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Javier Perez Sandoval

Javier Pérez Sandoval Colombian Jazz Composer. Has published two books about Colombian tradicional music. Leader and producer of Carrera Quinta Colombian ensemble. Studied his masters degree in Jazz composition and arranging at University Of Louisville Jamey Aebersold Jazz studies program studying with the great John La Barbera. Javier Pérez´s compositions have been played by Jazz ensemble I at University of Louisville, in Colombia by Carrera Quinta ensemble and Orquesta sinfonica de Loja in Ecuador. In 2013 received a commission from the Bogota Jazz festival Big band “Jazz al parque 2013”, the biggest jazz festival in Colombia

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Carrera Quinta: Traslaciones

Read "Traslaciones" reviewed by Jack Bowers

As one would anticipate from the group's name--and the album's song selection--the seven-member Carrera Quinta (pared down from big-band size) plays music from South America, more specifically the Andes region of Colombia, interlaced with mainstream American jazz. The Latin Grammy-nominated ensemble's third album, Traslaciones, comprises seven songs showcasing traditional Colombian styles such as pasillo, bambuco and ...

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Track listing: Take a Deep Breath; No Voy a Quedarme; Little Step; Elegia de un Sentimiento; Modal Step; Rio Cali; El Intensos.

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five with Javier Perez Sandoval of Carrera Quinta

Read "Take Five with Javier Perez Sandoval of Carrera Quinta" reviewed by Javier Perez Sandoval

Meet Javier Perez Sandoval: Javier Perez Sandoval's Carrera Quinta is a Colombian sextet established in 2006 by composers Javier and Francy Montalvo. The band blends contemporary jazz with traditional Colombian music from the Andean region, creating an unique, intense and powerful sound. After recording their debut album En Esencia in 2009, the group expanded ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Colombia's Carrera Quinta Release "Big Band" - Available Now!

Colombia's Carrera Quinta Release "Big Band" - Available Now!

Carrera Quinta, founded by Colombian composers Javier Pérez Sandoval and Francy Montalvo have released Carrera Quinta Big Band. In 2015, Carrera Quinta returned to the studio to record a new album with a big band. Conducted by Colombian Director Ricardo Jaramillo and recorded by the Latin Grammy Award-winning engineer Mauricio Cano, the 19 piece band made ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Carrera Quinta Big Band: Untitled

Read "Untitled" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The future of big bands, it seems, may be trending southward. Exhibit A, submitted in 2014, was the superb SpokFrevo Orquestra from Brazil, and now comes the similarly impressive Carrera Quinta Big Band from Bogota, Colombia, of all places. Yes, amigos, it's clear that big-band jazz is alive and well south of the Equator. More than ...


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