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Mike Caudill

Mike Caudill is a Boston-based performer, composer, arranger, and educator. A member of several projects and collectives performing across New England and New York, Mike leads his own quartet, plays saxophone and EWI in the jazz-fusion group, City of Four, and performs with Felipe Salles’ Interconnections Ensemble. Mike has played in historic venues, including Boston’s Symphony Hall, and esteemed NYC jazz venues like Birdland, Dizzy’s Club, The Jazz Gallery, and The National Sawdust Theater. Mike has had the opportunity to perform on stage with iconic jazz figures like Sean Jones, Warren Wolf, Ambrose Akinmusire, Randy Brecker, Dick Oatts, Dave Liebman, Sheila Jordan, Chico Pinheiro and Karrin Allyson, among others

The New Immigrant Experience

Label: Tapestry Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: CD1: Introduction; Did You Eat?; Their Stories Have Never Been Told; An Education to Begin With; A Part and Not the Other; Survivor’s Guilt. CD2: It’s Just Lines on the Ground; Built on Thin Air; Crossing Barriers; These Things That Are Taken for Granted; Coda.

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Felipe Salles Interconnections Ensemble: The New Immigrant Experience

Read "The New Immigrant Experience" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Is it mere coincidence, or does the rise in the number of “concept" albums by jazz big bands signal that the trend is here to stay? Trumpeter Brian Lynch won a 2020 Grammy Award for his Journey Through Literature in Music, and there have been other tenet-based enterprises within the past year by Dan Jonas, John ...

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Felipe Salles: The Lullaby Project

Read "The Lullaby Project" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Nato a São Paulo, il compositore e bandleader Felipe Salles vive negli Stati Uniti dal 1995 e insegna dal 2010 all'università di Amherst, Massachusetts. Come molti brasiliani della sua generazione fonde i contenuti musicali assorbiti nell'infanzia con le molteplici influenze ricevute da adulto nell'attività professionale. Ha pubblicato già vari album, dimostrandosi artista eclettico che non ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Felipe Salles Interconnections Ensemble: The Lullaby Project

Read "The Lullaby Project" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The five profound and picturesque lullabies on Brazilian-born, Massachusetts-based composer-arranger Felipe Salles' new CD, The Lullaby Project, are followed by three tango-inspired themes whose texture mirrors the bright and rhythmic musical landscape of his native country and southern neighbor Argentina. Salles' concepts are brought vividly to life by the nineteen-piece Interconnections Ensemble which has no trouble ...

Pictures Around Us

Label: Independent
Released: 2015


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