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Jonathan Suazo

Born and raised in Puerto Rico (July 8th 1989), Jonathan got interested in the arts very early in life. His father was a Graphic Designer/Saxophonist that always had a great love for the arts. These passions rubbed off on young Jonathan as he grew interested in photography, paintings and of course, music. He picked up his dad's instrument at the age of 12 right before starting his studies at the "Escuela Libre de Música Ernesto Ramon Antinini" in San juan, where he graduated from with a growing interest for Jazz music. He then Went along to form part of the Jazz department at the Music Conservatory of Puerto Rico where he really started to dig into the music on a much more serious level

No Base Trio

Label: Setola di Maiale
Released: 2020
Track listing: EXT - I; EXT - II; EXT - III; EXT - IV; EXT - V; EXT - VI; EXT - VII; EXT - VIII; EXT - IX (Bonus Track)

Coming Back

Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2019
Track listing: Coming Back.

Revolution

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2019
Track listing: Rebellion; High Stakes; Moving Mountain; Ambivalence; Loss; Barriers; Aftermath; Finale; (Bonus Track) True (Revamp).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Joan Torres's All Is Fused: Revolution

Read "Revolution" reviewed by Paul Naser

Since the band's last record, Of The Musical (Self Produced, 2016), Joan Torres' All Is Fused has taken time to dig deeper into its influences and expand its sound. This year All Is Fused returns with an evolved vibe that finds it delving deep into fusion and Latin with a slight nod to the avant-garde and ...

Days

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: El Teatro; Days; Morph; Prelude to Amintiri; Amintiri; Doing Circles; Comprehend; Breaking Through Shadows; Justice.

Days

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2015
Track listing: El Teatro; Days; Morph; Prelude to Almintiri; Almintiri; Doing Circles; Comprehend; Breaking through Shadows; Justice.

ARTICLE: CATCHING UP WITH

Gabriel Vicéns: Puerto Rican Jazz Guitar

Read "Gabriel Vicéns: Puerto Rican Jazz Guitar" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

Puerto Rican jazz guitarist/composer Gabriel Vicéns graduated from the Music Conservatory of Puerto Rico as the first jazz guitarist, and has gone on to teach guitar at the Music Department at the Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. He recorded his first solo album Point in Time at age 23; his second album Days has been released ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Edward Blanco

Young Puerto Rican-born guitarist Gabriel Vicens unveils his second album as leader with the audacious Days documenting a nine-piece program of infectious modern jazz with a touch of the Latin flavor to make it interesting and quite appealing. A graduate from the Conservatorio de Musica de Puerto Rico, the twenty-seven-year old musician is currently professor at ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gabriel Vicéns: Days

Read "Days" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

A rising jazz guitarist who graduated from Conservatorio de Música de Puerto Rico and currently serves as a Professor at Universidad Interamericana in San Juan, Gabriel Vicens's sophomore release Days exuberantly articulates the soundtrack of his life. This follow up to his 2012 self-produced Point in Time shows personal growth and expression with its contagious hooks ...


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