QuaranJazz: listen while you are home

QuaranJazz: listen while you are home

Something to listen while we´re at home: Interviews on how jazz musician are going through these crazy days, commentaries and all that jazz. Keep cool, stay healthy and listen to Jazz! Notes: QuaranJazz is now part of The Social Distancing Festival. Check it out: https://www.socialdistancingfestival.com/music/quaranjazz-listen-while-you-are-home Photo: Andrea Rocha - ZBR Comunicações

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March 21, 2020 29 min
Welcome to QuaranJazz! I´m Geisa Fernandes, singer & songwriter from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and the in the first episode of our series of interviews with jazz musicians, pianist Felix Biller opens his heart and tell us how a single song can hold the story of the three lineups of a Jazz Trio. Open your ears, hit play and relax.

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Welcome to the second episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Our guest this week is Ferdinando Romano, double bass player and composer from Italy. He tells us why he decided to keep the release date of his new album even during this uncertain days and how he is managing the sudden change from touring to stuck at home. Open your ears, hit play and relax.

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Welcome to the third episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home! Directly from Italy, jazz lady Lisa Marie Simmons tells us about her latest album NoteSpeak (Amori e Tragedie In Musica), her creative process and...astronauts. Hit play, relax and fly away!

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Welcome to the fourth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Globetrotter Irene Serra tells us about her project ISQ and how music helped her to cope with grief. Hit play and come along to Zion!

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Welcome to the fifth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Join me in this joyful conversation with UK-Argentina based performer Jenny Moule aka Damsel Talk. The lady talks about her projects, experiments with sounds during quarantine and the process of building up a stage character. Adelante!

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Welcome to the sixth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Our guest is my personal friend, the multi-talented Venezuelan Jazzman Silvano Pagliuca-Mena. Based in Madrid, Silvano talks about the city, his new routine and how to stay positive during the quarantine time. Enjoy!

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Welcome to the seventh episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Our guest is Swiss born Italian based pianist Lorenzo de Finti. From Milan he describes his routine during the quarantine with three children at home, how he manages to keep contact with his audience and the influence of The Beatles in his music. Bravissimo!

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Welcome to the eighth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Our guest this week is from Calgary, Alberta. Canadian jazz lady Aimee-Jo Benoit. Managing a routine that includes kids, cats and social work, she talks about her blog, spaces in music and learning to rethink decisions. Open your hearts and enjoy!

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Welcome to the ninth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Our guest this week is Faye Patton, multiintrumentalist-singer-(song)writer from London, UK. Faye tells us about her new jazz idiom, her "mens sana in corpore sano" routine during social distancing time and the importance of laughs. Smile and enjoy!

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Welcome to the tenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home (hurray!). Our guest this week is Hungarian sax, clarinet and flute player Viktor Haraszti. Based in The Netherlands, Viktor talks about his many projects, the influence of folk and oriental music in his work and the importance of groove, when exploring the unknown. Groovy!

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Welcome to the eleventh episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week I have David MacGregor as my guest. The Scottish born guitar player and composer is currently based in The Netherlands and from there he talks about his brand new release and sends us his great vibes and drops of wisdom. Easy and breezy!

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Welcome to the twelfth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week I talked to London born Tenerife based jazz singer Anna Rodriguez. She talks about her experience in Israel, internet concerts during the pandemic and how Brazilian music helped her mending a broken heart. Que bonito!


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Welcome to the thirteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week my guest comes from Moçambique: jazz saxophonist, composer, producer, academic and activist Moreira Chonguiça. He talks about his many projects, the importance of respecting nature and why support sometimes means more than money. Viva Moreira!

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Welcome to the fourteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week I have Canadian born, London based jazz singer Lauren Bush as my guest. Raised in a family of distinguished musicians, she tells us about her journey into the world of jazz, her statement as a musician and her life in fascinating London. Lovely Lauren!

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Welcome to the fifteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week I have London based jazz singer and actress Andrea Black as my guest talking about South American influences, being the first jazz artist signing with a Heavy Metal label and the sense of a purpose in life. Enjoy the vibe!

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Welcome to the sixteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. Upstate NY born Barcelona based drummer, guitarist and band leader Robert Castelli is my guest this week. Castelli comes from a family of drummers and in this openhearted talk he revives childhood memories and reflects upon being a drummer and a musician. Drumroll, please!

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Welcome to the seventeenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. My guest this week is Andrea Wolper, NYC based singer, songwriter, teacher, columnist and much more. She talks about her journey in jazz, improvisation and getting performances adapted to quarantine. Spoiler: includes love and good wishes.

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Welcome to the eighteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. My guest this week is Florida based saxophonist, band leader, teacher, programmer (yep), Master in Jazz Composition Zach Borheimer.
He talks about his intentions in jazz, the never ending battle with the saxophone, the jazz scene in Tampa, the influence of Brazilian music and, of course, Dragon Ball Z. Enjoy this emotional Florida summer suite.

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Welcome to the nineteenth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home. This week our guest comes from Bern, Switzerland. Trombonist, band leader, teacher, radio host and sound painter Simon Petermann talks about his latest release with the group MoonMot, improvisation in jazz and electronic music and how he composed a love song with closed eyes. A true romantic avant-garde experience. Enjoy!

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Welcome to the twentieth episode of QuaranJazz: listen while you are home (hurray!). This week our guest is Olivier Roch, clarinet and saxophone player and composer based in Paris. He talks about his recent released album with the group Nocuts, crossover jazz, creativity during quarantine time and how to create a true musical journey to the listener. C´est magnifique!
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