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Label: Ubuntu Music
Released: 2020
Track listing: Dream Catcher; Crystal Glass; Nomad; Wee See; Adagio; Shaper Maker; I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me; Weeds; Prospect Park; Nobody Else But Me; For All We Know.

Sara Filipova

For years, Sara Filipova has been one of Vienna’s best-kept secrets. Her voice – capable of both whispered intimacy and full-throated acrobatics – has supported a wide variety of artists in recent years. With her solo debut, Black And White Café, Sara takes center stage for the first time. The five songs on the EP draw liberally from her experience in R&B, jazz, and classical music, but are closer in spirit to great singer-songwriters like Joni Mitchell and Paul Simon. Accompanying herself at the piano, she reflects on the transience of life and the human condition; the result is an intimate, moving portrait of a young woman sung in her own words

Fini Bearman

Fini Bearman is a London based singer, multi-instrumentalist & composer, who has a ‘rare sense of melody running through her eclectic compositions, full of catchy twists and turns’. Her music melds diverse influences from jazz, folk and contemporary music into an 'arresting and uniquely personal' sound. Sometimes dealing with settings of poetry and other times original lyrics, ‘her voice, effortlessly moves between a light precision and warm soulfulness is unmistakably her own’.  Fini released her latest album 'Burn the Boat' in October 2016 and it has already received much glowing reviews from peers and critics including ****'s from Jazzwise, allaboutjazz, the Guardian and the arts desk. '.

Solo

Label: Tikark
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Ottomania 2. Dolour 3. Mill 4. Jig 5. Potpourri 6. Jazzerinka 7. Konak

Ralph Hepola

Ralph Hepola was born into a Scandinavian-American family in Saint Paul, Minnesota in the United States where his early eclectic musical interests led to piano study before starting on the tuba at age twelve. At seventeen, he was chosen to play before the British Royal Family in the Manitoba All-Province Band at Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada. While still in high school, Ralph began performing as an extra musician with the Minnesota Orchestra, which later included recordings, and tours to Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York City. While still a teenager, Ralph won a position with The United States Army Band of Washington, D.C

Solo

Label: Libra Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Inori; Geradeaus; Ninepin; Spring Storm; Gen Himmel; Up Down Left Right; Moonlight.

Solo

Label: Libra Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Inori; Geradeaus; Ninepin; Spring Storm; Gen Himmel; Up Down Left Right; Moonlight.

Solo

Label: Libra Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Inori; Getadeux; Ninepin; Spring Storm; Gen Himmel; Up Down Left Right; Moonlight.

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Satoko Fujii: Solo

Read "Solo" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Solo piano performances generally fall into one of two categories--introverted or extraverted affairs. Obvious examples of extraverts are Fats Waller and Art Tatum, while inward-looking pianists are Brad Mehldau and Bill Evans. Extraverts play music pointed at the audience, while introverts internalize the experience. How then do we categorize the music of Satoko Fujii? ...


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