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Yuri Goloubev

Born in Moscow, Russia, in 1972. After many years of a splendid career in classical music, since his moving to Italy in december 2004 dedicates himself exclusively to performing and composing jazz that he has been playing and composing alongside with his classical activities for some years and considers as his true call. In his "adopted home", Italy, collaborates with such important figures of Italian and European jazz scene as Enrico Pieranunzi, Franco Cerri, Glauco Venier, Claudio Fasoli, Giovanni Falzone, Guido Manusardi, Gianni Cazzola, David Boato, Antonio Zambrini, Massimo Manzi and many others

Two Chevrons Apart

Label: Basho Records
Released: 2020
Track listing: Beethoven & Schubert: friends?; Two Chevrons Apart; Just Another Week; Dead End Date; Cemetery Symmetry; Sweet Nothings; Elegiac; Parisian Episode VII.

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Roberto Olzer: Suoni per immaginare Fellini

Read "Roberto Olzer: Suoni per immaginare Fellini" reviewed by Paolo Marra

"Fellini 100" è il nuovo progetto del pianista e compositore Roberto Olzer, uno spettacolo multimediale di musica e arte visiva allestito nell'ambito del Festival Piemontese Tones and Stones (in rassegna dal 19 al 26 Luglio) per omaggiare il grande Maestro del Cinema, a cent'anni dalla sua nascita. Ad accompagnare il pianista sul palco, nella giornata inaugurale, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Julian Costello Quartet: Connections: without borders

Read "Connections: without borders" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Three years after its debut release, Transitions (33 Jazz), the Julian Costello Quartet returns with Connections: without borders. The debut was recorded in Italy, but for the follow-up the London-based band decamped to Norway, to record nine of leader and saxophonist Costello's compositions at Blueberry Fields studios in Heggedal. The tunes are indeed connected, reflecting how ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Yuri Goloubev: Two Chevrons Apart

Read "Two Chevrons Apart" reviewed by Ian Patterson

In recent years double bassist Yuri Goloubev has lent his rich sound to multiple projects, including the co-led Duonomics (Caligola, 2018) with Michele Di Toro. It was 2011's Titanic for a Bike (Caligola), however, that marked Goloubev's last recording as outright leader. This welcome return—his headlining debut on Basho Records—sees him align with frequent musical partners ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Julian Costello: Transitions

Read "Transitions" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Saxophonist Julian Costello has been around the UK jazz scene for a while, but for some years he decided to give up the world of the gigging musician and take up a teaching career. In recent years he's been gigging again and he now leads his quartet on Transitions, a collection of his original compositions recorded ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Diane Peters, Andrea Ponzoni: CafeAmaro

Read "CafeAmaro" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

I termini con cui usiamo definire le forme musicali sono sempre meno efficaci quando entriamo in quei territori di confine dove convivono nu-jazz, ambient, lounge, elettronica e strumentazione acustica. Il compito è ancor più difficile quando in un disco come questo ogni traccia si presenta con una propria identità, offrendo un mix cangiante e fantasioso.

Bergamo Jazz 2016

Read "Bergamo Jazz 2016" reviewed by Francesco Martinelli

For the first time under the artistic direction of trumpeter Dave Douglas, the 38th edition of the Bergamo Jazz Festival--one of Europe's longest running jazz events--invaded the ancient and noble city in the North of Italy with a joyous celebration of the music's diversity. The beautifully restored Teatro Sociale in the Città Alta--Bergamo's ancient ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Alex Hutton Trio: Magna Carta Suite

Read "Magna Carta Suite" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Eight hundred years after the creation of the Magna Carta--the Great Charter that signalled a shift in power from the English monarchy to the English aristocracy--pianist Alex Hutton and his trio draw inspiration from that shift in power distribution to create the Magna Carta Suite. Hutton's trio is based in the UK but has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

John Law's New Congregation: These Skies In Which We Rust

Read "These Skies In Which We Rust" reviewed by Jakob Baekgaard

One of the things that is characteristic about British pianist John Law is that he does not stand still. He keeps on studying music and constantly adds new sounds and expressions to his vocabulary. So far, his career has included many highlights, among them, a series of solo piano albums influenced by plainchant ...


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