Andrew Ibanez ~ Latin
artsPlace Online Concert

  April 30, 2020 — May 31, 2020  | Thursday, April 30 at 7 pm release date!

Virtual Concert - Click Here to Watch


Guitarist, Andrew Ibanez has been performing, composing and recording for over 30 years. Blending a mix of music from all over the world and incorporating many guitar styles including Latin, Jazz, Rock, Blues and Classical, he creates his own style and sound. 

Andrew’s music encompasses many guitar styles including Rock, Jazz, Blues, Latin, Classical, Folk and Reggae. This has afforded him the opportunity to appear on stage with many great musicians of note including Bo Diddley, Dutch Mason, Murray Mclauchlan, Amos Garret, Nana Mclean, Russell Jackson and Sam Cockrell to name a few. Andrew’s present and former bands have also opened for or appeared on stage with many great Canadian acts such as Trooper, Kim Mitchell, The Headpins, Streethart, 54 40, Randy Bachman, Big Wreck, Widemouth Mason and April Wine to name a few.

As a recording artist, Andrew has two CD’s. His first solo CD entitled ‘Sueños’ was released in 2002 and then he released ‘Sangria Blanco’ in 2005 with DeMayo, his four piece Latin group now called ‘Los Del Fuego’. Both of Andrew’s CD’s have been aired on Calgary radio stations ‘CKUA’ and the ‘Breeze’ and have been featured on CBC radio show’s and television.


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Committed to bringing local music into the lives of all Bow Valley residents, artsPlace is pleased to launch a series of online concerts for you to keep connected to our creative community from home.

Each week we will be releasing two new concerts on Monday and Thursday, recorded live from the artsPlace stage and featuring your favourite local musicians. Watch these amazing FREE local concerts here on our website or on our social media platforms and SHARE the joy! Check us out on or after April 30 to watch this special artsPlace presented online concert. 


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Due to the incredible generosity of Patricia Johnston and an anonymous donor, your donations will be matched up to $11,000. Their support makes any donation you can give go even further.

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