Spirit Of The Moment (2018) . Island Beat (2017) . w/ Tomatito – Água E Vinho (2016) . Take Five (2013) . w/ Mano A Mano Trio – On Fire ( 2012) . Festival De Jazz De Vitoria Gasteiz (2011) . From Within (2009) . And Sammy Walked ( 2008) . Puerto Rico Heineken Jazzfest (2007) . w/ Chucho Valdes – El Manisero (1999) . Tropical Jam (1993) . Nostalgia (Newport Jazz Festival 1991) . 1990 .
 Michel Camilo and Tomatito share the Salle Marcel Hélie stage at Jazz sous les Pommiers festival in Coutances, France >> 11 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Chucho Valdés, Gonzalo Rubalcaba & Michel Camilo will share the stage at SFJAZZ in San Francisco >> 31 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Domenican maestro Michel Camilo plays at Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, RI >> 52 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Dorothy Donegan, Michel Camilo, Joe Henderson, Herbie Hancock, Bobby McFerrin, Wynton Marsalis, Joe Williams and even Bill Clinton will perform at the celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Newport Jazz Festival held at the White House in Washington DC >> 29 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Spanish guitarist Tomatito and Dominican pianist Michel Camilo will share the stage at Jazz Festival Bern in Switzerland >> 17 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Spanish guitarist Tomatito duets with Dominican pianist Michel Camilo at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy >> 10 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Hiromi duets with Michel Camilo at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy >> 13 MINUTES on RVM >>
 Michel Camilo will play either in trio or in duo with Chucho Valdés at Umbria Jazz Festival in Perugia, Italy >> 54 MINUTES on RVM >>
Wikipedia : This day (April 4, 1954), in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, is born Michel Camilo, a pianist and composer.
Official Web Site : Academy Award-winning filmmaker Fernando Trueba, who featured Camilo in his documentary film Calle 54, says: Michel Camilo is one of the top all-around musicians. Whether it’s jazz, classical, Latin American music or film music, Michel is in his element. Every time I see him play, I feel like I’m witnessing a miracle.
@ allmusic : Originally playing accordion, he switched to piano when he was 16. After moving to New York in 1979, his song Why Not? became a hit for the Manhattan Transfer and caught on as a standard, and Caribe entered the repertoire of Dizzy Gillespie.
@last.fm : ”The first time I heard jazz was when I was 14 and a half. I heard the great Art Tatum on the radio playing his solo piano rendition of ‘Tea for Two.’ That immediately caught my ear. I just wanted to soak it in, to learn to play that style. Then I found out it was jazz.”