»To love Schubert means [...] to master the art of patience,« writes Khatia Buniatishvili about the composer to whom she dedicates her recital.
The history of jazz is marked by music-making siblings – from the Adderleys to the Heath Brothers to the Turrentines.
»I grew up in a neighbourhood in Sarajevo where time was measured by the bells of the catholic church nearby, by those of the orthodox church and by the muezzin’s prayer invocations.
Federspiel has a new album in the luggage! As the title suggests, it is about absorption and reflection.
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Spanish Harlem Orchestra
Oscar Hernandez, Klavier, Leitung
Willie Torres, Gesang
Jeremy Bosch, Gesang
Carlos Cascante, Gesang
Manuel »Maneco« Ruiz, Trompete
Alex Norris, Trompete
Douglas Beavers, Posaune
Oliviere Caron, Posaune
Mitchell Frohman, Baritonsaxophon, Flöte
Luisito Quintero, Timbales
George Delgado, Congas
Oreste Abrantes, Percussion
Gerardo »Jerry« Madera, Bass
The Art of Brass
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