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Chico Pinheiro

One of the leading figures in modern Brazilian music, guitarist/composer/arranger Chico Pinheiro, was born in São Paulo. Self-taught, Pinheiro started playing the guitar and the piano when he was 7 years old. After starting to perform professionally at age 15, he rounded out his musical education with a stay in Boston, where he received his music degree from Berklee College of Music (Summa cum laude), studying with legendary teachers Mick Goodrick and Hal Crook and winning several academic/ musical prizes there during his studies. Not only an exceptional guitarist with a wonderful sound and great fluidity, Chico Pinheiro is a unique composer of originality and maturity, qualities that stand out on his solo recordings


The Art of Intimacy, Vol. 2/His Muse

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: For Whom I Love So Much; Slow Hot Wind; If I Ruled the World; I Can’t Escape from You; There’ll Be Other Times; Don’t Love Me; Blues in Sophistication; Two Different Worlds; When She Makes Music; Two for the Road.


Rovanio: The Music of Nanny Assis

Label: In + Out Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: No Agora (Mr. Bow Tie); Nenhum; Manha de Carnaval; Amor Omisso; Humankind; Back to Bahia; Proponho; The Northern Sea; Insensatez; Intimate Acquaintances


Article: Radio & Podcasts

New Music From Felipe Salles, Robin Nitram, Rudy Royston And More

Read "New Music From Felipe Salles, Robin Nitram, Rudy Royston And More" reviewed by Bob Osborne

Featured on this week's show are new releases from Felipe Salles, Robin Nitram, Rudy Royston, Duncan Hopkins, Soft Machine, Mark Dresser, Xavier Charles & Eric Normand, Michael Formanek, Marc Ducret, and Pat Thomas with Chris Sharkey & Luke Reddin-Williams.Playlist Show Intro 00:00 Robin Nitram “African Birds" from Sugar Free (Ramble Records) 00:47 Rudy Royston ...


Article: Album Review

Felipe Salles Interconnections Ensemble: Home is Here

Read "Home is Here" reviewed by Troy Dostert

For the third recording from his Interconnections Ensemble, tenor saxophonist and composer Felipe Salles chose to put the artists first--literally. That is, he had extensive conversations with each of the guest musicians on the record before composing the pieces on which each would be featured, thus highlighting their own stylistic and personal characteristics. The result is ...


Article: Album Review

Jeremy Pelt: The Art of Intimacy, Vol. 2/His Muse

Read "The Art of Intimacy, Vol. 2/His Muse" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Trumpeter Jeremy Pelt's album, The Art of Intimacy, Vol. 2, is a hybrid: nearly one-half jazz quartet (quintet on one track), more than the other half quartet with strings. Strangely enough, the strings are nowhere listed on the album jacket, nor are Pelt's colleagues in his quartet. One has to read an accompanying press release from ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Chico Pinheiro, Andy Emler, Franco D'Andrea, Vince Mendoza & New Releases

Read "Chico Pinheiro, Andy Emler, Franco D'Andrea, Vince Mendoza & New Releases" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Medium-sized and large-sized ensembles shine in all their nuances through the music included on today's playlist. At the end of the set Brazil, France and Norway add their own touch.Happy listening!Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz Theme (feat. Ted Nash & Pyeng Threadgill)" 0:00 Anthony Branker “What Place Can Be for Us?" What ...


Article: Live Review

Pat Martino: A Celebration of His Life and Legacy @ Jazz at the Point Festival

Read "Pat Martino: A Celebration of His Life and Legacy @ Jazz at the Point Festival" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

A Celebration of the Life and the Legacy of Pat Martino 35+ Musicians [email protected] Festival Gateway Playhouse Somers Point, NJ November 3-5, 2022 NOTE: A complete listing of the Celebration events and musicians provided by the South Jersey Jazz Society can be found here. ...


Article: Album Review

Roxana Amed: Unánime

Read "Unánime" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

La relazione tra jazz e musiche latine è quanto mai vasta e risale ai primi del Novecento ma il termine latin jazz è stato generalmente limitato alle relazioni col bacino caraibico, rese popolari dai vari Machito, Mario Bauza, Tito Puente, Chico O'Farrill eccetera. La cantante argentina Roxana Amed è tra quelle personalità musicali ...


Article: Interview

Joe Donofrio: Remembering Pat Martino

Read "Joe Donofrio: Remembering Pat Martino" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer

Guitarist Pat Martino passed away on November 1, 2021 after an extended bout of respiratory illness. As we approach the first anniversary of his passing, his long-time manager and dear friend Joe Donofrio and the South Jersey Jazz Society are putting together an exciting four days in the New Jersey coastal town of Somers Point, consisting ...


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