Contact

(818) 378 0828

Follow

©2018 by Jonathan Widran Reviews. Proudly created with Wix.com

TED PILTZECKER, Brindica

November 28, 2018

On his wondrously adventurous new album Brindica (a clever portmanteau of “Brazil, India, Africa”), jazz trumpeter turned world class vibraphonist Ted Piltzecker spearheads a global mission to share the planet’s joyous diversity - and refresh our perspective on our brief time here -through a multitude of jazz and global fusion styles.

 

Joining forces with drummer/co-producer Fernando Martinez, pianist Miguel Marengo, bassist Mauricio Dawid and altoist Carlos Michelini – and inviting guests like Jon Faddis to shuffle along with the polyrhythmic caravan – Piltzecker guides a spirited cornucopia of travel from the majestic Himalayas to the percussive streets of New Orleans, from the sunny Caribbean (with shimmering assistance from steel pan master John Wooton) to a Balinese parade, Ghana and back home for a heartfelt ode to Harlem.

 

Under the steady yet freewheeling navigational eye of Piltzecker, Brindica is a heavily stamped passport to untold musical riches.

Please reload

Our Recent Posts

RUARK, When You Coming Home

January 24, 2020

KIRSTEN AGRESTA COPELY, Around the Sun

January 15, 2020

THE SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES: AL SAPIENZA and DEBORAH RENNARD at Feinstein's at Vitello's

January 12, 2020

1/1
Please reload

Tags

Please reload

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now