Kin García

He’s a key figure in the Galician music scene. He has been engaged in multiple projects, including collaborations with musicians as Tom Guyon, Tom Harret, Billy Pierce, John Smith, Tony Lazan, Dulce Pontes, Uxía, Berrogüeto, Talabarte trío, Rodrigo Romaní, Capercaillie, Joao Afonso, Filipa Pais, Nani García, Pepe Evangelista, Alberto Conde, Jesús Pimentel, Gabriel Evens, Andrés Rivas, etc.

He’s the founder of the creative school music Drop´s (1996-2006).

He’s currently working as a jazz teacher at the Higher Conservatory of Music in A Coruña.

His first solo album “O lobo morde a man” was released in 2006 and his second work as a soloist “Accipiter Gentillis”, dedicated to the world of birds, sees the light of day in 2009.

“Xingra coma a area” (2016) is his lastest album project which recreates autobiographic landscapes and that spreads all over places and moments, through seven deep-themed songs, imbued in the author´s memories.

Other discographic works as a soloist, co-composer and co-arranger: “A lagoa dos Atlantes”, “Diálogos”, “Entremares”, “Celtrópolis” (Alberto Conde); as accompanist: “Tempos de cambio”, “Trío eléctrico”, “The Vanguard” (Roberto Somoza), “10.0” and “Hepta” (Berrogüeto), “Fuera” (Carmen Rey), “Espuma de mar” (Blanca Madison), “Danza das áreas” (Uxía Senlle), “Carlos López quartet”, “Punta de Cabío” (Marcos Teira), “Mr. Cal” (Fernando Llorca), “Susana Seivane”, “Alma de Buxo” (Susana Seivane), “Albeida” (Rodrigo Romaní), “29” (Sabela Cereijo), “Espíritu 986” (Espíritu 986), “Camino” (Tribus Band), “Madama”, “Son de Leilía” (Leilía), “Teima” (Pepe Evangelista cuarteto), “Rockilo” (Jacobo de Miguel), “Villalobos a new way” (Alberto Conde), “Talabarte” (Quim Fariña, Pedro Pascual), “Atlantic Bridge” (Karonte 2009) recorded in Ithaca (New York) with Steve Brown, Walter White, Alberto Conde, Roberto Somoza and Miguel Cabana.

He also worked as conductor in the CSM Big-Band from 2009 to 2013, conducting artists such as Jorge Pardo, Rosario Giulliani and Julia Hülsmann.