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Kali Z. Fasteau

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From a musical family, Kali. Z. Fasteau played piano, cello, flute, and sang since early childhood in Paris and New York. Specializing in spontaneous composition, she performs on nai, kaval and shakuhachi flutes, voice, piano, drum set, viola, mizmar, soprano sax, sanza, and cello. She studied the music of Asia, Africa, 20th Century Europe and Jazz, and traveled for 14 years, living in India (2 years), Turkey (1 year), Nepal, Morocco, Senegal, Congo, Italy, Holland (3 years), France (many years), Denmark, Belgium, Switzerland, Finland, Zimbabwe, Mali, Niger, Yugoslavia, Germany, Greece, Haiti and America, performing in music festivals, concerts, national radio, TV, and film soundtracks

Album

INTUIT

Label: Flying Note Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Spring in Your Step; Subliminal Song; Outlands; Lineage; Air Reeds; Moonlight Swim; Winged Horses; Celestial Trolleycar; Soothe Sayer; Tweets; Steering Joy.

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Article: Album Review

Kali. Z. Fasteau: Intuit

Read "Intuit" reviewed by Mark Corroto


To pigeonhole a musician is to ghettoize a music. But we all do it. Yes, Kali Z. Fasteau is a pianist, but also a drummer, a cellist and a flutist. From her twenty plus recordings she refuses to be fixed with a descriptor. She also performs on the nai, kaval and shakuhachi flutes, is a vocalist, ...

Album

Piano Rapture

Label: Flying Note Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Another Southpaw; Body Wisdom; Faun Listening; Mix Flies; Hai Tchicai; Roy's Wake; Etherea; Kinetic Keys; Attuned; Taliswoman.

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Article: Album Review

Kali. Z. Fasteau: Piano Rapture

Read "Piano Rapture" reviewed by John Ephland


What makes Piano Rapture so engaging has to do with a combination of moods, movements and magic. Pianist Kali Z. Fasteau takes you on a musical journey into both past and present, with sounds that can be lyrical and rambunctious, quiet and rowdy. Featuring some exquisite wailing and sailing from tenor saxophonist Kidd Jordan, with healthy ...

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News: Festival

Monday Night Jazz Sessions @ Quinn’s In Beacon, NY Announces Its Schedule For 2014

Monday Night Jazz Sessions @ Quinn’s In Beacon, NY Announces Its Schedule For 2014

The Monday night jazz sessions that began this past October at the new Beacon, NY venue Quinn's have been enormously well-received both by audiences (many of whom by no means jazz fans) and musicians, locally and worldwide. By showcasing some of the most acclaimed, uncompromising artists covering a very wide spectrum of the music in a ...

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News: Recording

Kali Z. Fasteau with William Parker and Cindy Blackman (Flying Note 2011)

Kali Z. Fasteau with William Parker and Cindy Blackman (Flying Note 2011)

You can tell from the beautiful prog-rockish cover that this is going to be a unique and exploratory record. Multi-instrumentalist Kali Z. Fasteau teams up with the extraordinary bassist William Parker and drummer Cindy Blackman to create a soundscape that is as unusual as it is fascinating. Playing cello, soprano saxophone and electric piano, Fasteau creates ...

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News: Recording

Kali. Z. Fasteau: New CD! "An Alternate Universe" With William Parker & Cindy Blackman

Kali. Z. Fasteau: New CD!  "An Alternate Universe" With William Parker & Cindy Blackman

AN ALTERNATE UNIVERSE [FNCD 9015] KALI. Z. FASTEAU: Cello, Soprano Saxophone, Electric Piano; WILLIAM PARKER: Contrabass; CINDY BLACKMAN: Drums Flying Note Records proudly presents An Alternate Universe, a recording of three musicians with superlative and fascinating careers. The musical lineage of multi-instrumentalist and composer Kali. Z. stems from her musician grandparents hosting ...

Album

ANIMAL GRACE

Label: Flying Note Records
Released: 2010


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