tristón”) and Yann Aravit French bassist. Together they marry diverse musical influences, among them mediterranean and jazz-influenced styles, flamenco and impressionism. Their recordings to date are proof, if proof were needed, that the possibilities for fusion and cross-pollination in music are limitless. Winner of the European Jazz festival of Palma de Malloraca 2010. Their most recent tour took them to the USA for the New Music Seminar in New York, to MIDEM in Cannes, Buenos Aires, Brazil, Jazz Rally Düsseldorf (Germany) and to cities all over Spain. They are well-regarded in the music press for their creative originality, and for forging a deeply personal expression of their diverse musical roots. The quartet’s live sound, fruit of their many years playing together, is mature and compact, showcasing the forceful virtuosity that has captivated a diverse and faithful public.