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Ash Luo is a drummer, composer, producer and photographer. Her musical inspirations embrace Spiritual Jazz, Nu-Jazz, Jazz Fusion and Eastern music. In her composition, Luo values the flow of groove and melody, the melancholy and soul-provoking improvisation lines and rich texture of sounds. As every piece of music may generate imagery for her audience, she envisions combining photographs and visual arts for each of her releases, hoping to achieve an interdisciplinary result which touches the soul and spirit of her audience. Luo’s artistic trace started in China, where she was born and raised, developed in Boston, USA, where she pursued her Bachelor of Music degree in Performance at Berklee College of Music and forged in Valencia, Spain, where she obtained her Master of Music in Contemporary Performance and Production at Berklee College of Music
Composer, musician, playwright, Tobin Mueller has been involved in collaborations across the artistic spectrum. His latest recording, WHAT SURVIVES, highlights his talent across many Jazz stylings, from contemporary Big Band to Ballads to R&B and Funk. It follows on the heals of Tobin's 2018 blockbuster, STANDARD DEVIATIONS, in which he reinterprets 33 of the greatest Jazz Standards of all-time. In addition, WONDER (2019), is a tour de force combining Jazz Fusion and Progressive Rock. RAIN BATHER won Best Jazz Album in 2009. He also has numerous solo piano jazz albums, including AFTERWORDS and the MASTERWORKS TRILOGY
Evan Whitfield is a pianist, keyboardist and composer of styles ranging from jazz to experimental new-age to contemporary improvisation. Evan began his musical education at the age of seven, studying classical piano and brass. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, Evan was raised in a musical family from the very beginning and remembers listening to Vivaldi’s The Seasons, The Beatles‘ album Sergeant Pepper‘s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Glen Gould playing Bach, and attending Kenny Rogers concerts. As soon as he was proficient at the early stages of classical piano, he chose to study another instrument, the tuba
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Enjoy Jazz 2012Heidelberg / Mannheim / Ludwigshafen, GermanyOctober 2-November 10, 2012Expressed in numbers, the 14th edition of Enjoy Jazz, advertized as a Festival for Jazz and Other Things," brings up an impressive count: 59 concerts performed in 32 locations, with 265 musicians from 24 countries. Put into words the numbers reveal a most ...