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Ricardo Pinheiro

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Ricardo Pinheiro completed a Degree in Music at Berklee College of Music, Boston; Degree in Psychology Sciences at the Universidade de Lisboa; and a PhD in Musicology (Ethnomusicology) at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He studied with Mick Goodrick, George Garzone, Ed Tomassi, Ken Pullig, Wayne Krantz, Ken Cervenka, Chris Washburne and Salwa Castelo-Branco. He played/recorded with Peter Erskine, David Liebman, Chris Cheek, Tim Hagans, Andrew Rathbun, Aubrey Johnson, Mário Laginha, Eric Ineke, Perico Sambeat, Stephan Astbury, João Paulo Esteves da Silva, Remix Ensemble, Matt Renzi, Jon Irabagon, John Gunther, Mike Del Ferro, André Charlier, Benoît Sourisse, among many others. He teaches at the Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, and is the Director of its Masters in Music Program

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Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans

Label: Challenge Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: You Must Believe In Spring; Peri's Scope; Turn Out The Stars & Time Remembered; Very Early; Interplay; Waltz For Debbie; Some Other Time.

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Pinheiro: Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans

Read "Turn Out The Stars—The Music Of Bill Evans" reviewed by Pierre Giroux


Much has been written about pianist Bill Evans and the influence he had on the development of new piano voices following his emergence in the 1950s. Evans infused his style with eloquent lyricism, coupled with harmonic transpositions and modal improvisations, all of which lead to an easily recognizable sound. It should be no surprise that his ...

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Pinheiro: Caruma

Read "Caruma" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Ricardo Pinheiro is a guitarist from Lisbon, Portugal who has made his mark on jazz in Europe and the U.S. His sensitive, imaginative, and intimate way of playing is evident on albums such as Pinheiro, Ineke. & Cavalli: Triplicity (Daybreak/Challenge, 2018) and Pinheiro/ Ineke/ Cavalli: Turn Out The Stars (Challenge, 2021) , the former being a ...

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Article: Album Review

Ricardo Pinheiro with Theo Bleckmann and Mônica Salmaso: Caruma

Read "Caruma" reviewed by Karl Ackermann


Ricardo Pinheiro is a Portuguese guitarist, composer and educator. He has a dozen previous recordings to his credit and leader or co-leader status on the majority of those projects. His music has covered ambient, electronic, bop, jazz standards, and jazz/poetry hybrids. Pinheiro, a Berklee alumnus, has recorded and played with Dave Liebman, Peter Erskine, Chris Cheek, ...

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Caruma

Label: Inner Circle Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Gratitude; Cancao de Embalar A Isabel; Mar Picado; Quando Nao Estiveres Aqui; Ausencia; Caruma; Sesta; Resina.

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Article: Interview

Eric Ineke: Surveying the European Jazz Scene

Read "Eric Ineke: Surveying the European Jazz Scene" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | Part 6[This is the fourth of the All About Jazz series on “The Many Faces of Jazz Today: Critical Dialogues" in which we explore the current state of jazz around the world with musicians, journalists, and entrepreneurs who give ...

Album

Open Letter

Label: Fresh Sound Records
Released: 2009

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News: Recording

Ricardo Pinheiro's New Record out in June

Ricardo Pinheiro's New Record out in June

Ricardo Pinheiro will release his new record with Chris Cheek, Mrio Laginha, Alex Frazão, Demian Cabaud and João Paulo Esteves da Silva on Fresh Sound Records in June 2009. This recording features all original compositions by the band leader and will first be played live at the Festa do Jazz no S. Luiz in Lisbon on ...


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