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Aziza is a composer, pianist, poet, vocalist, arranger and music educator. Aziza was born and raised in new york city. She started playing piano at 8 years of age and began composing music while attending The High School Of Music and Art and The Manhattan School Of Music. She has a master's degree in music education and a bacherlor's degree in theory. She taught in the new york city public schools system for approximately 16 years as a licensed music teacher. Alicia Keys was her vocal jazz improvisation and theory student for 3 years at The Professional Performing Arts School in new york city

ARTICLE: RADIO

Field Trip To The Vault!

Read "Field Trip To The Vault!" reviewed by Marc Cohn

After a dose of 21st century music from Dave Allen, Pat Metheny and Aziza, we continue to celebrate the life of Sonny Rollins with tracks from his last session for Prestige in 1956. Then it's deep into the vault for two 78rpm recreations from Charlie Parker (on tenor) with Miles & Erroll Garner's trio from the ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Lionel Loueke Trio al Parco della Musica di Roma

Read "Lionel Loueke Trio al Parco della Musica di Roma" reviewed by Mario Calvitti

Lionel Loueke Trio Parco della Musica Roma 28.02.2018 Avevamo già avuto modo di apprezzare il chitarrista del Benin Lionel Loueke sui palcoscenici dell'Auditorium romano lo scorso novembre, in occasione del concerto del sestetto di Chick Corea e Steve Gadd, ma in quella circostanza non era stato molto lo spazio lasciatogli ...

Aziza

Label: Dare2 Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Aziza Dance; Summer 14; Walkin' the Walk; Aquila; Blue Sufi; Finding the Light; Friends; Sleepless Night.

Aziza

Label: Dare2 Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Aziza Dance; Summer 15; Walkin' The Walk; Aquila; Blue Sufi; Finding The Light; Friends; Sleepless Night.

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Dan Bilawsky's Best Releases of 2016

Read "Dan Bilawsky's Best Releases of 2016" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Another year is almost in the books. And while there were many things to fret about in 2016, a lack of good music wasn't one of them. A quick look back at the year reminds us that jazz legends remain strong, rising stars continue to rapidly ascend, newcomers are making their presence felt, and the dearly ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Aziza: Aziza

Read "Aziza" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

How do you define Aziza? Is it a collective-minded outfit? A supergroup? An offshoot or variant on previous gatherings? An archetype for musical synergy? A nod-in-name to African mythology and spiritual discovery? Yes, it's all of that. But why not avoid the traps and trappings involved with classification and just cut to the chase: Aziza is ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Dave Holland, Chris Potter, Lionel Loueke, Eric Harland: Aziza

Read "Aziza" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Se dovessi scegliere il brano per me più elettrizzante dal disco di questo super gruppo non esiterei a consigliare l'ultimo: “Sleepless Night," un concentrato di energia ritmico/percussiva al calor bianco, esaltata dal lungo confronto tra il tenore di Chris Potter e la chitarra (in questo caso distorta) di Lionel Loueke. È comunque vero ...

Jazzsoetry Vol. 1

Label: Nonesuch Records
Released: 2007

Aziza

Label: Columbia
Released: 1991


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