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Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos

Created in 1999 with the support of Matosinhos Town Hall, Orquestra de Jazz de Matosinhos (OJM) has gradually gained its place among the most dynamic orchestras in the jazz panorama. Directed by Carlos Azevedo and Pedro Guedes, the orchestra has sought to create its own repertoire as well as organize specific projects with regard to which it has invited soloists and maestros of international renown. Musical Direction: Carlos Azevedo Pedro Guedes Saxophones: José Luis Rego, João Guimarães, Mário Santos, José Pedro Coelho, Rui Teixeira Trumpets: Nick Marchione, Erick Poirier, Rogério Ribeiro, Susana Santos Silva, José Silva Trombones: Michäel Joussein, Álvaro Pinto, Daniel Dias, Gonçalo Dias Rhythm Section: Demian Cabaud, Marcos Cavaleiro

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Belgrade Jazz Festival 2016

Read "Belgrade Jazz Festival 2016" reviewed by Thomas Conrad

2016 Belgrade Jazz Festival Belgrade, Serbia October 26-October 30, 2016 Because of the wars in the former Yugoslavia, the Belgrade Jazz Festival, like most good things in the Balkans, went dark for 15 years after 1990. When it started up again in 2005, it was small. By 2008, it was big enough ...

Orquestra Jazz De Matosinhos

Label: Tone of a Pitch Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Étude No2; El Mauro; All In (For Laurie Frink); OJM; Tiempo & Lugar; Tremor; Another Escapade; Reclusion.

Jazz Composers Forum

Label: Tone of a Pitch Music
Released: 2014
Track listing: Étude No2; El Mauro; All In (For Laurie Frink); OJM; Tiempo & Lugar; Tremor; Another Escapade; Reclusion.

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Orquestra Jazz De Matosinhos: Jazz Composers Forum

Read "Jazz Composers Forum" reviewed by Chris Mosey

In 1937 Duke Ellington's recipe for big band jazz was: “It don't mean a thing, if it ain't got that swing." Count Basie later added a caveat defining swing as something “you can really pat your foot by." Times sure have changed. Portugal's Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos commissioned pieces by eight modern composers ...

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2013 Montreal Jazz Festival: June 28-July 2, 2013

Read "2013 Montreal Jazz Festival: June 28-July 2, 2013" reviewed by John Kelman

Festival International de Jazz de MontréalMontréal, CanadaJune 28-July 7, 2013After taking a year off to curate an All About Jazz Presents: Doing It Norway at Norway's 2012 Kongsberg Jazz Festival, it was great to return to the city that hosts what must surely be the largest jazz festival in the world. Where else ...

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Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos - Layas

Featuring the music of Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos
Duration: 29:49

-LAYAS- FOR PIANO, DRUMS AND ORCHESTRAS COMPOSED BY OHAD TALMOR/DIRK BROSS -MUSICAL DIRECTION JASON MORAN:PIANO;DAN WEISS: DRUMS;JP DE SOUSA:CELLO with the ORQUESTRA SINFNICA DO PORTO CASA DA MSICA & ORQUESTRA JAZZ DE MATOSINHOS

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Kurt Rosenwinkel and OJM: Our Secret World

Read "Kurt Rosenwinkel and OJM: Our Secret World" reviewed by John Kelman

Kurt Rosenwinkel and OJM Our Secret World Wommusic 2010 With the creative possibilities offered by its expanded palette, it's no surprise that so many artists who traditionally work in the context of more pliant, small ensembles turn to larger settings at least once in their career. For those already predisposed to ...

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Kurt Rosenwinkel Partners With Portugal's Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos for "Our Secret World" Releasing on WOM Music - September 7, 2010

Kurt Rosenwinkel Partners With Portugal's Orquestra Jazz de Matosinhos for "Our Secret World" Releasing on WOM Music - September 7, 2010

An Ambitious Big-Band Reworking of Seven Rosenwinkel Compositions Kurt Rosenwinkel has always given us music that has conveyed a sense of masterful story-telling & breathtaking imaginative reach. His significance to the ever-evolving jazz tradition in fact transcends the oft-cited lineage of jazz guitar in much the same way that Thelonious Monk and Wayne Shorter both impacted ...

Lee Konitz: Portology and Ashiya

Read "Lee Konitz: Portology and Ashiya" reviewed by Ken Dryden

Lee Konitz/Ohad Talmor Big Band, featuring Orquestra Jazz de MatosinhosPortologyOmniTone2007 Walter Lang & Lee KonitzAshiyaPirouet2007 Lee Konitz has displayed the spirit of adventure during his long career, never settling for long into any ...


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