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F. August Bish

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Shai Jaschek

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Shai Jaschek is an Israeli born guitarist, composer, and music educator based in New York City.

After first picking up the guitar at 10 years old, Shai has since dedicated his life to music,
playing and performing constantly.

Before establishing himself in NYC, Shai completed his Bachelor’s in Arts from Israel’s top
jazz performance programs, such as “The Jazz Institute” at the “Rimon School of Music”,
and the “Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance”.
During this time, Shai sought the opportunity to seek mentorship from world renowned musicians, such as trumpeter Avishai Cohen, saxophonist Eli Degibri, and composer
Yoni Rechter.
As their mentee, Shai developed his unique voice as a composer and improviser.

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Molly Mahoney

I'll conserve my words and avoid giving the full spiel, but Molly Mahoney is more than a client to me. She's the answer to vocal jazz's future, the logical next step from Nicole Henry and Madeleine Peyroux. The crossover artist with a classical voice is releasing a tribute album of sorts, but it's a bit different—it's a tribute to a cousin, Cole Porter.

Molly grew up in a world she credits for taking her as far as she's gone. She began performing with a traveling big band at age ten and hasn't stopped performing since (save for that whole uncomfortable year before the vaccine)

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Barba Negri Ziliani

BARBA NEGRI ZILIANI is the trio formed by Riccardo Barba (piano), Federico Negri (drums) and Nicola Ziliani (double bass). The group was born after years of collaboration in projects ranging from contemporary classical music through jazz and author's music. Combining the different experiences and studies of the three musicians, the trio was officially born in 2019 and released their first album TOO MANY KEYS in 2020. ORPHEUS IN THE UNDERGROUND is the second album by the trio BARBA NEGRI ZILIANI. After the first album and a sound research aimed at electronic experimentation and the contamination between structural elements of classical music, the sounds of rock music and the insertion of synthesizers and electronics all based on the classic formation of the piano trio, the group has crystallized in this new work the results of that research.

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Francesco Mascio

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Francesco Mascio, chitarrista e compositore italiano, nasce a Cassino nel 1981. Ha all'attivo una pluriennale carriera con un numero di concerti a quattro cifre sia in Italia, da Torino a Caltanissetta, passando per Milano, Bologna, Roma, Napoli, sia all'estero in Europa e negli Stati Uniti. Numerosi album tra i quali ricordiamo "Europa Jazz Quartet" (Zone di Musica 2012), "Mantras for a New Era" (Zone di Musica 2013), "Ganga's Spirit" (Emme Record Label 2015), "Jaggae" (Filibusta Records 2017) che l'ha portato a suonare presso l'Auditorium Parco della Musica di Roma, "Wu Way" (Filibusta Records 2018), “Live at Strike” (Cultural Bridge 2019), “I Thàlassa Mas” (Manitu Records 2019), “Preview” (Italian Way Music 2020), "My Standards" (Birdbox Records 2022), "Horizons" (Aventino Music 2022), e il suo nuovo singolo "A Song for Peace" (Birdbox Records 2022

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Daniel Gassin

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Daniel Gassin is an Australian pianist and composer of Franco-American descent based in Paris. Before relocating to France in 2013, Daniel garnered both local and international acclaim in his hometown of Melbourne. He was a finalist in the Jazz Solo Piano Competition at the iconic Montreux Jazz Festival in 2007, reached the final three at the Australian National Jazz Awards in 2013, and was nominated for the prestigious Freedman Fellowship in 2016. He recorded his second Trio album “Crossover” in 2008 for ABC Jazztrack, and in 2011 the Daniel Gassin Sextet's debut album was released to critical acclaim and widespread national airplay

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Carl Cornwell

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With a 40 year career that’s included stints with Roy Haynes and Pharoah Sanders—not to mention co-founding Amnesia Express with Gil Scott-Heron—Carl Cornwell is a veteran saxophonist still performing high energy post-bop contemporary jazz with blues and latin influences.

Known in the '90s for his compositions & performances with progressive jazz ensemble UNIT CIRCLE, he has been the featured saxophonist with the Washington DC based Project Natale since 2002 and is now touring his own quartet at festivals and clubs around the mid-Atlantic corridor and beyond.

In addition to his small ensemble work, Carl has appeared as lead alto-saxophonist with the Bay Side Big Band and the Eubie Blake Jazz Institute Orchestra (Baltimore, MD) .

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B/Y Organism

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At 20 years old, Daniel Bulatkin is already one of the leading voices of young jazz in the Czech Republic. Despite his age he actively collaborates with world-famous players such as Ulf Wakenius, Justin Faulkner, Tineke Postma and Gergo Borlai. Kirill Yakovlev is a skilled crossover guitarist and composer well-known from his previous project CIRILIC, but also from many projects where he performs as sideman. This duo cooperates with highly in-demand European drummers such as Utsi Zimring or Petr Nohavica. Balancing between piano and organ; guitar, duduk and balalaika; drums, exotic percussion and electronics; Organism seeks to create unforgettable music textures and powerful rhythms

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Eldad Tarmu

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Eldad Tarmu was born and raised in Los Angeles. He originally played drums and percussion before switching to the vibraphone where his mentor was Dave Pike. He spent time in Israel, studied and graduated from Tel Aviv University, and then back in the United States performed and recorded with a range of jazz groups including Freddie Hubbard, Frank Morgan, Poncho Sanchez, and Ernie Watts. Tarmu became a world traveler, performing at festivals and venues in over twenty-five countries while developing his own fresh voice on the vibes. He began recording as a leader in 1997 with Aluminum Forest, followed by Get Up Close, which garnered notable critical acclaim

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Muhammad Dawjee

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Muhammad was born and raised Pretoria, South Africa. He was never formally educated in music, but grew up surrounded by it - in the Malay choral Gadaat recitals his grandfather used to host on Sundays and tinkering at the piano his grandmother bought for his elder sisters (who were already taking lessons when he was born). Muhammad was selected as a member of the Standard Bank National Schools’ Big Band for the years 2006, 2007 and 2008 at the Standard Bank National Youth Jazz Festival, Grahamstown. The 2008 band, conducted by Shannon Mowday also performed at the Standard Bank Joy of Jazz in Johannesburg. In 2009 he was selected alongside tertiary music students (Sisonke Xonti and others) and local and international professional muscians such as Shannon Mowday, Mike Rossi, Frank Brodahl (Norway) & Arne Hiorth (Norway) to perform as a part of the North Sea Big Band, curated and conducted by Arne Hiorth. In 2010 he was selected as a member of the New South African Orchestra in 2010 alongside emerging young talents Nhlanhla Daniel Mahlangu, Oscar Rachabane and Billy Monama to perform with a collective of South African Legends such as Barney Rachabane, Khaya Mahlangu, Feya Faku directed and conducted by Dr


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