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Robert Rodriguez Pianist/Composer, Robert Rodriguez was born on January 11, 1978 in New York City. Inspired by his father who is a drummer, Robert began to pursue music from a very early age. Robert studied piano and percussion at the New World School of The Arts and proceeded to achieve his bachelor's of music from the University of Miami. Through New world School of The Arts and the University of Miami, he was given the opportunity to perform with, Jerry Bergonzi, Jon Faddis, Kenny Weeler, and Maria Schneider. Robert has worked professionally with Ira Sullivan, Giovanni Hidalgo, Ed Calle, Charlie Haden, Arturo Sandoval, Ray Barretto, Roy Haynes, Ignacio Berroa, David Sanchez, Richard Bona and has recorded alongside Arturo Sandoval, Chick Corea, Dave Samuels, and Claudio Roditti on a live concert titled Jam Miami


Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2015
Track listing: Impromptu; La Guaracha; Fragment; Descaargation; Love Samba; Latin Jacks; Tu Mi Delirio; Minor Things


The Rodriguez Brothers At Club Bonafide On October 2-3

The Rodriguez Brothers At Club Bonafide On October 2-3

Club Bonafide is NYC's Hot New Club Presenting the Rodriguez Brothers on October 2 & 3 The Rodriguez Brothers' brand new release Impromptu (Criss Cross Jazz) has gained international airplay and critical acclaim. The new CD will be featured in an upcoming issue of JazzTimes Magazine. Come see what all the excitement is about at New ...

The Rodriguez Brothers CD Release Event On August 5-6 At Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

The Rodriguez Brothers CD Release Event On August 5-6 At Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola

The Rodriguez Brothers New Release Impromptu CD Release Gig! August 5-6 (7:30pm & 9:30pm) at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola The Rodriguez Brothers have been burnin' up the New York City jazz scene since 2002 with their passionate performance and engaging compositions. Their brand new 2015 release Impromptu (Criss Cross Jazz) is gaining international airplay and critical acclaim. ...


The Rodriguez Brothers: Impromptu

Read "Impromptu" reviewed by Andrew Luhn

Those of us who have siblings know the special bond that brothers and sisters share. From being able to quote the same movies, to sharing memories of childhood and growing up, it's hard to deny that siblings have a unique connection. It should come as no surprise then, that this unique connection gives siblings a certain ...


Label: Savant Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Rowdy Rod; Guayaquil; Lerida; Rude Awakenings; Spin; Intro To Conversations; Conversations; Midnight Excursion; El Manicero (The Peanut Vendor).


Rodriguez Brothers: Conversations

Read "Conversations" reviewed by Russ Musto

The New York jazz scene is virtually awash these days with sibling pairings of extremely talented young musicians, including the Rodriguez Brothers. Trumpeter Michael and pianist Robert have already earned excellent reputations as highly skilled players for their sideman work; on Conversations, the two prove themselves to be equally capable as composers and co-leaders of their ...


The Rodriguez Brothers: Conversations

Read "Conversations" reviewed by John Barron

From Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey, to Ingrid and Christine Jensen, the notion of first-rate siblings in jazz, while certainly not new, is always exciting. On Conversations, the Rodriguez brothers, pianist Robert and trumpeter Michael, deliver a heartfelt display of original modern jazz explorations with a vibrant Afro-Cuban backdrop. The opening track, “Rowdy Rod, is a potent ...


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