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José Alberto “El Canario”, Ismael Miranda and Domingo Quiñones, with Johnny Olivo Jr. con su Herencia de Plena: A Special Holiday Celebration Presented by Goya Foods as part of The Lehman Center Performing Arts Series Lehman Center for the Performing Arts…
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Grammy® nominated artists Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martinez first worked together on Alfredo’s 2012 release The Invasion Parade. Since that initial recording session, they have had the rare occasion to perform together as a duo, leaving audiences…
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Eddie Daniels has become, without a doubt one of the finest clarinetists in the past fifty years or so. In fact, apart from Paquito D’Rivera, there is probably no one who plays this unforgiving instrument with more virtuosity and elegance than Mr Daniels.…
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The curtain rose on all the polite decorum of Koerner Hall and when the evening exploded it was as if we were swept up in the updraft of a nuclear blast from the corona of the sun Canadians don’t always get a fair shake when it comes to their…
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Living legend and multiple Grammy Award winner, Paquito D’Rivera, returns to Koerner Hall. On this occasion, he is joined by the Harlem Quartet, praised for its “panache” by The New York Times and for “bringing a new attitude to classical music, one that…
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The music of Abraham Gomez-Delgado, otherwise made here (and elsewhere) under the name of Zemog El Gallo Bueno has always maintained its life on the knife-edge of the contemporary avant-garde. But the emergence of far right Fascism has pushed it into the…
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The Manhattan School of Music has long been a fixture of the New York music scene and was one of the first United States conservatories to acknowledge the prime importance of jazz as an art form. The Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra, led by multi-Grammy Award…
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Listeners – simple and sophisticated – who have, by now become used to the music of David Virelles might come to expect that with each recording he will push further at the boundaries of music that has grown out of his Afro-Cuban heritage, especially…
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Flavio Lira is one several young Brasilian musicians who has a wider world-view of music than most of his countrymen and the bassist shows this off to great effect on Coffee Gold Sugar Cane. The title is a fairly obvious reference to the influential…
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The spiritual nature of Mi Luz Mayor, with its metaphor of “The Light” is a magnificent big band recording by Eddie Palmieri and may appear as if it lends truth to the abject humility of perhaps the greatest living Latin Jazz artist of this millennium. Mr…
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