Results for "Sebastian Noelle"
After choosing New York City as his permanent residence in 2002, guitarist Sebastian Noelle has been performing with his group on a regular basis. His name can be found on the programs of the city's hot spots for creative music such as the 55 Bar, Cornelia Street Cafe or CBGB's Gallery. Sebastian Noelle's performance experiences include concerts at the North Sea Festival, Montreux Festival, and tours in Holland and Slovakia. His melodic playing can be heard to advantage throughout his latest CD "Secret Sound Nation" (2004, Nolimit Records), which showcases original compositions exclusively
by Jack Bowers
Following its splendid premiere recording, an exploration of Miles Davis' unrivaled album Kind Of Blue (Capitol Records, 1959), composer/arranger Jon Schapiro's 17-member ensemble broadens its horizons on Human Qualities, pairing seven of the maestro's astute and adventurous charts with the Roberta Flack best-seller, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." This time around, Schapiro proves ...
By Jon Schapiro
Label: Summit Records
Track listing: CD 1 Boiled Funk; Foiled Bunk; So What; Boiled Funk 2: Dark of Night; Blue in Green. CD 2 Boiled Funk 3: Worth Your While; All Blues; Boiled Funk 4: Old Feet, New Shoes; Flamenco Sketches; Boiled Funk 5: A Smile; Freddie Freeloader; Boiled Funk / Theme.
by Jerome Wilson
Miles Davis' album Kind Of Blue (Columbia, 1959) is the best-selling jazz album of all time and has been highly influential for the last 60 years. Most of its five tracks have become jazz standards and have been interpreted time and again. However it is rare to see the entire album reworked to the extent that ...
by Jack Bowers
2019 marked the sixtieth anniversary of the Miles Davis sextet's acclaimed album, Kind of Blue (Columbia). While the tributes didn't exactly pour in, New York-based composer / arranger Jon Schapiro took it upon himself not only to revisit that classic session but to re-orchestrate it for a large ensemble (the Schapiro 17) and flesh it out ...
by Jack Bowers
What's that you say? A New York-based Jazz Orchestra as admirable as this one whose recording debut was delayed for more than twenty-five years? There ought to be a law! Well, in this case it wasn't the law but a lawyer who sidetracked the orchestra's debut for so many years. His name is Brett Gold, and ...
Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records Proudly Releases "Of Water And Ghosts" From Bassist/Composer Daniel Foose, CD Release Celebration - Rockwood Music Hall On November 22
Available October 7, 2016 CD Release Celebration at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3 November 22, 2016, 8:30 PM ($10, 2 drink minimum) Featuring Sebastian Noelle: guitar; Tomoko Omura: violin; Maria Im: violin; Allyson Clare: viola; Jennifer Devore: cello; Keita Ogawa: percussion; Daniel Foose: bass. In 2015 bassist/composer Daniel Foose returned to his ...