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Itai Kriss & Telavana: Supermoon

In bringing together his exquisite ensemble Telavana, the flutist Itai Kriss showed that he was eager to...

Mauricio J. Rodríguez Project: Luz

One of the greatest and everlasting legacies of Johann Sebastian Bach is his invention of bass line...

Angel Roman & Mambo Blue: Festive Interplay

For an ensemble as medium-sized as Angel Roman & Mambo Blue what you get on Festive Interplay...

Daniel García Trio: Vía de la Plata

Spain may have been considered proverbial diadem of the world, between the 7th and 11th centuries, when...

Henry Cole & Villa Locura: Buscando la Vida

Colonisation of the Americas and the Caribbean has done little to stifle the traditional cultures of the...

Edmar Castañeda: Family

The harp is one of the most challenging – even diabolically – instruments to play in music...

Michael Eckroth Group: Plena

Composer and pianist Michael Eckroth is a charismatic artist, a distinctive voice in a field crowded with...

Negroni’s Trio: Esperanzas/Hopes

It is surely a critic’s joy to discover a major talent relatively obfuscated in the plethora of...

OMARA: Hugo Perez’s brilliant documentary of Cuba’s one and only Omara Portuondo

There is something about the great Cuban chanteuse, Omara Portuondo that bears comparison with Louis Armstrong and...

Héctor Infanzón: Días Sin Tiempo

Héctor Infanzón, recognized as one of the most complete Mexican pianists, is a performer and composer with...

Leon Lee Dorsey: Freedom Jazz Dance

Leon Lee Dorsey once enjoyed the company of the celebrated pianist Hilton Ruiz, playing in one...

Guai: Capitania

For the Brasilian singer Guai – not nearly as known as she deserves to be – to...

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