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Roberto Dani, Norma Winstone, Glauco Venier

These are lovely, well-played pieces for a quartet anchored by Italian percussionist Roberto Dani, and featuring the gorgeous vocals of Norma Winstone. This cleverly paced set includes twelve... Read

Jazz Capital of the World

Mika Pohjola, Matt Penman, Roberto Dani

Mika Pohjola is a modern day jazz stylist and innovator who has assimilated the entirety of the jazz tradition, and much of the early 20th century classical one, and turned it on its head with an... Read

At the Vision Festival

Rashied Ali, Greg Tardy, Omer Avital

This album is a one-set concert of drummer Rashied Ali's quartet at the Vision Jazz Festival in New York City in 1999. The four songs performed here are from the core live repertory of the group.... Read

Live at the Savoy

Grupo Nuevo, Eeppi Ursin, Mika Pohjola, Fernando Huergo

Grupo Nuevo explores new paths on chacarera and tango from Argentina. The repertoire contains classics and original compositions by Fernando Huergo and Mika Pohjola. Grupo Nuevo's renditions also... Read

Dupré Organ Works

Torvald Torén

This album contains parts of three live concerts by Swedish organist Torvald Torén. He performs organ works by the greatest organ composer of the 20th century, Marcel Dupré. The... Read

Musicians

Felipe Salles

is a native of São Paulo, Brazil, who currently lives and performs in New... learn more

Marcus Torén

studied for six years at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, Sweden, and... learn more

Dan Loomis

is a fresh presence on the New York music scene. Called "a forceful and creative... learn more

Yulia Musayelyan

was born in Moscow, Russia, where she began her music studies at the age of 4 with... learn more

Articles

Jan 31, 2010:

Solo Pianist Highlights the New York Jazz Scene

Jan 22, 2010:

The Stravinsky Rite of Spring Scandal to be Celebrated with Centennial Eggs

Mar 11, 2010:

Bassist Fernando Huergo Spins Brazilian Jazz-Fusion

Jan 29, 2010:

Jazz singer Carmen McRae's words compiled by bassist Ray Brown

May 25, 2010:

Op-Ed: The Arts Industry Revolution Puts Money On the Backseat