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Natalia Calderon Quartet: Flor Azul

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If one were to examine the proliferation of jazz on a global scale, Spain might be a good place to start. Though it is recognized that Spanish music, primarily flamenco, has achieved a strong foothold with jazz aficionados, there are numerous artists in Spain that are performing jazz on a regular basis and their ranks appear to be growing. With the release of Flor Azul, vocalist, songwriter, and producer Natalia Calderón will be acknowledged as a rising talent in the ...