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Fandango at the Wall - Arturo O'Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

Arturo O’Farrill Journeys to the U.S.-Mexico Border on “Fandango at the Wall”

Arturo O’Farrill Journeys to the U.S.-Mexico Border to Erase Artificial Dividing Lines to Envision a Future of Inclusion and Collaboration Between Nations Fandango at the...
The Paco de Lucía Project - Flamenco Legends

The Night That Paco de Lucía Was Reborn

In a sense what Paco de Lucía once said about his beloved flamenco music came to pass on October 21, 2017, when, between 8:00pm...
Paco de Lucia Project at Koerner Hall

Flamenco Legends by Javier Limón: The Paco de Lucía Project

Created by 10-time Latin Grammy winner Javier Limón, The Paco de Lucía Project reassembles original band members that toured with the legendary flamenco guitarist...

Paquito D’Rivera: Paquito & Manzanero

*Editor's Pick - Album of the month - Armando Manzanero is 80 years old now. But he has been practicing his craft since the age...

Paquito & Manzanero Coming In 2016

Paquito & Manzanero by Paquito D'Rivera A collaboration made in heaven! In Paquito & Manzanero, Paquito D'Rivera plays (and pays tribute to) the music of...

Thana Alexa: Ode To Heroes

There is something enchanting about the vocalastic melismas of this album that open it up to a wider circle of listeners that simply want...
Entre 20 Aguas - A la música de Paco de Lucía

Paco de Lucía Tribute: Entre 20 Aguas

What would a perfect tribute to the legendary Flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía be? It is easy to suggest a tribute by some of...

Gabriel Espinosa & Hendrik Meurkens: Samba Little Samba

Hendrik Meurkens and Gabriel Espinosa have established a relationship that seems to allow them to make recordings as if they have known each other...

Carolina Calvache: Sotareño

The elegant pianistic urgings—whether in consonant or in dissonant harmony—at the delicate hand of the Colombian-born Carolina Calvache are much too seductive to resist....

Carolina Calvache Releases “Sotareño”

The rhythms of Latin America have been familiar to jazz since the music’s inception. The “Spanish tinge” has become more than just that over...

Antonio Sánchez – New Life

"In fact when Mr. Sánchez plays, there is a sense, however spectral, that he is playing notes and chords that are pulsed into quantum...

Hendrik Meurkens & Gabriel Espinosa with Anat Cohen & Antonio Sanchez: Celebrando

It is most appropriate for Zoho Music to celebrate their 100th recording with harmonica-player Hendrik Meurkens and, among others, bassist Gabriel Espinosa...
Helio Alves Presents Música

Helio Alves Presents: Música

Helio Alves is a pianist whose playing is marked by the unsurpassed beauty of expression. The poetry of this expression is pronounced and manifests...

Gabriel Espinosa – From Yucatan To Rio (Zoho Music 2009)

The journey from Yucatan to Rio was a really smooth one. It was brimful with samba and bossa nova, with a little baroque thrown in probably the happy memory of a childhood resplendent withy the music of Bach and Vivaldi. And there is plenty of everything in evidence on the record that Gabriel Espinosa has produced to commemorate his spirit journey from the place of his birth [...]

Paoli Mejias: Jazzambia

On this earthy and emotionally charged record, Jazzambia (2008), percussionist Paoli Mejias may appear to be showcasing his skills, but in actual fact, he is doing much more than that. He is actually setting out to draw a not-so-tenuous rhythmic line between the music of Africa and of Puerto Rico. In his own very personal vision of Puerto Rico the glue that binds this is European [...]

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