Argentine-English guitarist and composer Dominic Miller is one of those shadow-people who doesn't get nearly enough credit for his work - the man worked with Backstreet Boys, Sugababes, Rod Stewart, and Luciano Pavarotti (to name just a few), worked on Phil Collin's solo album, played guitar on every single Sting album, co-authored the song "Shape of My Heart" and many other notable ones. About his latest album, "Absinthe", the musician says: "My long-term collaboration with Sting has influenced my approach to music. I've absorbed many of his ideas for arranging songs and telling stories". The result? Great compositions by Dominic, who always leaves room for other instrumentalists, especially bandoneon, to improvise. This characteristic instrument left its mark on all the music on the album. "Jazz Times" described Dominik Miller as a guitarist who "brings out every note, feeds on breaks and whispers created by moving fingers on guitar strings". Dominic Miller is going to be performing with Rhani Krija (percussion), Nicolas Fiszman (bass), Jacob Karlzon (piano), and Santiago Arias (bandoneon).