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Take Five with Pianist Marta Karassawa

Read "Take Five with Pianist Marta Karassawa" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Marta Karassawa Marta Karassawa, a Brazilian pianist and arranger, graduated from Berklee College of Music and formed the Marta Karassawa Quintet in 2001, bringing to light the nostalgia of the great jazz quintets of the '40s and '50s. With it, she performed on the stages of various clubs and festivals. Now, completely revamped, she leads ...

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News: Recording

The Marta Karassawa Quintet Release 'Tempo Bom'

The Marta Karassawa Quintet Release 'Tempo Bom'

Introducing the Marta Karassawa Quintet, a group of exceptional musicians led by pianist, composer, and arranger Marta Karassawa. Graduating from Berklee College of Music, Marta has brought together a stellar lineup for her original album Tempo Bom, including Teco Cardoso (tenor saxophone and flutes), Sidmar Vieira (trumpet and flugel), Frank Herzberg (double bass) and Zé Eduardo ...

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Article: Album Review

Dani Gurgel: DDG19 Big Band

Read "DDG19 Big Band" reviewed by Katchie Cartwright


Dani Gurgel was born into a musical family in jny:São Paulo. Her mother Débora Gurgel (a busy pianist and arranger) and father (an amateur jazz saxophonist) met on the bandstand. Following her own musical path, Dani skirted gender biases in jazz culture that might have limited her opportunities by learning to do and play “everything," as ...

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Article: Website News

Raising the Bar in Year 28

Read "Raising the Bar in Year 28" reviewed by Michael Ricci


The above Mingus quote really struck a chord as All About Jazz is a work of passion and creativity in a continuous search to present the rich universe of jazz in the most accessible way possible. Musician profiles, jazz clubs, show dates, festivals, album reviews, photos, polls, contests, news, free music, etc., over 100 years of jazz history--past, ...

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Article: Album Review

Gretchen Parlato and Lionel Loueke: Lean In

Read "Lean In" reviewed by Geno Thackara


With a voice as sweet and cool as a spring breeze, Gretchen Parlato would sound at home in any cozy jazz club from jny: Paris to jny: Sao Paulo. The sound of Lionel Loueke's voice and guitar is at least 60 percent rhythm, with his plucking and crooning having an innate percussive pulse running through it. ...

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News: Interview

Luiz Millan: Brazilian Match

Luiz Millan: Brazilian Match

By the time you finish reading this post and interview, you will know one more great Brazilian composer than you did before. That's because Luiz Millan is a well-kept secret in Brazil. Little known outside of the country, he has been writing beautiful songs for decades that have been recorded by Brazilian stars. A modest, low-key ...

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Cuca Teixeira

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News: Recording

Renown Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases 'Congênito' Which Showcases His Virtuosic Musicianship And World-Class Recording Facility Jasmin Studio

Renown Brazilian Pianist Ricardo Bacelar Releases  'Congênito' Which Showcases His Virtuosic Musicianship And World-Class Recording Facility Jasmin Studio

Brazilian pianist, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist Ricardo Bacelar will release his latest solo album entitled Congênito on August 5. It follows the release of the album's first single, “O último por do sol," in early July. Sonically a mix of pop, world, Jazz, and fusion, the recording showcases Bacelar's virtuosic ability as a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and accomplished ...

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Tetel Di Babuya

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Tetel Di Babuya (teteldibabuya.com) is a Jazz-influenced Brazilian singer-songwriter and violinist. She performs and composes in both English and Portuguese, creating a compelling sound that blends (and stirs) Jazz, Blues, Bossa Nova and Standards, old and new. As an accomplished professional violinist, Tetel Di Babuya has played with some of the most renowned orchestras in Brazil, and in her solo career, audiences are drawn to her passionate and entertaining live performances. Her songwriting is deeply personal, melodically original, and lyrically surprising, displaying a subtle and ironic sense of humor. Her debut album, Meet Tetel, introduces listeners to Tetel’s musical inventiveness and compelling storytelling

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Camila Ronza

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Camila Ronza. Born on February 10, 1995, in São Paulo, Brazil. From an early age, she had contact with music because of her very musical family, who always inspired and encouraged her. As a child, she joined OSESP Children's Choir and performed as a solo singer, so she soon decided to be a singer and make music her profession. Camila completed her bachelor's degree in Popular Music Vocal Performance at Faculdade de Música Souza Lima, in the city of São Paulo, in 2016. In the following year, she was granted a scholarship from the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation to continue her studies in France, at the Center des Musiques Didier Lockwood (CMDL), where she graduated from the professional course “Le Jazz et les Musiques Improvisées”, returning to Brazil in July 2019. During her undergraduate course, she became a member of the Youth Choir of the State of São Paulo, and of Nômade, a vocal and body percussion group


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