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Matt Marvuglio

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Article: Live Review

The Guinness Cork Jazz Camp 2013

Read "The Guinness Cork Jazz Camp 2013" reviewed by Melody McLaren


While much of the interest in Guinness Cork Jazz Festival --celebrating its 35th year in 2013--inevitably focuses on concert headliners, one of the hidden gems of the annual weekend programme is the Cork Jazz Camp, a collaborative effort between Fáilte IrelandCIT Cork School of Music and the Global Music Foundation which has been developing since 2009. ...

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Article: Take Five With...

Take Five With Sarpay Ozcagatay

Read "Take Five With Sarpay Ozcagatay" reviewed by Sarpay Özçağatay


Meet Sarpay Özçağatay:Sarpay Özçağatay born in Ankara, Turkey, is a talented flutist, EWI player, composer, performer, and bandleader. Sarpay has performed with many jazz musicians and legends such as Ron Carter, Kevin Eubanks, David Fiuczynski. Terri Lyne Carrington, Eric Gould, Greg Osby, Steve Turre, and many more. He studied classical ...

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Eddie Gomez: Per Sempre

Read "Per Sempre" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Taken as a cohesive statement--a one-hour piece of art in a world of downloads and diminishing attention spans--bassist Eddie Gomez's Per Sempre stands out, with the minor and enviable disadvantage of opening with the set's loveliest tune, “Arianna." Good news/good news: the rest of this superb outing is just a notch--a small one--below that level of ...

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Eddie Gomez: Per Sempre

Read "Per Sempre" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Bassist Eddie Gomez has never received the attention he deserves as a leader. While that's largely due to the fact that he spends so much time making other people sound better, the reason isn't important; it's an injustice, regardless of the cause. His pliant and flexible bass has been the binding agent and rhythmic-melodic-harmonic go-between responsible ...

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Article: Interview

Geni Skendo: Breaking Free

Read "Geni Skendo: Breaking Free" reviewed by Gordon Marshall


Flautist and shakuhachi master Geni Skendo does not genre-mash so much as genre-crash, like a late-night interloper joining a lame party and livening it up with exotic sound. It's miraculous, this color he brings to anything, given the drab Iron Curtain he exited under on his flight from his native Albania, traveling to Boston, Massachusetts to ...

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Article: Live Review

Panama Jazz Festival: January 10-15, 2011

Read "Panama Jazz Festival: January 10-15, 2011" reviewed by Emilie Pons


8th Panama Jazz FestivalPanama City, PanamaJanuary 10-15, 2011 Being a jazz musician anywhere is difficult, and perhaps even more so in Panama, Mexico, or even South America. However, the Danilo Pérez Foundation, at Plaza Herrera, in San Felipe, the heart of the historical part of Panama City, makes it easier. Every year the ...

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Why Cry

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2002

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Article: Album Review

Matt Marvuglio: Why Cry

Read "Why Cry" reviewed by Dave Nathan


Flautist Matt Marvuglio is the Dean of the Berklee College of Music's Professional Performance Division and with this album one can easily see why he was appointed to that post. Preconceptions creep in when I pick up a flute CD. First, the harmonic range possibilities are more limited than other instruments; second, the music is guaranteed ...


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