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Article: Live Review

Ensemble Novo At Kahn Park Summer Concert Series

Read "Ensemble Novo At Kahn Park Summer Concert Series" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Ensemble Novo Kahn Park Summer Concert Series Philadelphia, PA August 18, 2021 This was somewhat of a down time for a concert in the park, in this case Kahn Park, at 11th and Pine Streets in Philadelphia, named after the renowned architect Louis Kahn, who grew up ...

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Article: Album Review

Luciana Souza: Storytellers

Read "Storytellers" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Ci sono dischi che raggiungono un equilibrio così prezioso tra gli ambiti strumentali e vocali (in un clima di lirismo, ricchezza interpretativa e freschezza) che regalano nuove emozioni a ogni ascolto e non vorresti staccartene. È quanto accade all'album appena pubblicato da Luciana Souza, inciso con la WDR Big Band diretta da Vince ...

Article: Album Review

Rogerio Boccato: No Old Rain

Read "No Old Rain" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo


Per il suo album d'esordio, il batterista brasiliano Rogerio Boccato rende omaggio alla sua tradizione musicale reinterpretando alcune delle più celebri canzoni brasiliane del Novecento. I classici standard di Milton Nascimento, Toninho Horta, Egberto Gismonti, Edu Lobo sono stati qui fantasiosamente rivisitati, trasponendone creativamente gli accenti in tempi jazzistici. Questo felice percorso discografico è ...

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Article: Interview

Harold Danko: His Own Sound, His Own Time

Read "Harold Danko: His Own Sound, His Own Time" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard


The famous sculptor, Henry Moore, hit the nail on the head when he said: “there's no retirement for an artist, it's your way of living so there's no end to it." This statement certainly rings true in the case of pianist and composer, Harold Danko. Even though he has retired from a long and distinguished career ...

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Article: Extended Analysis

Mauricio de Souza: Different Directions

Read "Mauricio de Souza: Different Directions" reviewed by Alain Londes


Brazilian music and jazz intermingle with other touches to produce Mauricio de Souza's Different Directions. There are a lot of different exposés, particularly of Brazilian rhythmic styles interpreted by a wonderful collection of artists contributing their artistic talents. Bossa Brazil lends itself more towards Brazilian music while the Mauricio de Souza group will have more traditional ...

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Article: Album Review

Giovanni Mazzarino Latin Sextet: Retrato

Read "Retrato" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli


There's something very appealing for me in Giovanni Mazzarino's piano style, as well as his way of thinking. Hailing from Sicily-- whose greatness in history and culture is equal only to the amount of problems it finds itself up against--like his famous namesake, the scheming Cardinal, the schemes he's scheming and the dreams he's dreaming seems ...

News: Recording

Drinking From the Fountain: Brazil’s Mario Adnet Revels in Villa-Lobos’ Lush Legacy on "Um Olhar Sobre Villa-Lobos"

“I don't use folklore, I am the folklore,” Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos stated boldly while on one of many tours in Europe. Able to compose art songs and then go jam with street bands, Villa-Lobos gave birth to modern Brazilian music, both classical and popular. Latin Grammy-winning composer, arranger, and performer Mario Adnet has traced this ...


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