Germán López is one of the world's most brilliant and prolific Canary Island “timple” virtuosos – an emblematic diminutive guitar. López embraces Canary Island tradition, as well as Flamenco, West African music, and the spirit of jazz and folk.

LIVE AT NATIONAL SAWDUST // 6:30pm doors
April 2, 2022
7:30 pm
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Germán López is one of the world's most brilliant and prolific Canary Island “timple” virtuosos – an emblematic diminutive guitar. López embraces Canary Island tradition, as well as Flamenco, West African music, and the spirit of jazz and folk. His innovative 21st Century technique and compositions have reached critical acclaim worldwide. For this performance, López is joined onstage by guitar maestro Antonio Toledo for an unforgettable concert of dexterous music-making.

Brilliant young star of the “timple,” Germán López touches audiences with original instrumental music from the Canary Islands. On stage with guitarist Antonio Toledo, López harnesses the grit of Spanish flamenco, the structure of West African rhythms, the flourishing spirit of jazz, and an innovative 21st century approach to performing “island music.” His principal instrument is one of the grandfathers of the ukulele, and part of the same instrumental family that includes the cavaquinho, the cuatro, and the charango. López’s music has been praised for “entrancing” performances of “delicately rippling notes” (The Huffington Post).

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Germán López and Antonio Toledo present 'Canela y Limón'