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Roberto Magris: World Gardens

Read "World Gardens" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


Pianist Roberto Magris is originally from Italy but he has played all over the world, but to a great extent he has chosen Kansas City as his base. He has encountered a lot of different sounds in his travels and that is reflected in the wide variety of the music he creates on this set.

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Article: Album Review

Roberto Magris: World Gardens

Read "World Gardens" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Pianist Roberto Magris adds a percussionist to his piano trio for World Gardens, a set featuring a wide range of musical styles. Magris, born in Trieste, Italy, can best be described as an “international artist," having toured in more than forty countries. He is partially based in the United States, with his (and Paul Collins') Kansas ...

News: Performance / Tour

The Blue Room On Historic 18th And Vine Line Up For July 23rd-28th

The Blue Room, one of the Down Beat Magazine’s top ranked jazz clubs, has another week of great performances lined up. The Blue Monday Jam kicks off on July 23rd with Diverse. Diverse is a local jazz act that keeps the tradition of old jazz alive while at times fusing it with more modern sounds. On ...

News: Performance / Tour

The Blue Room On Historic 18th And Vine All-Star Week Line Up

The Blue Room On Historic 18th And Vine All-Star Week Line Up

Kansas City, Mo: To celebrate the All-Star game coming to Kansas City the Blue Room is adding extra shows throughout the extravaganza. The All-Star performances kick off on Thursday July 5th with the Kansas City All-Star Funk Band, Esquire. Friday July 6th the Kansas City All-Star Blues Band will feature Everette DeVan. DeVan has been a ...


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