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An online initiative launched today by the Europe Jazz Network in collaboration with magazines, web portals and radio programmes across Europe and beyond, aims to advocate for a fairer and more balanced creative music sector and to highlight the women who fuel the contemporary jazz scene with their creativity, artistic vision and leadership. On March 8, ...
by Henning Bolte
Centro Cultural Belem Festa do Jazz 2020 Lisbon September 12-13, 2020 Festa do Jazz, celebration of jazz, is the annual meeting of the Portuguese jazz community. It is normally held end of March/begin of April. For many years it took place in old glory theatre São Luis Municipal in the Baixa-Chiado ...
Paulo R. is an independent artist born in Lisbon in 1975. He first came into contact with the piano at age 7, within the realm of classical music. Since then, Paulo went on to experience other instruments and musical genres. As a teenager he played mostly drums in punk-rock bands. His interest in drumming led him at age 16 to enrol in the Hot Club Portugal School (International Association of Schools of Jazz). A detour into visual arts and design followed, which led Paulo R. to his parallel activity as a graphic designer. He later returned to the Hot Club School, completing the jazz course as a pianist
New album out now: Beatriz Nunes was the featured singer at the European Jazz Network’s On The Edge conference in Lisbon; All About Jazz reviewer Henning Bolte described her as “a highly original, audience-captivating act” with the “guts and capacity to carry it to audiences outside the Iberian Peninsula”. Beatriz’s first album “Canto Primeiro” is out now to great acclaim, the result of quite a career - from studying in the Lisbon Conservatory to going on world tours with Madredeus, where she is now the featured singer, and constantly working on her talent as singer and composer
José Salgueiro got some notability as a percussionist in the Portuguese Popular Music scene. He is percussionist and drummer of projects like Trovante, Resistência, Lokomotiv by Carlos Barretto and El Fad by José Peixoto. José Salgueiro having played with famous national musicians, namely Sérgio Godinho, José Mário Branco, Rui Veloso , Zeca Afonso, Pedro Burmester and Camané. He performed several times abroad, together with Gaiteiros de Lisboa, Bernardo Sassetti, Carlos Barretto, João Paulo Esteves da Silva, Paulo Ribeiro, António Pinho Vargas, Perico Sumbeat, Carlos Martins, Carlos Bica, José Peixoto, Carlos Zíngaro e de Maria João & Mário Laginha. After studying Improvisation Theory (drums and trumpet) at “Tallers de Musics” in Barcelona, he would attend some training programmes with distinguished drummers, such as Max Roach, Billy Hart, Ron Maclure, David Liebman, Richard Beiracha and Paulo Motian. He joined the Wayne Shorter’s Quintet, in a concert at Coliseu do Porto (Oporto Coliseum), included in “Porto 2001” jazz program