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Nicolas Ojeda

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Born in Córdoba Argentina in 1975, he began his studies of music in 1989. Since 1994 he live in Buenos Aires working actively in several type of projects from funk to avant garde.

He released three Solo albums, "Posibles días en sueños" (2013 PAI records), "MAYO" (2018 PAI records) and "REBOOT [Sesiones Pandémicas]" (2022 ears&eyes records) all available on the platforms, social networks and www.nicolasojeda.com.ar

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Bruno Schorp

Since his graduation from CNSM in 2005, Bruno Schorp explored Jazz countries and trends from Paris to Kathmandu, playing in festivals and giving concerts in Europe and Asia. As a band leader, he was able to create and share rich emotional landscapes with his two albums, 'Eveil' and 'Into the World'. Inspiration flew from melodicists Jazz (and specifically Keith Jarret and Wayne Shorter), as well as more recent NY Jazz scene. As a sideman, Bruno played along with Jean-Pierre Como, Laurent de Wilde, André Ceccarelli, Mokhtar Samba, Eric Séva, Nelson Veras, Anne Paceo, Khalil Chahine, Matthieu Chazarenc, Christophe Panzani, Vincent Peirani, Pierre Perchaud, Rémi Vignolo, Léonardo Montana and many more.

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Manel Fortia

Barcelona/NYC based upright bassist Manel Fortià lives a very prolific moment. His melodic sense, rhythmic precision and creativity have made him one of the most unique and original musicians of the new generation, who has become a versatile sideman in high demand and who also leads his own projects. His recent albums as a leader include: “Despertar” (2022, Microscopi) playing fresh own compositions inspired in New York alongside his new European Trio featuring Spanish pianist Marco Mezquida and French drummer Raphaël Pannier. “Arrels” (2021, Microscopi), the debut recording of his new free-flamenco-jazz Libérica project, featuring the multi-awarded singer and saxophonist Antonio Lizana

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Way North

Way North is a cross-border mash-up of North American artists born out of the joy of playing together. Formed in Brooklyn in 2014 by three Canadians and a New Yorker, the band features saxophonist Petr Cancura (Down Home - JUNO nominee), trumpeter Rebecca Hennessy (2018 Toronto Emerging Jazz Artist/Women’s Blues Revue bandleader), bassist Michael Herring (Peripheral Vision - JUNO nominee) and American drummer Richie Barshay (Herbie Hancock/Chick Corea/Esperanza Spalding). The quartet brings together four composers who love to explore folk and world music with a backbone in jazz improvisation

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Kevin Goldberg

Bassist and multi-instrumentalist Kevin Goldberg holds a firm belief that music drives social change and is committed to creating a better world through musical collaboration and education. He has spent decades honing a unique sound that defies category, and dedicates his time to connecting with audiences in the San Francisco Bay and around the world.

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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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Philip Baumgarten

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I'm a jazz double bass player. In most bands I'm in I play straight ahead jazz. Aerts & Baumgarten is a mainstream duo (guitar and bass), Play it hard is a hardbop quintet and with my own trio, the Philip Baumgarten Trio, I play my (jazz) compositions. I also play in a trio Pot, Baumgarten & Van Astenrode, that plays a crossover of folk and jazz. I've just recorded a nice cd with that band called 'Home'.

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Gui Duvignau

Gui Duvignau is a French-Brazilian bass player and composer. His multi-cultural background has led to a life of traveling and musical exploration. A jazz musician in essence, he also draws inspiration from his experiences performing Rock, Brazilian, and ‘World’ music, as well as his studies in classical contemporary music. He attended Berklee College of Music where he studied with Vuk Kulenovic, Yakov Gubanov, Greg Hopkins, Ted Pease, John Lockwood, Fernando Huergo, to name a few, receiving his bachelor degree in Jazz Composition. His first album Porto, in collaboration with singer Sofia Ribeiro was inspired by his time living in Portugal

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Daphna Sadeh

Daphna Sadeh is an Israeli born double bassist and composer now based in the UK. Sadeh studied classical music at the Manhattan School of Music in New York before joining the Israeli based East West Ensemble with whom she toured extensively while immersing herself in Middle Eastern and Arabic music. She was later the co-leader of the all female group Eve’s Women playing a blend of jazz, klezmer and rock while again touring extensively and internationally. Following a move to London 2002 saw the release of Sadeh’s first solo album “Out Of Border”. Its success led to the formation of the Voyagers group in 2003

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Darryl Hall

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Darryl is an American born jazz bassist who has lived in France since 2004. Previously, he was in New York for twelve years where he performed with some of the world’s greatest artists, in many different genres of jazz and African American diaspora music. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, birthplace to some of the world’s finest bassists including Stanley Clarke, Jaco Pastorius, Alphonso Johnson, Charles Fambrough, Percy Heath, Jymie Merritt, Christian Mcbride, Arthur Harper, Tyrone Brown, and Victor Bailey.

While in New York, Darryl performed with many jazz luminaries including Mulgrew Miller, Carmen Lundy, Hank Jones, Mary Stallings, Geri Allen, James Williams, Stefon Harris, Regina Carter, Ravi Coltrane, and Robert Glasper, among others


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