Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Ron Davis’s album, Shimmering Rhythm, takes us along from the start to an atypical universe. Davis’s very beautiful ensemble uses the space and great breathings…
The spinning glance of Gerry Hemingway to the New York scene makes a lot of artists sigh while also delighting others, particularly those able to hear the subtle compara…
A native New Jerseyan, Daniel Blake is a whimsical reedist, pedagogue, and composer. The muse touched him ever since he was a kid--playing piano at 5 years old and saxop…
Nominated as the Best Native American Music Album category at the Grammys, Sacred Ground blends wordlessly, and elegantly clutches many tribal songs with a spirit of tri…
Texan, Brian Mulholland, has recently launched Deco. A resourceful author and bassist, Mulholland clusters chummy euphonies and brisk jingles intermingled with …
Mokuto’s up-to-the minute approach, Message From The Errand Boy, is an industrious five partitions, deputizing a tuneful blowing dominion. The tracks are appeas…
Polish twins Marcin Oles & Bartlomiej Brat Oles are amazing composers, startling musicians and sensitive characters. Bassist Marcin Oles and drummer Brat Oles awe us wit…
It is amazing to get a chance to have in your hands a jazz score. The excitement makes you want to jump into your car and pushes you to rent the movie at the local DVD/v…
A heterogeneous composition on Maguire’s piano opens up the tempo on "Egocentric," the first track of Floriculture. Then, a tandem between the piano and Trevor …