Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

"Flyin’ Away" CD from guitarist Fabio Mignola offers original compositions from this passionate musician. All of the energy and fire on this release come from Fabio Mign…
Ecclectic all the way through to the bottom on her toenails with a distinctive style of playing and being an iconoclast makes bassist Kim Clarke a unique character. Clar…
Andrea Tofanelli is a sweet gentleman and one of the greatest brass instrumentalists and trumpeters of Europe. In Italy where Andrea was born and lives, he is an icon. L…
Canadian bassist Roberto Occhipinti is a virtuoso. He has performed all over the world and even played with legendary saxophonist Sam Rivers. Roberto, playing with the C…
Old vintages are precious gifts for some ears, produced by Dennis Gonzáles and the amazing Polish jazz promoter and human being Marek Winiarski (with Zdzislaw Gog…

Ruby Flower Records signs with violinist Zoltan Lantos for an album with his quartet "MirrorWorld" planned to be released by the end of the year 2007.

Zoltan Lantos is a violinist of many faces, colors and musical tongues. During his rigorous training at the Music Academy of his hometown, Budapest, he already appeared at the Eastern-European avant-garde scene but shortly after received a degree in classical violin (in 1984) and was now embarking …

HERB ROBERTSON: A brass user of all available means

Born February 21st 1951 in Plainfield, New Jersey, Clarence Clifford Robertson Jr. is the son of a Scottish/American father and an Italian/American mother. He grew up in the white middle class of Piscataway, New Jersey and became interested in music during his childhood.

As the young and shy boy that he was (and he remains), he received his first trumpet from the scho …

29.01.2011

Eric Revis

Published in Jazz Artist Interviews

Grammy winner Eric Revis knows what he desires and how he prefers it done. As a bass instrumentalist and composer, such power have assisted him fully to establish himself as a high skilled musician and enable him to release his latest CD Laughters Necklace of Tears, which features collaborations with Orrin Evans, Gerald Cleaver, John Ellis, Stacy Dillard andOz Noy.

He remarks that jazz found him when he started off playing electric bass in funk …

Dee Dee Bridgewater has been always unbounded in all things she does. Like the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, she has an imposing chronicle. The 15th annual Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival, celebrating the centenary of Mary Lou William’s Birth, hosted the All-Star Quintet composed by Dee Dee on vocal, Grace Kelly on saxophone, Geri Allen on piano, Esperanza Spalding on bass and Terri Lyne Carrington on drums.

The addition of these musicians says a lot about the lead

PARALLELISM RF04CD

Herb Robertson, Evan Parker & Agustí Fernandéz

TRIBUTE by Barry Guy

Music played by masters of improvisation. Masters of space, tessitura and instrumental control and masters in the art of knowing when and where to place those vital sounds that treat us to a tapestry of constantly shifting aural landscapes. There were moments when listening to this album where I was tempted to replay in my mind certain memories of h