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Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Saxophone Cartel, a diaphanous sextet brings about classic reed forms of sounds as well as an array of modern jazz stylizations and improvising passages. Caught InTh…
Extraordinary gifted, Brazilian bassist and anthropologist Rodrigo Ferrari Nunes pays a wonderful tribute on The Bias Project #1 to flared improvisers such a…
A patchwork of active comprehensible groove formats is the contour of The Don Turoso Septet’s music. Turoso attests here his performing ability on tenor, alto and so…
Jaleel Shaw’s fruitful imagination, (although strongly influenced by the great Coltrane and Shorter) meticulous technique, and an elegant playing ability has extr…
Directions is a substantial, free improvisation and structured quest embraced with unimpeachable instrumentalism, a strong sense of lyricism and a vitriolic pu…
Agile Polish twins Marcin and Brat Olés gestated on Suite trio + after to listenig to French trumpeter Jean-Luc Cappozzo’s work done with Louis Sclavis. Suit…
"It’s going wild" is how Stampede must be spelled said drummer Per-Arne Tollbom. The album has no slick after cuts or overdubs; it’s just the result of an emotion…
Gregg August’s family legacy is without a doubt based in music. Since his tender age he was--and still is--driven by an eagerness for creation and discovery. August was …
Bright Road is literally a bright debut album for Korean born pianist Min Rager. A resident of Canada for nine years, Rager has already marked her o…
There you go .... a young bright baritone player who doesn’t want to imitate anybody and dares to tread on dangerous waters. His name is Charles Evans, the many slopes o…