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Lionel Beuvens

Born in 1981 in Charleroi (Belgium), Lionel Beuvens starts studying the drums in the Académie d'Auvelais in the classical percussion classes. He gets his first experience in jazz from Antoine Cirri and Nathalie Loriers, and through summer classes in Dworp where he has the opportunity to meet and study with Billy Hart. Graduated from the Koninklijk Conservatorium van Brussel in June 2004, he followed lessons with Garcia Morales and Pieter Bast and is since 2008 teacher there. He also studied in the Lemmens Instituut in Leuven with Dré Pallemaerts and Pierre Van Dormael, as well as in the Den Haag Conservatorium with Eric Ineke and privately with Bob Moses, Nasheet Waits and Steve Clover.

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Giuseppe Millaci & Vogue Trio: The Endless Way

Read "The Endless Way" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

There is a distinct lived-in, road-tested and chops confidence permeating bassist-composer Giuseppe Millaci & Vogue Trio's second recording The Endless Way. Road-tested is the key concept here. With each of the album's nine tracks composed to reflect upon moments and experiences along the global roads yearning for jazz, Millaci, premiere pianist Amaury Faye and ...

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Italian Bassist and composer Giuseppe Millaci & Vogue Trio release The Endless Way

Italian Bassist and composer Giuseppe Millaci & Vogue Trio release The Endless Way

Passionate, inventive, and sensitive, double bassist Giuseppe Millaci is praised by the international press for his exceptional musicianship. After completing his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels, Millaci’s musical career took him beyond European borders to perfect his skills with Drew Gress and Marco Panascia in New York. He performed first as a sideman alongside ...

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Giuseppe Millaci: Songbook

Read "Songbook" reviewed by Troy Dostert

On his debut recording, Songbook, Italian bassist Giuseppe Millaci displays a healthy share of confidence and panache. And with a mature compositional voice and the help of well-chosen bandmates in pianist Amaury Faye and drummer Lionel Beuvens, Millaci offers some fine music worthy of gaining a wider audience. The album's title might be a ...

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Giuseppe Millaci: Songbook

Read "Songbook" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Inspired by the iconic bassists Ray Brown and Dave Holland, Italian bassist Giuseppe Millaci and his vogue trio--compelling pianist Amaury Faye and drummer Lionel Beuvens have themselves a real sweet, fluid listening disc that poses much promise for the years ahead. “Nostalgia Op.1" sets the course early with an intuitive, rolling ease that belies ...

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Label: Igloo Records
Released: 2013

Alexi Tuomarila: From Helsinki to Timbuktu

Read "Alexi Tuomarila: From Helsinki to Timbuktu" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Sometimes a person can be in the right place, just not quite at the right time. So it was for Finnish pianist Alexi Tuomarila. After his debut album with his quartet, Voices of Pohjola (Igloo Records, 2001), he signed to Warner Jazz in the early '00s, while he was still in his 20s. The second quartet ...


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