Martí Serra (from Badalona) is undoubtedly one of the great names of the generation of jazz players that removed the Barcelona scene almost two decades ago. A disciple of George Garzone at the Berklee College of Music, Serra has worked with Al Foster, Giulia Valle, Xavi Maureta, Guillermo McGill, his generation colleagues Llibert Fortuny and Raynald Colom and on proposals such as Coetus. He has solo recorded works like “Alguns moments bons” (FSNT, 2008), Enderrock Prize, “Tea Time” (FSNT, 2010), “Cançons mecanoscrites” (Temps Record, 2016) or two duets with Sergi Sirvent. At the Jamboree he will present his new quartet, completed by young figures of our jazz, and he will record his next album live. “Serra shows that you do not have to go outside to listen to great jazz,” said El País critic Chema García Martínez. Well, that.