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Take Five With Fidel Cuellar

Read "Take Five With Fidel Cuellar" reviewed by Fidel Cuellar

Meet Fidel Cuellar:

A native of Bogota, Colombia, Fidel Cuellar moved to New York City in 2007 to continue his apprenticeship as a jazz pianist and composer under the tutelage of renowned musicians like Bruce Barth, Mike Holober, and John Patitucci. In 2009, Cuellar graduated summa cum laude from the City College of New ...

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Carlos Jimenez / Mambo Dulcet: Red Tailed Hawk

Read "Red Tailed Hawk" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Latin jazz flute players aren't exactly commonplace, but artists like Dave Valentin, Nestor Torres, Bobby Porcelli and, more recently, Mark Weinstein have helped to widen this avenue of instrumental exploration. They've paved the way and opened up a world of possibilities for fine and feisty flautists of the present and future to flourish in danceable domains. ...

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Carlos Jimenez & Mambo Dulcet: Red Tailed Hawk

Read "Red Tailed Hawk" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Lively danceable Latin music comes alive on flautist Carlos Jimenez and his Mambo Dulcet band's Red Tailed Hawk, presenting six originals and four covers on a landscape of hot Afro-Cuban rhythms. Jimenez and his group navigate through the high flying winds of the genre, incorporating elements of salsa and jazz in a decidedly shoulder-moving session of ...

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From the basement to the Montréal Jazz Festival: Guitarist Carlos Jiménez' self-taught road to success

On his latest album Undercurrents, guitarist Carlos Jiménez exhibits the cool self-confidence and keen precision of an artist at the top of his game, about as far as it gets from the kid who used to practice in his parents' basement. But every musician has to begin somewhere, and for Jiménez those tireless moments underground provided the ...

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Carlos Jimenez: Arriving

Read "Arriving" reviewed by Stephen Latessa

There is no doubt that for a large part of the movie-watching population, jazz flute will instantly call to mind Will Ferrell's heroically unhinged performance on said instrument in a scene from Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. That Ferrell is now synonymous with jazz flute in some quarters says something, although I'm not exactly sure ...