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There is no greater proof of the universality of jazz and classical music than that which embodies the career and life work of Federico Britos. This titan of the violin, who is as equally adept within the world of jazz music as he is in the classical realm, has built a solid reputation throughout the Southern Hemisphere of the Americas. Born in Montevideo, Uruguay, Federico began playing violin at age five. George Boulanger, Rumanian violinist, while touring in Uruguay, premiered one of his musical pieces "Capricho Uruguayo"; Federico was eleven years old at that moment. He had the opportunity to meet and perform for David Oistracht and Jasha Heifetz at his teacher's home, Adolph Bornstein
Label: Self Produced
Track listing: The Skeik of Araby; J'attendari; I'm Confessin' that I Love You; Djangology; La Vie en Rose; Dark Eyes; Melodie au Crepuscule; Exactly Like You; Nuages; Honeysuckle Rose; Tears; La Vie en Rose (French Version).
by Edward Blanco
Violinist extraordinaire Federico Britos originally from Montevideo, Uruguay and affectionately referred to by his close friends as Federico the Uruguayan"--state's one of his closest colleagues, Paquito D'Rivera--has always had a particular affinity for the music of Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli and the renowned Hot Club of France. Britos pays tribute to the music of that era ...
by Dan Bilawsky
Pianist Markus Gottschlich is anything but a traditionalist, yet tradition, or more accurately, traditions, play a major role in his music; he doesn't believe that a single tradition must be addressed in isolation. In Gottschlich's world, songo and samba can meet and marry ("Invitation"), Billy Strayhorn's music can stray a bit, taking a detour to Jamaica ...
by Hrayr Attarian
Pianist José Negroni and his son, drummer Nomar Negroni, showcase their cross-genre versatility on On The Way--its unifying theme, a mélange of European melodic motifs and Latin romanticism, giving cohesion to this, their seventh release. Matices" opens with José Negroni's harp-like flowing lines, dramatically echoing in the silent pauses. It evolves into a ...
by Edward Blanco
With its seventh album titled On The Way, Grammy-nominated Negroni's Trio celebrates its ten year anniversary with a live recording of eight originals and two well-known standards, with a little help from saxophonist great Ed Calle and violinist Federico Britos. The father and son team of pianist Jose and drummer Nomar Negroni, has been performing together ...
Label: Sunnyside Records
Track listing: Vivian; After You've Gone; Vivian Flavia de las Mercedes; Moonglow; Tomatito y Federico; Capullito de Aleli; Las Vegas Station; Lluvia de Colores; Avalon; A Las Cuatro de la Manana; Okey Paganini; Oriente; Micro Suite Cubana.
by Raul d'Gama Rose
The world continues to awake to the rising tide of undiscovered music and musicians from the South American paradigm, in an almost ironic kind of reversal of Alejo Carpentier's voyage of musical discovery in his 1953 work, The Lost Steps. As this is going on, the Uruguayan violinist Federico Britos celebrates five decades in the lonely ...
Please tune in for another great musical performance on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat, Friday, May 14, 2010 featuring the FEDERICO BRITOS GROUP Multiple Grammy award-winning violinist and composer, Federico Britos, is a musical legend. He has served as principal chair, soloist and Concertmaster with some of the world's finest symphony orchestras (including the Florida Philharmonic ...
Label: Metrix Music
Track listing: Ansina; Malungo; Luna Dorada; Cuareim; Montevideo-Miami; Una Lagrima Cae En El Rio; Musica Para Un Cuadro; Palermo; Cancion De Cuna; Punta Del Diablo; Isla De Flores; Mercado Del Puerto; La Ciudad De Los Tamboriles; Candombe Dombe