jueves, 15 de enero de 2015

Jazz Caribe and Jazz Global Beat: a musical visit to the Big Apple

From today until next week, Jazz Caribe and Jazz Global Beat, as on previous occasions, have confirmed a musical tour to several sites and jazz clubs in New York City where they played some of our musicians and best friends .
Our Directors, Licenseds Luis Raul Montell Arab and Juliana Olivares de Montell , already in the world's capital vacationing, and ready to collect and share all the experiences of these days, of course with the help of God.
Tomorrow, Friday 16, the action begins at Trumpets Jazz Club in Montclair, New Jersey, where Steven Kroon will be celebrating his birthday with his Latin Jazz Sextet, friends and fans from 8:00 pm.

With Kroon, on congas and percussion, also will be: Igor Atalita (k); Waldo Chavez (b); Bryan Carrott (VIB); Craig Rivers (sax & flute) and Vince Cherico (d).

On Saturday 17, at 4 pm at Westin New York at Times Square, under the American Chamber Music Showcase, will be performing Gregor Huebner, also known as "El Violin Latino" with his band Sirius.

CMA Showcase: Sirius Quartet

Saturday, January 17, 2015 4pm
Westin New York at Times Square

Sirius Quartet showcases three recent compositions from members Gregor Huebner, Fung Chern Hwei and Jeremy Harman. These works put the group's fiery energy and otherworldly precision at center stage.

Tango Jazz: one of the valuable musical expression that has been imposed by the quality and tenacity of its performers, creativity fusion, has performers such as the pianist, composer, arranger and band leader Emilio Solla (nominated for a Grammy 57) who accompany: Raul Jaurena (bandoneon); Meg Okura (Violin); Pedro Giraudo (bass). Also Pablo Aslan will be over there.
This will be in Zinc Bar on Sunday 18 at 9 pm, but will be able to arrive before taking dance lessons tango jazz.

There will be visits to National Jazz Museum in Harlem, Lincoln Center Jazz (Dizzy Club Coca Cola), Jazz Gallery, to continue on Wednesday 21 with a double batch.
First Caffe Vivaldi where we can appreciate the music of a great lover of South American music: Roger Davidson, pianist, composer and Soundbrush Records label owner.

Jan. 21  7:15 pm
Roger Davidson, piano
David Finck, bass
Adriano Santos, drums

with Special Guest
Aaron Heick

And then the party moved to Don Coqui in New Rochelle, where Steve vibraphonist Pouchie in the company of his great ally conga player Wilson "Chembo" Corniel and His Latin Jazz Ensemble, will please the audience again with music from his recent CD "North by Northeast", from 8 pm.

¡¡Viva The Latin Jazz!!


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