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Neyko Bodurov: Nikobo

Read "Nikobo" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Classically educated in Germany and the Netherlands, Bulgarian trumpeter/flugelhorn player Neyko Bodurov might have opted for a life-long career in those countries' chamber ensembles and orchestras. Instead, the thirty-seven-year old has followed his jazz muse. Once of the European Jazz Orchestra and the jazz department at the Amsterdam Conservatoire, Bodurov is the principal driving force behind ...


A to JazZ Festival 2019

Read "A to JazZ Festival 2019" reviewed by Ian Patterson

A to JazZ Festival 2019 South Park II Sofia, Bulgaria July 5-7, 2019 Jazz on a summer's day. There's nothing quite like it. To see Sofia's South Park II packed with somewhere between fifteen and twenty thousand people for three days of jazz, where a veritable sea of good vibes ...

Private Enemy

Released: 2013
Track listing: 1. Skyblue - 4:46; 2. Disincanto - 8:33; 3. Private Enemy - 4:20; 4. Away - 6:50; 5. Mare aperto - 6:43; 6. Failing - 2:36; 7. Violet, Blue, Light Blue, Orange - 8:29; 8. Show Me - 7:52; 9. Failing (Outro) - 0:43. Le composizioni sono tutte di Federica Colangelo.


Acquaphonica: Private Enemy

Read "Private Enemy" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Federica Colangelo - pianista romana di studi classici a Londra, poi jazzistici a Roma (con Gwiss) e in Olanda (tra gli altri con John Taylor) - riunisce una band internazionale - statunitense il sassofonista, olandese il chitarrista, bulgaro il contrabbassista, lettone il batterista - per registrare (in Germania!) quest'opera prima di Acquaphonica, quintetto che suona assieme ...


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