Jazz at Lincoln Center The Appel Room Frederick P. Rose Hall New Jazz Frontiers Septiembre 2014 ORLANDO “MARACA” VALLE, Flauta EDMAR CASTANEDA, Arpa EDWARD SIMON, Piano LUQUES CURTIS, Bass DANIEL FREEDMAN, Percusión   “El jazz ha muerto” es un clásico imperecedero en la literatura del jazz. Pero a pesar de todos los desafíos, reales e imaginados,...

Twenty-five years ago yesterday, Antonio Carlos Jobim had his debut in the United States in a now-legendary concert at Carnegie Hall. It was a disaster. On that 1962 evening, Jobim, sharing the bill with a group of fellow Brazilians, including Joao Gilberto, Oscar Castro Neves, and Luiz...

Romance Fernando Otero The work of Argentine composer and pianist Fernando Otero often blurs the lines between popular and classical music. Romance is 21st Century chamber music. Presented as a collection of short pieces, sized for the Twitter age, the music draws from traditional elements of Argentine folk...