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Mayuko Katakura Quintet Live from BODY&SOUL in Tokyo

Featuring the music of Mayuko Katakura
Duration: 3:28

Mayuko Katakura's latest stage performance, a duo concert at Oh!Jazz. Mayuko Katakura is a pianist with a world-class musical background, one of the top jazz musicians in Japan. She is known for her thorough stage presence, and her compositional preparation and team bookings are flawless.

This time, Mayuko Katakura will lead the two- wind quintet on this valuable stage.

Mayuko promises to captivate with her original compositions. In her own words, she shares, "I'll express my thoughts toward the jazz quintet through music with my own words." Don't miss this extraordinary musical journey!


After the Love Has Gone

Featuring the music of Jake Reichbart
Duration: 3:38

Fingerstyle guitarist Jake Reichbart is a legend on YouTube, known for his 1,600+ videos performing solo jazz tunes and pop remakes. Each of his arrangements employ fresh voicings and unique frettings to achieve a full band-like sound under the melody. Michigan-based Reichbart also hosts live song request sessions on YouTube. Enjoy his soulful sound, usually on an Ibanez AG75 hollow-body guitar, at any time of day. Here, he covers Earth, Wind and Fire's "After the Love Has Gone."


Caramelo de Cuba Live from Cafe Berlin, Madrid

Featuring the music of Caramelo de Cuba
Duration: 2:54

Javier Gutiérrez Massó, also known as "Caramelo de Cuba", is one of the main names on the current scene of Jazz, Latin Jazz and Flamenco Latin Jazz.

Caramelo returns to Café Berlín to give us an exquisite concert in which they will take a tour of almost all the genres and composers of Cuban music, proposing an interpretation that is nourished by the contemporary from the base of a deep knowledge of tradition. Top-level Latin Jazz by three musical geniuses that guarantee an unforgettable evening.



Featuring the music of Yosef Gutman Levitt
Duration: 2:27

Magical, spiritual journey of "Nigun 551," a spacious conversation between bassist and composer Yosef Gutman and guitarist Gilad Hekselman together with Ofri Nehemya. This enchanting melody of Rav Ginsburgh's is part of Yosef's ongoing exploration of Nigunim—melodies rooted in Chassidut.

Thank you to Gilad and Ofri for the joyous creative experience together in the studio.


Lingus (We Like It Here)

Featuring the music of Snarky Puppy
Duration: 10:43

Snarky Puppy is world-renowned for their original jazz-funk-fusion composition. They are especially impressive live, where they wow audiences with crisp horns, raw guitar, weighty bass, odd time-signatures and genius-level drum patterns and keyboard solos.

“Lingus (We Like It Here)” is unarguably one of their greatest hits, recorded in front of a live audience listening via headphones. The piece includes all the elements that make the band great. Be sure not to miss the mind-blowing keyboard solo by Corey Henry from [4:23].


Emmet Cohen - El Arte del Piano Cubano, Live from Fábrica de Arte Cubano, La Habana

Featuring the music of Emmet Cohen
Duration: 2:24

Experience the art of piano with an impressive solo performance by Emmet Cohen at the La Habana Jazz Plaza Festival. Let the rhythmic melodies of jazz transport you to a world of relaxation and musical bliss. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the soulful sounds of Emmet Cohen on the piano.


Curtis Lundy Quartet Live from Sala Villanos, Madrid

Featuring the music of Curtis Lundy
Duration: 4:25

Curtis Leon Lundy is a talented bassist from the new generation of artists who continue the tradition of jazz. Originally from Miami, Florida, Lundy, disciplined and technical, began his musical career in the All Miami Youth Jazz Band. Enrolled at the University of Miami under the guidance of the renowned bassist Dr. Lucas Drew, he has also studied with greats such as Cecil McBee, Linda McKnight, Rufus Reid, Jaco Pastorius, and Ron Carter.

His notable sense of timing in jazz enables him to tackle the most challenging songs for musicians. From the beginning of his professional career to the present day, he has shared the stage with musical luminaries such as Art Blakey, Pharoah Saunders, Freddie Hubbard, Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Dizzy Gillespie, among others.


Rachelle Ferrell & George Benson: Everything Must Change

Featuring the music of Rachelle Ferrell
Duration: 6:56

Rachelle Ferrell's performance on this standard could be one of the most powerful jazz vocal examples in the history of the genre... period. Her range spans low alto to supersonic whistle tones, while her jaw and lips bend in ways rarely seen, achieving a horn-like quality. Her vibrato is flawless and the strength of her "pipes" could power a cathedral organ. When you're a young singer like Ferrell in 1991 who stuns her fellow soloists George Benson and harmonica legend Toots Thielmans, you know you have a magical career ahead of you,

It is suggested you start with Ferrell's first notes at [2:16] through to the end, then replay from Benson's opening of the piece.


"Gunnhildr" Live at The Watermelon Room

Featuring the music of Wide-Eyed Lounge Cats
Duration: 2:14

Following the success of their third studio album The Watermelon Sessions (released 2023), Wide-Eyed Lounge Cats return to the studio where it all began to record a live performance of their original song “Gunnhildr”. The studio, known as the Watermelon Room (based out of Baltimore, MD), became a critical element in the band’s evolution into jazz fusion, allowing them the space and presence to explore, test, and ultimately discover themselves through a shared musicianship. The album and its tracks pay homage to that journey as live performers and studio musicians. The featured song demonstrates the band’s unique ability at bending genres into a powerful array of sounds, and the composition draws inspiration from old Norse folklore and mythology. The video was recorded by Marshall Veth and the audio mixed by Garrett Long, their original engineer (and founder) of the Watermelon Room. 


Manon Mullener, El Arte del Piano Cubano Live from Fábrica de Arte Cubano, Havana

Featuring the music of Manon Mullener
Duration: 2:44

Manon Mullener, is a pianist from Fribourg. Born into a musical family with a father and a drummer brother, she began playing the piano at the age of 4 at the Conservatoire de Fribourg. Despite her young age, Manon has performed and toured in numerous clubs and festivals in Switzerland and abroad, including France, Germany, Spain, Mexico and Colombia. In January 2024, she was invited to perform at the prestigious Havana Jazz Festival in Cuba, where she appeared as a duo with Emmet Cohen, Dayramir Gonzalez and Jorge Luis Pacheco. This is a highlight from that beautiful concert only available to watch on Oh! Jazz.


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