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He's a founding member of the SF Jazz Collective, a Kennedy Center jazz ambassador and the recipient of both a Guggenheim and a Mac Arthur fellowship.He's also the founder of Caravana Cultural, a program designed to bring free-of-charge jazz concerts and educational presentations to rural areas of Puerto Rico.
Anat first encountered the varied styles of Brazilian music when she was a student at the Berklee College of Music in Boston.Born and raised in Cadiz, Spanish pianist Chano Domínguez recently moved his family to Seattle, adding a flamenco touch to our outstanding musical scene."I have played in so many places around the world and in the USA, and for me, Seattle is one of the most wonderful cities. "I grew up in a poor family in the south of Spain, in Andalusia.It was hard, because I didn't have an instrument, and I cried every year for a flamenco guitar.Clarinetist Anat Cohen's transcendent appearances with the Seattle Repertory Jazz Orchestra last February are still resonating."I loved the trip to Seattle, loved meeting all the people there, the SRJO and other musicians.
It was great time, and a wonderful hang," she said.
"Everybody there is so nice.” Her latest CD, "Luminosa" features a number of beautiful Brazilian melodies.
, a traditional folkloric instrument from Columbia and Venezuela.
Classical harps have 46 or 47 strings, but the smaller llanera has only 32.
That makes it lighter, swifter and somehow more versatile..least it sounds like it in the hands of this master from Bogotá.
Saxophonist Miguel Zenón has taken on some interesting projects in his career.