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Jovino Santos Neto Quinteto: Por Causa de Você

Jovino Santos Neto Quinteto: Por Causa de Você

This music is collected from a stage performance at the Triple Door in Seattle, Washington in 2015, held by the distinguished Brasilian composer and...

Jamey Haddad’s Under One Sun & Cyro Baptista’s Vira Loucos

Two of the world’s greatest percussionists, Jamey Haddad and Cyro Baptista, are joined by other stellar improvisers in this double-bill of global music. WHEN: FRIDAY,...
Dianne Reeves Quintet at Koerner Hall in Toronto

Dianne Reeves Quintet at Koerner Hall in Toronto

Dianne Reeves: Christmas Time is Here Dianne Reeves’ powerful, expressive voice has made her one of the pre-eminent jazz vocalists in the world. Heard live,...

Panama Jazz Festival Receives Official Decree

Annual Panama Jazz Festival Receives Official Decree From the Republic of Panama and Will Receive Annual Funding Starting in 2018 - Festival Dates: January...

Trio da Paz: 30

This is the quintessential Brasilian trio, a power trio if ever there was one, featuring Romero Lubambo, Nilson Matta and Duduka Da Fonseca. The...

Paquito D’Rivera: Tico Tico

Nothing – and I mean nothing; no track list and probably no ensemble either – is more suitable to the emotional intimacy and urgency...

Aimée Allen: Matter of Time

This is a slow burner of a disc. Honestly, I was not won at first hearing, Romero Lubambo notwithstanding. But listening is believing...
Anat Cohen

Anat Cohen: Luminosa

On her brand new and magnificent album "Luminosa," Anat Cohen gives us tone-poems first and pieces second, her technique as unobtrusive...

Nilson Matta: East Side Rio Drive

feel•ing (fee-ling): a function or the power of perceiving by touch. A particular sensation of this kind: a feeling of warmth. The general state of consciousness considered independently of...

Anat Cohen Releases New Album: Luminosa

Clarinetist-Saxophonist Anat Cohen Sings and Swings as She Explores a Glowing World of Music on “Luminosa” Anat’s seventh album as a leader – to be...

NYC: October Concerts at Jazz Standard

The Jazz Standard in New York City presents some exciting concerts in October 2014: Romero Lubambo Quartet, Edmar Castañeda World Ensemble, Richard Galiano Quintet...

Clarice Assad: Imaginarium

The release of Clarice Assad’s Imaginarium puts her in contention for some major recognition, for with this recording, Ms. Assad has created a veritable...

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...

Luciana Souza – Duos III

When Luciana Souza sings, it is possible to experience everything from the elemental ache of the ache of a proverbial knife plunged into the...

Ryan Truesdell – The Gil Evans Centennial Project

First, and probably most unique of all, was Evans’ capacity to “hear and discern” the sounds that swirled around his head. Here he in...

Luciana Souza & Romero Lubambo in Toronto

An Affair to Remember Concert Review: Luciana Souza & Romero Lubambo By Raul da Gama No matter where in the world you come from or live, the...

Luciana Souza & Romero Lubambo in Toronto

JPEC presents Brazilian Duos Luciana Souza & Romero Lubambo & Opener Amanda Tosoff’s Quartet Saturday, April 21 @ Toronto Centre for the Arts Toronto, ON - Tuesday, March...
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...

Meeco – Beauty Of The Night (Connector Records 2012)

The extraordinary songwriter and producer, Meeco’s new album, Beauty Of The Night comes with a hidden cautionary note which is not visible or audible until the first strains of the music is heard: It is an elementally sad album and a box of Kleenex may be de rigueur. However, this is not to say that the album is not beautiful. After all, in immense sadness there is beauty as well. Meeco should know this. He is smitten with things Brazilian [...]

Claudio Roditi – Bons Amigos (Resonance Records – 2011)

Most fans, even aficionados of contemporary music, still only vaguely know the great trumpeter Claudio Roditi as the “Brazilian who joined Arturo Sandoval in Dizzy Gillespie’s United Nations Orchestra”. It is a pity that Roditi’s musical reputation rests on so narrow a spectrum in his enormous musical career. Few know, for instance, that Roditi was one of the first Brazilian musicians to relocate in the United States of America: in 1970 as a matter of fact [...]

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