Brazilian jazz guitarist Diego Figueiredo brings trio to St. Petersburg next week

His catalog is more than two dozen albums deep.

click to enlarge Diego Figueiredo - Photo via DiegoFigueiredoOficial/Facebook
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Diego Figueiredo
It’s been 23 years since Brazilian-bred guitarist Diego Figueiredo released his debut, Best Of Brazilian Music Live. He’s since sold out jazz halls and festivals, and has 26 more albums under his belt, the most recent being 2021’s Antarctica.

He’s no singer-songwriter, but when you pluck a Spanish guitar as quickly and efficiently as Paco de Lucía once did, there’s no need to be. The Diego Figueiredo Trio is embarking on a brief U.S. tour, and it’ll be at the Palladium Theater's Hough Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 15.
There are still tickets available, but masks are required, per SPC rules.

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Jon Palmer Claridge

Jon Palmer Claridge—Tampa Bay's longest running, and perhaps last anonymous, food critic—has spent his life following two enduring passions, theatre and fine dining. He trained as a theatre professional (BFA/Acting; MFA/Directing) while Mastering the Art of French Cooking from Julia Child as an avocation. He acted...
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