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The Guinness Cork Jazz Camp 2013

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While much of the interest in Guinness Cork Jazz Festival --celebrating its 35th year in 2013--inevitably focuses on concert headliners, one of the hidden gems of the annual weekend programme is the Cork Jazz Camp, a collaborative effort between Fáilte IrelandCIT Cork School of Music and the Global Music Foundation which has been developing since 2009. ...

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Guinness Cork Jazz Festival 2013

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Guinness Cork Jazz Festival
Various Venues
Cork
Ireland
October 25-28, 2013

Whether it was chance or fate is debatable but the fact is that had it not been for a cancelled bridge tournament the first Cork Jazz Festival might never have got off the ground. The 35th Guinness Cork Jazz ...

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44 Voll-Damm Festival de Jazz de Barcelona: China Moses, Albert Sanz Trio y Brad Mehldau Trio

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China Moses
44 Voll-Damm Festival Internacional de Jazz de Barcelona
Artèria Paral.lel
17 de noviembre de 2013

No siempre hacen caso los hijos a los padres. De hecho, no debieran cuando llegan a una edad --padres e hijos--, pero siempre hay excusas para no contrariar a las voces de la experiencia. Una de esas voces ...

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Jordi Rossy Trio: Wicca

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Non si tratta di omonimia. Il pianista Jordi Rossy che troviamo alla testa di questo trio è proprio quel Jordi Rossy, ovvero il batterista del trio di Brad Mehldau. Complimenti vivissimi a Rossy, sinceri e dovuti, per la perizia che lo spagnolo mostra su entrambi gli strumenti. E però le nostre felicitazioni si fermano qui. Perchè Wicca non è certo ...

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Albert Sanz: Los Guys

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Pianist and composer Albert Sanz is from Spain. He's young (only 26), he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, and on the basis of Los Guys, he's prodigiously talented. As a composer, he seems to revel in the unexpected. His tunes are not cluttered with chords. Rather, they move in utterly delightful ways, with enough ...