Blending styles and instruments from all over the world into contemporary Chamber Music Aesthetics.
Latin Grammy Nomination for PDR Quintet!
Very happy to find out that the record “Jazz Meet the Classics” by the Paquito D Rivera Quintet (live at Lincoln Centre) where I had the pleasure to play percussions has just been nominated for best Latin Jazz Album !!
Meinl Endorsement !
I just joined the Meinl Cymbal Family !!! Very happy with this news. Their cymbals are remarkable and their professionalism, artist treatment and business protocols are way beyond the standards now days. Thanks Meinl !
Philadelphia International Hand Drum Day
Thanks to everybody that came to support this wonderful event, we had tons of fun!
Jazz meets the Classics
Very happy to be part of Paquito D Rivera’s new live album: “Jazz meets the Classics” some great energy on the stage and Paquito of course sounded soooo good!
Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue
Congratulations to the great Terri Lyne Carrington for wining the Grammy in the Best Jazz Album of the Year category with her “Money Jungle: Provocative in Blue,” for which I was honored to record the Percussion!
I’m very happy to announce that I just joined the MEINL PERCUSSION family! I look forward to play their instruments and create some wonderful new music with their support !!
Thank you Modern Drummer for supporting Arturo’s work! If you guys are into drums, please run and get the September issue of the number one Drum Magazine in the world! Arturo is featured in a six-page long article, along with Antonio Sanchez and Dino Danelli! The article, written by editor Michael Dawson talks about Arturo’s new commission by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as well as other surprises!
JazzTimes Magazine’s May issue talks about Arturo’s new release: “Stable hangs his originals around the lifeblood of cultural tradition” (- Aidan Levy).
Concert at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Dear all, if you are around the Philadelphia area this Friday june 21st, come and join Arturo for an afternoon of great music. He will be premiering a composition commissioned by the Philadelphia Art Museum at 5:30pm (concert will be at the museum). The composition is inspired by one of the museum paintings (Chagall’s “A wheatfield on a Summer’s afternoon”) and is written for String Quartet plus Jazz Quartet. The players are: Edward Perez-Bass, Nir Felder-Guitar, John Stenger-Piano, Eugen Kim-Viola, Yoni Idk-Cello, Azar Damirov-Violin and Yevgeniy Dyo-Violin…Plus Arturo on percussion of course.
New review by Downbeat Magazine
This month of April, Downbeat magazine reviewed Arturo’s new release “Cuban Corsshatching”, writer Jennifer Odell mentions:
“Arturo Stable follows his 2012 duo album -Dos y Mas- with an impressive survey of his skills as a leader, composer and arranger…”