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Miho Hazama

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Grammy-nominated composer, Miho Hazama is one of the most promising and talented composers/arrangers of her generation. Lauded in Downbeat as one of “25 for the Future”, Miho developed her signature jazz chamber orchestra “munit”. Now having three full length releases on Universal Music Japan/ Sunnyside Records, Miho has written for and expertly showcased the abilities of guest artists such as Joshua Redman, Lionel Loueke, Stefon Harris, and Gil Goldstein, to name a few. Her debut album received the Jazz JAPAN rising star award, and she has been featured in such influential publications as Downbeat, The New York Times, NPR, JazzTimes among others

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Gabriel Santiago

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Brazilian-born Gabriel Santiago is an award-winning composer, arranger, performer, and music educator. A master of both the acoustic and electric guitar, Santiago has released 14 albums (including CDs & DVDs) and regularly performs solo and accompanied concerts and festivals across the U.S. and around the globe. Filled with passion and culture, his ever-evolving sound represents a dynamic confluence of his classical, jazz and Brazilian roots. Santiago has collaborated with a wide variety of artists, including Esperanza Spalding, Chris Potter, Stefon Harris, John Clayton, Terence Blanchard, Janek Gwizdala, Carmen Bradford, André Mehmari, Romero Lubambo, Odair Assad, Gilson Peranzzetta and Recording Engineer Master Rupert Neve

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Ann Hampton Callaway

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Ann Hampton Callaway is one America's most gifted and prolific artists. A leading champion of the great American Songbook, she's made her mark as a singer, pianist, composer, lyricist, arranger, actress, educator, TV host and producer. Voted by Broadwayworld.com as "Performer of the Year" and two years in a row as "Best Jazz Vocalist," Ann is born entertainer. Her unique singing style that blends jazz and traditional pop, making her a mainstay in concert halls, theaters and jazz clubs as well as in the recording studio, on television, and in film. She is best known for Tony-nominated performance in the hit Broadway musical "Swing!" and for writing and singing the theme song to the hit TV series "The Nanny." Callaway is a Platinum Award winning writer whose songs are featured on seven of Barbra Streisand's recent CD's

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Dennis Mackrel

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Dennis was born, April 3, 1962. A child prodigy, he began playing the drums when he was two; and became a professional musician at the age of ten when he performed in the Anchorage Community Theater's production of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum". Developing his craft in various playing situations, Dennis received numerous awards such as "Who's Who in Music", 1979; National Endowment for the Arts grant for composition in 1983; and in 1992; "Outstanding Alumni" from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. While attending UNLV, he was a member of the acclaimed UNLV Jazz Ensemble where his drumming and arranging skills caught the attention of legendary jazz vocalist Joe Williams

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marco sinopoli

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Biography Composer, arranger and multi-instrumentalist Marco Sinopoli has dedicated his training to the study of classical composition and jazz studying with many of the best Italian musicians and teachers. Over the years he has collaborated as a guitarist in Italy and abroad with various artists, in the field of jazz and pop music, including Fabrizio Bosso, Roberto Gatto, Nicola Stilo, Ramberto Ciammarughi, Alessandro Gwis, Lino Patruno, Baraonna, Peppino Gagliardi, Max Gagliardi, Sergio Cammariere, Francesco Di Giacomo, Francesco Fratini, Simone Alessandrini, Federica Mischianti, The Session's Voices, Primiano Di Biasie (Dire Straits) and many others. He has received various commissions as a composer from institutions such as "Nuova Consonanza", "Macerata Arena Sferisterio", "Roman Philharmonic Academy", "Paolo Grassi Foundation", "Seminario de Cultura Mexicana", "Academy of the Cathedral of San Giovanni", "Un organ for Rome "and collaborating with various ensembles and soloists including" Sentieri Selvaggi "by Carlo Boccadoro," Mexico City Wind Quintet "," Mitja Quartet "," Accademia della Cattedrale di San Giovanni "," Imago Sonora " , “Alessandro Carbonare trio”, Michele Marco Rossi, Samuele Telari, Bruno Paolo Lombardi, Andrea Corsi, Luca Cipriano, Alessandra Amorino, Angelo Bruzzese. In 2018 he founded the "Marco Sinopoli-Extradiction" ensemble with which he developed his own original music in a transversal jazz approach, releasing the first album "Chromatic landscape" in 2021 for the label "Parco della Musica records". In 2022 he founded the "Marco Sinoopoli 5et" in wich he plays both piano and the guitar with Simone Alessandrini, soprano sax, Luca Cipriano, clarinet, Marco Siniscalco, bass, and Evita Polidoro on drums. In 2019 he won the prestigious international award "Macerata Opera Festival" and the commission for musical theater work "Can you heart me?" which has seen several replicas within the Sferisterio Festival and the Roma Europa Festival. At the same time, in addition to working in the studio as a session player and arranger, he composes music for plays, short films, commercials and documentaries. "The beauty of the donkey" and "Come to the world" by S.Castellitto assistant to the composition and guitarist for Arturo Annechino and Eduardo Cruz, "In waking we are saved" by L.Yandoli, "With the eyes of Rapanui" by RGBarca, "Vicino a te" by G.Sinopoli, "Entierro" by Maura Morales Bergamnn, "The guard" by L

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Zach Green

Born in Columbus, Ohio, Zach “Z. M.” Green is a 24-year-old composer, arranger, music director, and graduate of Berklee College of Music. Zach is sought after for his marching band and vocal jazz charts, original jazz tunes, horn and string arrangements, music notation and copyist skills, and his work as a producer, vocalist, guitarist, and percussionist in both live and studio situations. He’s the founder and director of the 11-piece jazz band Zach Green’s Elevention, and is the co-founder and music director of the vocal jazz group The New Standard.

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Gaya Feldheim Schorr

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Gaya Feldheim Schorr is a vocalist, multi-instrumentalist and photographer originally from Tel Aviv - Jaffa and currently based in Marseille, France, after spending almost a decade in New York City. 'I Have Considered The Lilies' is Gaya’s vibrant re-imagination of the music of Connie Converse, an enigmatic singer-songwriter who left behind a staggering archive of music and texts after her disappearance in 1974. Alongside a group of cult-favorite Brooklynite collaborators including Grey Mcmurray (guitar), Tal Yahalom (guitar), and Eva Lawitts (bass), Gaya invites the listener into the intimate world of Converse’s songs, poems, and ontological wrestlings with equal doses of warmth and melancholy

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Marcello Carelli

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Marcello Carelli, 22 years old, is one of the most versatile musicians on the music scene today. Originally from Bedford Hills, New York, Carelli is a currently getting his master's degree in Jazz Studies at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music. He received his undergraduate degree in Studio Music and Jazz at the University of Miami's Frost School of Music. Marcello is a former Stamps Distinguished Ensemble Scholar, having been chosen out of many applicants to play in a high profile jazz quintet for four years. Along with this group, Carelli has also played in the award-winning Frost Concert Jazz Band and the Brian Lynch Artist Ensemble

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Carrera Quinta

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Colombia Andean Jazz Created by Javier Pérez Sandoval & Francy Montalvo. Playing since 2006. Carrera Quinta´s New album "Big Band" has been nominated for the Latin Grammy in the categorie of best Latin Jazz Album. In 2015 Carrera Quinta decided to come back to the studio and record a new album with a Big Band. Conducted by Colombian Director Ricardo Jaramillo and Recorded by the Latin Grammy award winner engineer Mauricio Cano, the 19 piece Band went to the studio and recorded something unique and special in Colombian music history. The album features compositions awarded in 2013 by Bogotá´s department of Arts, Idartes, and one piece commissioned by Bogotá´s Jazz Festival, Jazz al Parque, in 2014

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Avinoam Ettun

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Avinoam Ettun is an Israeli composer and guitar player. living in New York. An alumnus of the Jerusalem Music Academy and a Master's student at the New School, Ettun has played and recorded with important figures in the Israeli and European jazz scenes: Hans-Peter Salentin, Boris Gammer, Albert Piamenta, Daniel Schwarzwald, David Alphandary, Milena Jancuric, Nadav Assaf, Allina Zalozna, Jason Rosenblatt's country band, and more. Ettun's work also includes collaborations with artists from other practices: Working with poets and painters and playing in an improvisation ensemble with dancers. The latest release of Ettun, "Searching for Colors," includes his compositions for string quartet and jazz ensemble, featuring improvised sections and well-orchestrated colorful moments


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