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Diogo Vida

Lisbon, 1977. Completed his degree in Jazz in ESMAE (oPORTO,2005). Completed classical piano studies at the Lisbon Conservatory (2000). Also studied Musical Composition at ESML, attended workshops with portuguese and foreign jazz musicians. Worked with several musical projects and played in clubs and festivals in Portugal, Spain and Angola. Since 2003 he leads his own group, with the main purpose of playing his own compositions. Writes music for dance, theatre and film. His debut album, "ALEGRIA" was considered in the portuguese jazz press one of the best of 2011.

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Inner Dance

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Track listing: Part 1; Part 2; Part 3; Part 4; Part 5.

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Three Rounds of Solo Piano

Read "Three Rounds of Solo Piano" reviewed by Geno Thackara


Diogo Vida Inner Dance Self Produced 2020 The isolation album has sprung up as a new genre practically overnight—an unfortunate if unavoidable development in the season of Covid-19. If Diogo Vida is one among many in that regard, at least where quantity is concerned, he also stands alone in having a ...

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Article: Album Review

The Michael Lauren All Stars: Old School / Fresh Jazz

Read "Old School / Fresh Jazz" reviewed by Jim Worsley


A second outing for drummer and composer Michael Lauren and his All Stars continues and strengthens their fresh path through intelligent modernism. Their brightly-lit road intersects again and again with a variety of classic jazz genres. This energetic sixteen-track outing is presented in a unique style. Interspersed between the songs are six short drum duets with ...

Album

El Duende

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2018
Track listing: Decision; Arpeggione; Duende; Kembee; Farland; Home Again; Wapita!; Vendaval.

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Article: Album Review

Diogo Vida: El Duende

Read "El Duende" reviewed by Chris Mosey


El Duende derives from the duende of Spanish mythology, an elf or magic creature. When the term is used in connection with music, especially flamenco, it means “having soul," something that gives you chills, makes you smile, or even cry, in response to an artistic performance. The Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca described it thus: “The ...


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