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Jody Redhage

Called an “adventurous cello songstress” (Time Out New York), cellist, composer, and vocalist Jody Redhage's dual passions for chamber music and new music have led her to participate in an array of cutting-edge projects. Praised for her “exceptional technical command,” (Steve Smith, Night After Night), Jody has premiered over 100 works, including many of her own compositions for chamber ensembles, as well as premieres of fellow composers' works. Jody has also spent the past seven years developing the ability to simultaneously sing and play complex, rhythmically intricate and independent musical lines. As recipient of the 2005 Hertz Grant, Jody was able to develop this project by commissioning a repertoire of 21st century art song for voice, cello, and electronics from some of today’s most talented emerging composers

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Fred Hersch's Leaves Of Grass at Jazz at Lincoln Center

Read "Fred Hersch's Leaves Of Grass at Jazz at Lincoln Center" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Fred Hersch's Leaves Of Grass The Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center New York, NY September 15, 2017 Walt Whitman's Leaves Of Grass may be the ultimate contemplation on man's commonalities and singularities, underscoring what binds all of humanity and what distinguishes each of us as individuals. And so it's ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Camila Meza: Traces

Read "Traces" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

All'età di 30 anni, dopo sette di permanenza a New York, la cilena Camila Meza firma il suo primo disco di rilievo, supportata da un'etichetta di primo piano e un gruppo di prim'ordine. Nata a Santiago del Cile, Camila è giunta a New York nel 2009 per studiare alla New School (tra i suoi ...

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Camila Meza Appearing At Rockwood Music Hall - April 23 - With Shai Maestro, Kendrick Scott & Rick Rosato!

Camila Meza Appearing At Rockwood Music Hall - April 23 - With Shai Maestro, Kendrick Scott & Rick Rosato!

SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 2016 Vocalist/Guitarist/Composer Camila Meza Continues Her Celebration of Traces LIVE AT ROCKWOOD MUSIC HALL (STAGE 3) at 11:15pm Camila Meza, Shai Maestro, Rick Rosato & Kendrick Scott Traces is available on iTunes, Sunnyside Records, Amazon CAMILA MEZA continues the celebration of her brilliant, critically-acclaimed new album, Traces, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Camila Meza: Traces

Read "Traces" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Try to process and pin down the meaning of Camila Meza's mien in any number of pictures included in this package and you may come up empty. But it's not for lack of expression there. It's for the exact opposite reason. Meza projects countless thoughts and moods--both complementary and contradictory in nature--within a single image, and ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Vocalist / Guitarist / Composer Camila Meza Takes Flight With New Album, "Traces," On Sunnyside Records

Vocalist / Guitarist / Composer Camila Meza Takes Flight With New Album, "Traces," On Sunnyside Records

Available on February 26, 2016 Featuring Camila Meza (guitar & vocals), Sachal Vasandani (vocals on “Away"), Shai Maestro (piano, Rhodes, wurlitzer, mellotron, pump organ, ampli-celeste), Matt Penman (bass), Kendrick Scott (drums), Bashiri Johnson (percussion), Jody Redhage (cello), Matt Pierson (producer). CD Release Celebration February 24, 2016 @ The Jazz Standard January 15, 2016 at ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Steve Hudson Chamber Ensemble: Galactic Diamonds

Read "Galactic Diamonds" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Some people favor the big statement: the bling of an over-large jewel, the blinding distraction of too many sparkly things. Others have the good taste to know that the small stones shine most brightly. Pianist, composer and melodica player Steve Hudson is one of those people, and the debut recording from his Steve Hudson Chamber Ensemble, ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Portland Jazz Festival 2011 - A Look Back

Read "Portland Jazz Festival 2011 - A Look Back" reviewed by Lloyd N. Peterson Jr.

Portland Jazz FestivalPortland, OregonFebruary 18-27, 2011 Promoter Bill Royston and general manager Don Lucoff have once again pulled off a hat trick of significant proportions. With the arrival and guest appearance of perhaps the greatest “star" that jazz has welcomed since Wynton Marsalis, this year's Portland Jazz Festival had the makings to ...

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Alan Ferber Nonet Plus Strings at Jazz Gallery on December 16, 2010

Read "Alan Ferber Nonet Plus Strings at Jazz Gallery on December 16, 2010" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Alan Ferber Nonet Plus StringsThe Jazz GalleryNew York City, USADecember 16, 2010 Despite having fewer members than an average big band, the concept of a nonet plus an eight-piece string section seems like a huge undertaking. Even the sight of violins and cellos in front of the large small group in ...


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