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Drummer Francisco Mela To Lead The Crash Trio + One At Upcoming Performance At Cornelia Street Café On February 24

Drummer Francisco Mela To Lead The Crash Trio + One At Upcoming Performance At Cornelia Street Café On February 24

On February 24, 2017, Cuban drummer Francisco Mela (Joe Lovano, McCoy Tyner, Chucho Valdés) will lead his ensemble, The Crash Trio + One, for a one-night performance at the Cornelia Street Café in New York City. The show will feature Tony Malaby (tenor saxophone), Leo Genovese (piano), Santi Debriano (bass), alongside Mela on drums. Mela’s upcoming performance follows ...


Roni Ben-Hur & Santi Debriano Featuring Duduka Da Fonseca: Our Thing

Read "Our Thing" reviewed by Ernest Barteldes

Recorded in early 2011, Our Thing marks the first studio collaboration of guitarist Roni Ben-Hur and bassist Santi Debriano. They have worked together in a live setting on numerous occasions and are joined, in this endeavor, by drummer/percussionist Duduka Da Fonseca, who brings an extra flavor to the music.

The CD opens with Thelonious Monk's ...


Martin Moretto Quintet: Martin Moretto Quintet

Read "Martin Moretto Quintet" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Composer/arranger Martin Moretto is a member of the legendary Argentine Progressive Tango group and happens to be one of New York's most active Argentinean guitarists, delivering one of the finest self-titled debuts with the his Martin Moretto Quintet. Exploring uncommon territory, the music showcases eight modern jazz compositions containing elements of the Argentine influence. Featuring New ...


Kaufman Center Hosts Jazz Concert Featuring Roni Ben-Hur, Santi Debriano & More

Festi-Jazz NYC: Saturday April 9, 2011, 8 pm at Merkin Concert Hall: FREE

Jazz Musicians from NYC and the South of France Celebrate International Musical Connections

Featuring Renowned Jazz Performers Roni Ben-Hur, Santi Debriano, Amy London & Steve Williams with Ensembles from the Jazz Program at Kaufman Center's Lucy Moses School

This spring a free concert ...

Louis Hayes: The Time Keeper & Off The Cuff

Read "Louis Hayes: The Time Keeper & Off The Cuff" reviewed by Graham L. Flanagan

Louis Hayes

The Timekeeper

18th & Vine


Rick Germanson

Off the Cuff

Owl Studios


Louis Hayes still ranks among the few hard bop legends that emerged during the '50s and '60s who still contribute ...