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Interview

Eleonora Strino: Leading The Way

Read "Eleonora Strino: Leading The Way" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Any young person who dreams of becoming a jazz musician surely imagines the romance of a bohemian life spent traveling the world, playing to appreciative audiences. But it is not an easy career path. It requires complete dedication and many years of study and practice. The economics are hardly enticing either. And life on the road, for weeks or months at a time, is not for everyone. Eleonora Strino knew she wanted to be a jazz guitarist when ...

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Album Review

Eleonora Strino: I Got Strings

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There comes a before-and-after moment in any jazz musician's career with their first album as a leader. For Neapolitan guitarist Elenora Strino, I Got Strings marks a transition of sorts, from band member on the projects of pianist Dado Moroni and saxophonist Emanuele Cisi, to headline grabber in her own right. In fairness, Strino has led her own trios since 2016, but it usually takes the solid currency of one's own album to make the wider world sit up and ...

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Radio & Podcasts

Eleonora Strino, Yussef Dayes, Erik Truffaz, Hernan Cassibba & More

Read "Eleonora Strino, Yussef Dayes, Erik Truffaz, Hernan Cassibba & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu


After a couple of weeks focusing on some of our favorite tunes from the first half of the year here we are back on our night road to some of the most exciting new and upcoming releases, many of them with a cinematic and nocturnal vibe.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Erik Truffaz “Route de nuit" Rollin' (Blue Note) 0:16 Host talks 3:51 Hernan Cassibba “Isolation Dance" Nuevos ...


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