Keystone Korner Nights presents: Brazilian Jazz All Stars/Jazz Samba & Jobim

Wednesday, March 13 to Sunday, March 17, 2013 — Sets at 8pm & 10pm

 

Brazilian Jazz All Stars/Jazz Samba & Jobim

  • Duduka da Fonseca – Drums & Musical Direction
  • Romero Lubambo – Guitar (13th – 15th)
  • Claudio Roditi – Trumpet & Flugelhorn
  • Helio Alves – Piano
  • Maucha Adnet – Voice
  • Hans Glawishnig – Bass
  • Vic Juris – Guitar (16th & 17th)

Appearing at:
The Iridium
1650 Broadway (at W51st St)
New York, NY 10019

Buy Tickets Online at www.TicketWeb.com or make reservations at +1 (212) 582-2121

Duduka is a fantastic drummer, he has worked with me and I love the way he plays.”
— Antonio Carlos Jobim, Rio de Janeiro, Spring 94

Guitarist Romero Lubambo may be the best practitioner of his craft in the world today… [his] facility, creativity and energy are in a class all their own.
— Jazziz

“‘Master musician’ is the term that comes to mind when discussing trumpeter, flugelhornist and composer Claudio Roditi
—Zan Stewart, Star-Ledger

[Alves has] subtlety, musicianship an extraordinary improvisational facility..” “…outstanding capabilities as a melodic improviser…
— Robert L. Doerschuk, DownBeat Magazine

Maucha and I have travelled the world with the Banda Nova since 1984. She is a marvellous singer. Her voice is deep, rich, mysterious. It makes me long for the Brazilian forest.
Maucha is intelligent and comes from a very musical family. She is a good girl, wonderful woman, a great artist.
Kiss from your fan,
Antonio Carlos Jobim

When the bassist (Hans Glawischnig) emerges from the shadows with his solo, it’s so well framed and bursting with color you find yourself wishing he’d ride out the track with it, though he’s smart enough not to. ‘Jahira’ is a textbook lesson in how to make so little feel like so much.
— Jeff Tamarkin, Jazztimes

Two outstanding qualities characterize Vic Juris’ playing. One is his embodiment of the jazz tradition, while always stretching his scope and reaching for new possibilities and concepts.
— Victor L. Schermer, All About Jazz

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One Response to Keystone Korner Nights presents: Brazilian Jazz All Stars/Jazz Samba & Jobim

  1. Fadedrew says:

    Congratulations, Todd on your new endeavor! Thanks for all the great prgnrammiog and energy you have devoted to JALC and, especially to Keystone Korner back in the day! All best to you!

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