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Sambas, Bossas and Blues: The Best of Claudio Roditi on Resonance

Listen to: Sambas, Bossas and Blues: The Best of Claudio Roditi

Sambas, Bossas & Blues: The Best of Claudio Roditi on Resonance captures 15 of the most essential tracks recorded for the label compiled from...
Duduka Da Fonseca & Helio Alves - Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim

Duduka Da Fonseca & Helio Alves ft. Maucha Adnet: Samba Jazz and Tom Jobim

Thanks in large part to the inimitable drummer Duduka Da Fonseca and Family Adnet, the music of...
Paquito D'Rivera and The United Nation Orchestra: A Night in Englewood

Paquito D’Rivera and The United Nation Orchestra: A Night in Englewood

This album was made at the time after Paquito D’Rivera had inherited what was left of Dizzy Gillespie’s seminal United Nation Orchestra and just...

Duduka Da Fonseca & Helio Alves To Release ‘Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim’

Samba Jazz & Tom Jobim Featuring Maucha Adnet Special Guests: Wynton Marsalis & Claudio Roditi Tom Jobim and João Gilberto’s partnership provided one of the most...
Phil Marucci - Next Stop Brazil

Phil Marucci: Next Stop Brazil

You would be forgiven if you thought you were listening to a Brasilian while playing Next Stop Brazil by Phil Marucci. The Portuguese is...
Victor Assis Brasil - Esperanto e Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim

Victor Assis Brasil: Esperanto / Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim

The first point worth making is that Roberto Quartin’s 1970 recordings of Victor Assis Brasil Esperanto and Toca Antonio Carlos Jobim (now combined by...

Victor Rendón & Bronx Conexión Latin-Jazz Band: True Flight

Editor's Pick · Album of the Month · Victor Rendón has often flown slightly under the populist radar. It has been quite another matter among...

In Conversation With Victor Rendón

Interview: In Conversation with Percussionist, Composer, Arranger, Educator Victor Rendón Based out of Lehman College in the Bronx and led by percussionist, composer, and arranger,...

Romero Lubambo: Só—Brasilian Essence

Solo instrumental performances can be solitary pursuits, but not for Romero Lubambo and here is why. More than most guitarists, Mr. Lubambo has an...

Steve Turre – Woody`s Delight

Few trombone players in Steve Turre’s generation have pushed the boundaries of their instrument further than he has. Born of the blue, hard bopping...
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...
Claudio Roditi - Bons Amigos

Claudio Roditi: Bons Amigos

Most fans, even aficionados of contemporary music, still only vaguely know the great trumpeter Claudio Roditi as the “Brazilian who joined Arturo Sandoval in...

Brian Lynch “Unsung Heroes” Project

The “Unsung Heroes” project represents a bold step in redefining the relationship between the jazz artist and the audience. “Unsung Heroes” transforms the jazz tradition even as it affirms it, through the breakthrough use of current technology to make the creative process of a classic form aurally transparent. “Unsung Heroes” allows a crucial segment of the jazz audience – the practitioner/listener – to directly enter the music as a participant [...]
Claudio Roditi - Photo courtesy of Resonance Records

Um Abraço Pra Claudio · An Interview with Claudio Roditi

My palms are wet, but I am not nervous—just uncontrollably excited to be talking with Claudio Roditi, an iconic figure in music. With Brasilian...

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 [...]
Claudio Roditi - Brazilliance x4

Claudio Roditi: Brazilliance x4

Charles Mingus would have loved the way Claudio Roditi plays his horn. He is most like Clarence “Gene” Shaw. And like Shaw, Roditi knows...