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Instrumentation Kim Nazarian (ARMENIA/US): vocals (New York Voices) Helio Alves (BRAZIL): piano (Joe Henderson) Marco Pignataro (Italy): tenor and soprano sax (Danilo Perez) Fernando Huergo (ARGENTINA): bass (Tom Harrell) Guillermo Nojechowicz (ARGENTINA): drums, vocals (Claudio Roditi) Some of the Special Guests that have played with EL ECO: Jay Ashby (US): trombone Claudio Roditi (BRAZIL): trumpet Airto Moreira (BRAZIL): percussion Romero Lubambo (BRAZIL): guitar Luciana Souza (BRAZIL): vocals Diego Urcola (ARGENTINA): trumpet Contact: [email protected] EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz - the Brazilian-Argentine jazz ensemble that has been called by writer Bob Blumenthal "the seedbed" of much of the Latin jazz scene in the Northeast (USA) - is now getting national attention following its broadcast performance on National Public Radio's "Jazz Set” with host vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater (Grammy Award)


Article: Album Review

Guillermo Nojechowicz's El Eco: Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

Read "Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933" reviewed by Troy Dostert

In 1933, Europeans were only beginning to understand the horrors that the Nazi regime would bring to the continent. But already at that early stage, Jewish communities reacted with alarm to Hitler's rise to power--and many consequently made the decision to emigrate. One of the most common destinations in the Western Hemisphere was Argentina, which had ...


Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

Label: Zoho Music
Released: 2017
Track listing: Milonga Para Los Niños; Trains; Europe 1933; Puerto de Buenos Aires; Berimbao’s Baby; The Unknown Road; I Loved You Too; The Possibility of Change; Bebe; Friday Night Mambo.


Two Worlds

Label: Dreambox Media
Released: 2003


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