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David Virelles


Recently named one of four young pianists on the rise by the New York Times, Cuban born pianist and composer David Virelles grew up in a musical home. His father is a professional singer-songwriter and his mother is a flautist in the Santiago de Cuba Symphony. He started studying classical music at the age of seven, as well as being exposed to the large array of Cuban music styles. Eventually, David discovered his grandfather’s jazz collection and also became interested in that tradition. In 2001, he left for Canada as a protégé of Canadian musician Jane Bunnett, with whom he recorded several albums (two of them Grammy nominated), toured and collaborated with on a number of projects. While in Canada, David graduated from the music program at Humber College


Article: Multiple Reviews

The Jazz Detective Strikes Again

Read "The Jazz Detective Strikes Again" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Producer Zev Feldman, like Joe DiMaggio, has done it again. In May of 1941, DiMaggio began a major league baseball hitting streak. People followed his exploits game after game and hit after hit. DiMaggio's amazing record of 56 consecutive games still stands to this day. Same can be said of Feldman. His detective work, finding rare ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Brandon Ross, Vinnie Sperrazza & Gordon Grdina

Read "Brandon Ross, Vinnie Sperrazza & Gordon Grdina" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

It's deep, it's different, it's unique and definitely original--the music of guitarist Brandon Ross & Phantom Station. Off The End is the feature album in this episode. Also new, drummer Vinnie Sperrazza & Apocryphal, the very creative guitar/oud player Gordon Grdina with two different albums, and a bunch of interesting music from Europe: saxophonist Signe Emmeluth ...


Article: Live Review

John Patitucci Trio At The Jazz Forum

Read "John Patitucci Trio At The Jazz Forum" reviewed by Scott Lichtman

John Patitucci Trio The Jazz Forum Tarrytown, NY February 9, 2024 Elite bassist John Patitucci brought his trio to Tarrytown, NY, on Friday night. Known for his eclectic work over four plus decades with artists including Chick Corea, Wayne Shorter, and scores of others, Patitucci, pianist David Virelles and drummer Adam ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Random Acts of Roach, Knoel Scott, Jimmy Rowles

Read "Random Acts of Roach, Knoel Scott, Jimmy Rowles" reviewed by David Brown

This week, we'll kick off our celebration of the Max Roach Centennial with a weekly set titled Random Acts of Max Roach; the show will also include a pair of tunes featuring saxophonist Knoel Scott of the Sun Ra Arkestra, jazz interpretations of Neil Young songs, and a set showcasing pianist Jimmy Rowles. Welcome friends and ...


Article: Year in Review

Ludovico Granvassu's Garden of Jazzy Delights 2023

Read "Ludovico Granvassu's Garden of Jazzy Delights 2023" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

If it is true that, like The Police once put it, “when the world is going down you make the best of what's still around," then throughout 2023 jazz fans were better off than most other social groups. In a year in which everyday news brought ever more inconceivable disappointments, jazz musicians, labels, festivals and venues ...


For Loved Ones

Label: Dream Gold Soul
Released: 2023
Track listing: For Loved Ones



Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Lament For Lo; Passage; Muna & Johna’s Playtime; Tiempos; Groundhog Day; Tears I Cannot Hide; A Slight Taste (Dez Intro); A Slight Taste; Out of Sight, Out of Mind; West Berkley St..


The Other One

Label: Pi Recordings
Released: 2023
Track listing: Movement I: Sections 1-2; Section 3; Sections 4-4A; Sections 5-6; Sections 6A-7A; Sections 8-8A; Sections 9-11; Section 11 (Trapset Interlude); Finale; Movement II; Movement III: Section 11A; Sections 12-12B; Section 12B (Violin Interlude); Section 13; Section 14; Section 15; Section 16; Section 17; Finale.


Article: Year in Review

Troy Dostert's Best Releases of 2023

Read "Troy Dostert's Best Releases of 2023" reviewed by Troy Dostert

With a steady supply of fantastic music, 2023 offered an abundance of riches to fans of creative jazz. With groups spanning the gamut from small combos to large ensembles, there is a good deal of diversity on offer here, but what these artists all have in common is an uncompromising commitment to making music that transcends ...


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