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06:36 Bakolo Music International - WOMEX 2018. Jean-Pierre Bulantulu Ndangi, Michel Vula Diankatu, Paul Mayena Malakani & Nzoku Bikunda Mulubuele [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Bakolo Music International - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Bakolo Music International, represents the pioneers of the golden age of Congolese rumba. The singer, guitarist and grand survivor Nzofu Moko Buele, known to all as Bikunda, is carrying on a torch first lit in 1948 by ‘Papa’ Wend Kolosoy, the ‘father of Congolese Rumba’ and composer of the first Rumba hit song, ‘Marie-Louise’
07:23 Filo Machado - New Year’s Eve Special. Filo Machado [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Filo Machado - New Year’s Eve Special - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is Filo Machado. Born in São Paulo, this singer, composer, instrumentalist, arranger and producer has celebrated many musical successes. Filo Machado took part in saxophonist Jane Bunnett’s Canadian tour with her spectacular project ’Rendez-Vous Brazil/Cuba’. He has appeared at the jazz festivals of Córsega and Uzeste and opened for the one and only Nina Simone in Cannes. In this New Year’s Eve special, presented by Da Pá Virada Sessions and Stingray, Filo Machado performs his uniquely sparkling Latin jazz
08:22 Mario Batkovic - WOMEX 2018. Mario Batkovic [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Mario Batkovic - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. The 2018 edition of WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Mario Batkovic, aims to explore the sonic possibilities of the accordion, without effects or loops, rather through a mutualist symbiotic relationship between man and instrument. Challenging, hypnotic, and grandiose, Batkovic’s single-handed symphonic vision is certainly unique
09:00 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
11:15 Karin Fernandes - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Karin Fernandes [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2020]
Karin Fernandes - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is pianist Karin Fernandes. She is dedicated to the performance of 20th and 21st century piano repertoire and has premiered numerous new compositions. As a soloist, Karin Fernandes has performed with prestigious Brazilian orchestras
12:07 Panorama do Choro - Da Pá Virada… Roberta Valente, Alexandre Ribeiro, Gian Correa & Henrique Araujo [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2020]
Panorama do Choro - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is Panorama de Coro. This ensemble combines jazz and traditional Brazilian music. The resulting music has a festive, almost street-like atmosphere. Panorama de Coro consists of Roberta Valente (pandeiro and percussion), Alexandre Ribeiro (clarinet), Gian Correa (7-string guitar), Henrique Araujo (cavaquinho), João Poleto (flute and tenor saxophone) and Yves Finzetto (pandeiro and percussion)
13:12 Arsenik - Olympia, Paris. Arsenik [Olympia, Paris, France | 2019]
Arsenik - Olympia, Paris - The mythical duo Arsenik is a rap group from France, made up of two brothers, Lino and Calbo. The team performs at Olympia Paris to celebrate their 20 years since their first album, Quelques gouttes suffisent… It’s a unique concert: Arsenik plays the entire album with numerous special guests for the first time. The album has sold over 300,000 copies in France. Today it’s being considered a classic, and it continues to be cited in the top five of the best French rap albums of all generations. Enjoy Arsenik’s live show in Olympia Paris!
15:04 Chloé - Trabendo Paris. Chloé [Trabendo, Paris | 2017]
Chloé - Trabendo Paris - Chloé has, without a doubt, led an entire generation to her electronic music playground - one that goes beyond strictly club and techno. As much a film music enthusiast as an accomplished guitar player, she stumbled into the electronic scene early on, developing an unwavering curiosity for sound machines. Chloé is a composer, and she gives life to artistic ideas. The challenge is to stay unwavering in spite of self-doubt that arises throughout the creative process. It is precisely this inner questioning, this contradiction, that nourishes and motivates Chloé’s work. Chloé dedicates a full set to her 2017 album Endless Revisions. At Trabendo Paris, she plays these brand-new songs only a few weeks after the album was released
16:20 Jacob Karlzon Trio - Open Waters. Jacob Karlzon, Morten Ramsbol & Rasmus Kihlberg [STEINWAY & SONS Factory, Hamburg, Germany | 2019]
Jacob Karlzon Trio - Open Waters - Swedish pianist Jacob Karlzon is joined by Danish bassist Morten Ramsbøl and Swedish drummer Rasmus Kihlberg at the Steinway piano factory in Hamburg to present their album ‘Open Waters’. Karlzon, a classically trained pianist who shared a stage with Kenny Wheeler, Norma Winstone, and Billy Cobham keeps the rich tradition of Swedish jazz eclecticism alive. Back in 2012, Karlzon explored the world of heavy metal, after that allowing electronic elements to set the pulse
17:07 Johnny Marr at Rock en Seine 2019. Johnny Marr [Rock en Seine, Paris | 2019]
Johnny Marr at Rock en Seine 2019 - English musician, songwriter, and singer Johnny Marr has enjoyed an exemplary career since his former band The Smiths split up in 1987. His distinctive guitar sound has been part of such varied groups as The Pretenders, The Cribs, Modest Mouse, and Electronic, the group he co-founded with Bernard Sumner of New Order. Now a living legend, Johnny Marr showcases his incredible singer-songwriter talents on each new album. His recent, hit-packed release Call The Comet (2018) gave us »The Tracers” and »Hi Hello,” and his live performances - which usually include some songs from his days with The Smiths - always hit the mark. Enjoy this 2019 show recorded at Rock en Seine in Paris!
18:09 Charlie Parker - Bird with Strings… Olivier Bogé, Géraldine Laurent, Pierrick Pédron & Thomas de Pourquery [Philharmonie de Paris, Paris, France | 2019]
Charlie Parker - Bird with Strings Revisited - In the late 1940s, jazz saxophonist Charlie ’Bird’ Parker expressed his wish to record with a classical string section rather than his usual jazz quintet. This desire was fulfilled in 1949 and 1950 when he recorded two albums with oboe, harp, string section and a jazz rhythm section, released as ’Charlie Parker with Strings’. Fast forward 70 years, when saxophonists Olivier Bogé, Géraldine Laurent, Pierrick Pédron, Thomas de Pourquery, and Jaleel Shaw follow in the jazz legend’s footsteps, revisiting the repertoire of those original albums in this 2019 concert at The Philharmonie de Paris. Bastien Stil conducts Christophe Dal Sasso’s new orchestral arrangements in this genre-blending concert, which opens with Dal Sasso’s very own Overture pour cinq saxophones et orchestra
19:41 City Beats - Episode 5 - Amsterdam. Carly Foxx [Amsterdam | 2019]
City Beats - Episode 5 - Amsterdam - DJ-producer Carly Foxx is on a musical journey, immersing herself in the life of five iconic European cities to find inspiration for a series of new tracks. In this episode, Carly Foxx travels to Amsterdam to influence her music track and discovers it is a lot more experimental than she imagined. After exploring the streets of Amsterdam and interviewing passersby, Carly meets up with Steim director Dick Rijken. He and his students design electronic instruments that encourage experimentation. She records various instruments and adds them to her track. Then, in the central library, Carly finds a young pianist who plays his compositions for her to record. After that, Carly travels to the North of Amsterdam to meet with DJ David Leese, who introduces her to the Amsterdam clubbing scene. Together they visit the Genetic Choir. Back in London, Carly Foxx puts together her music track and presents it in the club
20:22 CLASSICAL:Next 2019 - Rui Massena. Rui Massena, Rui Moreira, Bernardo Fesch & Sandro Mota [De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands | 2019]
CLASSICAL:Next 2019 - Rui Massena - A life-long pioneer and defender of classical music, a maestro and pianist by training, Rui Massena has performed in 14 countries with 30 orchestras, has conducted for José Carreras, Ute Lemper and Wim Mertens and was the main guest conductor of the Rome Symphony Orchestra for three seasons. He has also received several distinctions, both as maestro and as a TV personality. With his first album, Solo, in 2015, recorded entirely on solo piano, his remarkable talent as a melodist was revealed to the world. In 2016, he released ’Ensemble’, partly recorded with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra. The record shot to #1 in the Portuguese charts. The new album III was recorded in two stages: in Berlin all the piano parts were recorded with the Grammy-winning producer and engineer Tobias Lehman; in Oporto they were recorded with his stage band. The record was mastered in New York by Grammy-winning engineer Joe Laporta and released in Portugal by Universal on the Deutsche Grammophon label in November 2018. A tour is already planned for 2019 coinciding with the international release of III. In this concert from 2019’s Classical:NEXT!, Rui Massena performs alongside Rui Moreira (viola d’arc), Bernardo Fesch (bass), and Sandro Mota (percussions)
21:00 Hardwell and the Metropole Orchestra -… Hardwell & Metropole Orchestra [Ziggo Dome, The Netherlands | 2018]
Hardwell and the Metropole Orchestra - Symphony - During »Symphony: The Global Revolution of Dance,” the global sensation DJ Hardwell, with the world’s leading pop and jazz orchestra, The Metropole Orchestra, take the audience on a musical journey through the history of dance music. The spectacular show of legendary DJ and the Metropole Orchestra is characterized by the composition of different music periods, from the ‘80s to the present. The show features hits from various world stars like Donna Summer, Tiësto, Carl Cox, and Daft Punk
23:08 Creamfields. Green Velvet, MK, Carl Cox & deadmau5 [Creamfields, United Kingdom | 2019]
Creamfields - Having burst onto the ever-growing festival scene two decades ago, Creamfields has secured its spot as being one of the - if not the - biggest weekend dedicated to electronic music in the UK. Currently, the clubbing and raving pilgrimage attracts an impressive 70,000 festival-goers over the weekend. Continuously offering up the very best in EDM, house, trance, drum and bass, grime, and more, Creamfields has hosted some massive names over the past twenty years. This 2019 edition of Creamfields presents Green Velvet, MK, Carl Cox, Deadmau5, Camelphat, Nicole Moudaber, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and many more!
00:09 RSO (Richie Sambora & Orianthi). Richie Sambora, Orianthi Panagaris, Michael Bradford & Stefanie Eulinberg [WTTW, Chicago | 2018]
RSO (Richie Sambora & Orianthi) - Long before music television filled the airwaves, the series Soundstage sparked the nation. This innovative and prestigious program achieved widespread critical acclaim and featured the artists that defined the era, such as RSO, which stands for Richie Sambora and Orianthi. The American guitarist Richie Sambora has been the lead guitarist of rock band Bon Jovi for 30 years. He was, together with Bon Jovi, responsible for most of the songwriting of the band. Orianthi is most known for her rehearsals in 2009 with Michael Jackson for his ill-fated This Is It concert series. She has also performed with Alice Cooper’s touring band. Richie Sambora and Orianthi have been performing together as RSO since 2014. Enjoy their 2018 Soundstage show at WTTW Chicago!
01:53 House of the Gipsies - Sing Jazz 2018. Cedric Leonardi, Tony Jean Reyes, Kakou Reyes & Manjoor Khan Dholak [Sing Jazz, Singapore | 2018]
House of the Gipsies - Sing Jazz 2018 - Since the Gypsy Kings made their triumphal debut on the music scene with their wild Spanish rumba four decades ago, no band has dared to follow in their footsteps … until now! House of the Gipsies updates the raw rhythms of nomadic tribes in Rajasthan, India, collaborating with Manganiyar musicians Manjoor, Nehru and Dilawar Khan. The result is a unique sound that can be described as Indo-Gypsy fusion, which is part of the evolution of the Spanish rumba. Do not miss this eclectic performance sure to please music lovers of all generations, presented at the 2018 Sing Jazz Festival
03:00 HVOB. Anna Muller & Paul Wallner [Trabendo, Paris | 2019]
HVOB - The two musicians behind HVOB are Anna Müller and Paul Wallner. Anna Müller composes, produces, and provides the captivating, hypnotic vocals. The final production of the tracks is done in collaboration with Paul Wallner in his Vienna studio. HVOB are carving their path not just with their distinctive sound but with their live performances as well. The duo always plays live and performs with a drummer - a concept as innovative as it is successful: HVOB has just been voted number two best live act by the most influential German electronic music magazine «De:bug.” Enjoy their 2019 show at Trabendo Paris!
04:21 Norayr Kartashyan & Menua - WOMEX 2018. Norayr Kartashyan, Grigor Kartashyan, Artur Mkrtumyan & Edgar Petrosyan [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Norayr Kartashyan & Menua - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Norayr Kartashyan, is acclaimed as one of Armenia’s finest woodwind masters and composers, an acknowledged virtuoso numerous traditional Armenian instruments. To name a few: the blul and shvi flutes, duduk, the double-reed zurna trumpet, the pku clarinet, and the parkapzuk bagpipe. Kartashyan’s compositions are gently unfolding, delicately intertwined evocations of rural music with a timeless connection to the earth, full of beauty and warmth
05:04 The Garifuna Collektive - WOMEX 2018. Desiree Basilia Diego, Sheldon Cecil Petillo, Denmark Jason Flores & Horace Orlando Flores [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
The Garifuna Collektive - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, The Garifuna Collective, carries the legacy of Andy Palacio who not only put the music of Belize on the world stage, it also inspired a generation of Belizean musicians to look to their roots. Featuring an intergenerational line-up and the rousing vocal prowess of the Umalali women singers, they celebrate the deep cultural roots of Garifuna music, with the emblematic sound of the two traditional Garifuna drums - the primero and the segunda - along with maracas, turtle shells, jawbones and acoustic and electric guitars and bass grooves
05:57 Jazz à Ramatuelle: Omar Sosa. Omar Sosa [Jazz à Ramatuelle, France | 2014]
Jazz à Ramatuelle: Omar Sosa - Experience the incredible richness of our world’s music in this performance by the unparalleled Afro-Cuban pianist Omar Sosa! Whilst staying true to Cuban music traditions, Sosa shows an insatiable curiosity: tirelessly exploring music from around the world - from the Caribbean to India and from West Africa to the Arab World - nothing seems to escape his thirst for discovery. A celebration of rhythm in all its forms, this Omar Sosa concert from the French Ramatuelle Jazz Festival promises an intense mystical experience!
07:36 Echoes Series: Emel Mathlouthi. Emel Mathlouthi [Yoyo, Palais de Tokyo Museum, Paris | 2020]
Echoes Series: Emel Mathlouthi - Echoes is a modern live music show hosted by Jehnny Beth (lead singer in the British band Savages). It presents leading and emerging bands and artists from the contemporary scene. The show takes place underneath the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, in the club of brutalist architecture, the »Yoyo.” The live sets are 30 minutes long and take place on a customized stage, creating closeness with the audience. The intimate, immersive space lends to the atmosphere of the show. The artistic direction by Antoine Carlier follows a minimalist, refined and pure aesthetic, allowing the artists’ energy and emotions to take center stage. This episode features Emel Mathlouthi. Her set includes the songs »Rescuer,” »Something in the Way,” and »Holm.”
08:15 Classical:NEXT 2019 - Close Call. Arthur Wagenaar [De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - Close Call - In Close Call your smartphone is a musical instrument. And you are not just an audience member, but a musician in a crazy band with three drummers! Arthur Wagenaar is a Dutch composer and musician. He has a deep love for rock bands, theatre, opera and classical music, and his music is usually a mixture of all of this. He also loves to invent his own instruments, mechanical or electronic, such as the »rampaphone,” a string instrument nine meters in length, the »kleurwerper,” played by juggling, and of course the Close Call Live app. In this performance from Classical:NEXT! in Rotterdam, he is supported by Joep Hendrickx, Tjalling Schrik, Marijn Korff de Gidts, Boy van Ooijen, Dodó Kis, Sarah Jeffery, Lotte Pen, Matthias Konrad, and Axel Schappert
09:00 Echoes Series - Episode 6. Baxter Dury, Wet Leg & Geese [Yoyo, Palais de Tokyo Museum, Paris | 2020]
Echoes Series - Episode 6 - Echoes is a modern live music show hosted by Jehnny Beth (lead singer in the British band Savages). It presents leading and emerging bands and artists from the contemporary scene. The show takes place underneath the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, in the club of brutalist architecture, the »Yoyo.” The live sets are 30 minutes long and take place on a customized stage, creating closeness with the audience. Once the bands have performed, Jehnny Beth invites everyone to sit at her roundtable for a group conversation. The open discussions in every episode allow the audience to understand the rapport, artistic exchange, and intellectual debates that run through this eclectic musical universe. The intimate, immersive space lends to the atmosphere of the show. The artistic direction by Antoine Carlier follows a minimalist, refined and pure aesthetic, allowing the artists’ energy and emotions to take center stage. The artists featured in this episode are Baxter Dury, Wet Leg, and Geese
10:04 The Band Perry. Neil Perry, Kimberly Perry & Reid Perry [Red Studios, Los Angeles | 2017]
The Band Perry - This series features groundbreaking concerts, in-depth artist interviews and unique stories with host Ted Stryker. This concert series gives the audience an intimate view of music’s most influential artists today. Shot in 4K, host Ted Stryker interviews musicians across all genres, creating the most unique music show on TV today. This episode features The Band Perry, the famous country band consisting of siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry. Throughout high school they had different bands, but towards the end of high school the three came together as The Band Perry. After being signed to Republic Nashville, they released their first album, and conquered the charts with the song »If I Die Young.” Since then, they have scored numerous hits and have won various awards. At the Red Studios in Los Angeles, they perform a great set of songs, including the hits »If I Die Young,” »Better Dig Two” and »Done.”
11:04 Jazz à Ramatuelle: Antonio Faraò. Antonio Faraò [Jazz à Ramatuelle, France | 2014]
Jazz à Ramatuelle: Antonio Faraò - In 1998, Antonio Faraò won the prestigious Concours Martial Solal, awarded to him by Herbie Hancock! Since then, this talented Italian jazz pianist has made his mark as a player of elegance and lyricism, which has allowed him to collaborate with the best European and American musicians. On his last album «Evan», recorded in the United States, he leads an all-star band starring Joe Lovano on tenor saxophone. On a beautiful summer night at the French Jazz à Ramatuelle festival, Faraò performs at the breathtaking Theatre de Verdure in the company of saxophone legend Dave Liebman. With refined ballads, a feline groove, elegance, and lyricism, this musical meeting sparkles - if you watch closely you might even see some bright new stars lighting up in the night sky above Ramatuelle!
12:37 Moonlight Benjamin - WOMEX 2018. Moonlight Benjamin, Matthis Pascaud, Marck Richard Mirand & Martin Levebvre [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Moonlight Benjamin - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Moonlight Benjamin, blends together Voodoo blues, Haitian rock and Creole roll into a riff-heavy, groove-laden sonic concoction built on the tension between her powerful voice and saturated electric guitars
13:22 Paulo Novaes - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Paulo Novaes [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Paulo Novaes - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is Paulo Novaes. Coming from a family of musicians, Paulo Novaes has already lived through a lifetime of music in spite of his young age. Paulo is the cousin of singer Bruna Caram, with whom he performed in São Paulo, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, and other major cities. As a singer, composer, and instrumentalist, his creativity is enjoyed in many forms. With three albums out and his song ’Perdoa’ reaching over 20 million streams on Spotify, he steps into the spotlights time and time again. Now Da Pá Virada Sessions and Stingray present Paulo Novaes in this intimate performance, recorded in Novaes’ native city São Paulo
14:22 Classical:NEXT 2019 - Clarinet Factory. The Clarinet Factory, Vojtěch Nýdl, Luděk Boura & Jindřich Pavliš [De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - Clarinet Factory - Considered to be one of the most unique ensembles to feature on the Czech scene in the last 25 years, the style of the Clarinet Factory hovers between contemporary and classical music, jazz and world music. As winners of the Classic Prague Awards in 2017 for ’Best Crossover Project’, the quartet combines their classic music training and clarinet art with jazz, minimalism and improvisation to create their very own music without borders, capable of communicating directly with all audiences. The Clarinet Factory also experiment with electronics, both ambient and dance-oriented, and the four musicians remain ever fascinated with the possibilities of their instrument, considering their work as a music laboratory. Regularly collaborating with symphonic ensembles, vocalists, performance artists, the quartet have written music for film, theatre, ballet and contemporary dance. In this performance from 2019’s Classical:NEXT!, the ensemble interprets their own works: «Bird Song», «Husa divoká», «B-A-C-H», «Hikari», «Luda’s Dance» and «L’Amour». The Clarinet Factory is made up of Vojtěch Nýdl (clarinet and vocals), Luděk Boura (clarinet), Jindřich Pavliš (clarinet), and Petr Valášek (bass clarinet)
15:02 Avishai Cohen’s Big Vicious. Avishai Cohen, Uzi Ramirez, Yonathan Albalak & Aviv Cohen [Jazz sous les pommiers, Coutances, France | 2019]
Avishai Cohen’s Big Vicious - The phrasing and the pure and feverish sound of Israeli trumpeter Avishai Cohen, adopted New Yorker, make him a respected and beloved breath of the contemporary jazz scene. Inspired leader, he summons here an astonishing instrumental ensemble with two drummers and two guitarists. This musical bias allows him to freely combine the rock spirit of Jimi Hendrix with the electric jazz of Miles Davis. The result is an unprecedented fusion that is as innovative as it is exciting. Enjoy Avishai Cohen’s »Big Vicious” show at Jazz sous les pommiers 2019
16:31 Nubiyan Twist - Music Meeting. Tom Excell, Pilo Adami, Nick Richards & Finn Booth [Music Meeting, Landgoed Brakkesteyn, Nijmegen, The Netherlands | 2019]
Nubiyan Twist - Music Meeting - Since 1985, the Dutch city of Nijmegen has been welcoming the International Music Meeting Festival every Pentecost. Ranging from jazz and improvisational music to traditional music and unique crossovers, this adventurous festival is all about musical encounters and international collaborations. In 2019, the band Nubiyan Twist performs at the International Music Meeting Festival. This London-based group operates on the intersection of soul and jazz
17:31 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
19:44 Oum - Music Meeting Festival 2018. Oum El-Ghait Benessahraoui, Yacir Rami, Damian Nueva Cortes & Camille Passeri [Music Meeting Festival, Nijmegen, Netherlands | 2018]
Oum - Music Meeting Festival 2018 - Oum El Ghait Benessahraoui, who is better known as Oum, gives a unique glance at ethnic Morrocan musical esthetics. The singer-songwriter is considered to be the ambassador of Morrocan culture, too. Deeply influenced by gospel, jazz, soul and R&B genres, today Oum mixes more and more African music genres, such as Sufi, Hassani, or Afrobeat. Yet, the singer’s voice still echoes the colours of Aretha Franklin, Ella Fitzgerald or Whitney Houston. It is the African American vocal tradition that made a huge impact on Oum since her early days as the singer. Performing from Music Meeting Festival in Nijmegen, The Netherlands, Oum charms the stage with an exotic sonic journey to the undiscovered lands of North Africa
21:00 Opera Imaginaire. Le Concert Spirituel, Hervé Niquet, Karine Deshayes & Katherine Watson [Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris | 2017]
Opera Imaginaire - To celebrate Le Concert Spirituel’s 30th anniversary, conductor Hervé Niquet collaborated with the Baroque Music Center of Versailles to build his opéra imaginaire. For this unique project, Le Concert Spirituel presents an original performance of unpublished operas by Lully, Rameau, Charpentier, and many other French baroque composers. You will find yourself captivated by a tearful lover, intrigued by the passage to the underworld, and fascinated by the descents of the Gods. The program includes many favorite passages, such as Lully’s Armide, Charpentier’s Medea, and Campra’s Carnaval de Venise. Experience all the magic of Louis XIV’s French opera as Le Concert Spirituel transforms the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées into a true French baroque scene
22:37 Altin Gün - BIRD, Rotterdam. Nic Mauskovic, Jasper Verhulst, Ben Rider & Merve Dasdemir [BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
Altin Gün - BIRD, Rotterdam - The group Altin Gün came to existence when bassist Jasper Verhulst made an inspiring journey to Turkey. After his show in Istanbul, he felt greatly attracted to the Turkish sound from the 1970s. With band members Ben Rider (guitar) and Nic Mauskovic (drums), he went looking for other Turkish musicians to join the band. Soon after, Merve Dasdemir (vocals) and Erdinc Yildiz Ecevit (vocals, saxophone, keys) joined the group. With the energetic Jungle by Night percussionist, Gino Groeneveld, the band was complete. During their 2018 show at BIRD Rotterdam, Altin Gün released their new album »On.” Enjoy a new interpretation of Turkish traditional music, with a unique blend of Turkish folk, psychedelics, funk and rock. The show guarantees to make you dance around the campfire!
23:32 Martina - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Martina Marana [Ó do Borogodó, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Martina - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is Martina Marana. Vocalist, instrumentalist, and composer Martina Marana uses the power of irony to show how women instrumentalists are misjudged. In her music, Martina breaks free of sexist labels, reclaiming her own power as musician and composer. A gifted lyricist, Marana makes uncompromising, unique music
00:37 Monty Alexander & Harlem Kingston… Monty Alexander, Harlem Kingston Express, Andy Bassford & Hassan Shakur [Philharmonie de Paris | 2017]
Monty Alexander & Harlem Kingston Express - With a career spanning five decades, jazz pianist Monty Alexander has played with the best of the best. An ambassador for Jamaican music, Alexander creates a unique blend of jazz and reggae with a group of exceptional American and Jamaican musicians called the »Harlem Kingston Express.” Together, they explore the two sides of Monty Alexander’s musical legacy: the jazz of Harlem and the reggae of Kingston. Many great jazz musicians, including Dizzy Gillespie, have called on Alexander’s exceptional sense of improvisation. Watch this 4K recording of his 2017 performance at Philharmonie de Paris, and you’ll understand why
01:54 Os Capoeira - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Ó do Borogodó, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021 Os Capoeira - Da Pá Virada Sessions
Os Capoeira - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is Os Capoeira. This ensemble practices the traditional Brazilian martial art from Bahia it is named after, combining elements of dance, acrobatics, and percussive music. Moreover, Os Capoeira runs a cultural center in São Paulo. Let yourself be inspired by Os Capoeira’s unique take on Brazilian culture!
03:00 Invisible World - WOMEX 2018. Kamil Slezák, Tomáš Liška, Nikola Zarić & Efe Turumtay [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Invisible World - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its participating bands, Invisible World, is based at the jazz crossroads where East European and Mediterranean influences merge and caper off in new directions. Led by Czech bassist Tomáš Liška, a prolific idea man of many projects, joined by Turkish violinist Efe Turumtay, Serbian accordionist Nikola Zarić and Moravian drummer Kamil Slezák
03:47 lovelytheband. Mitchy Collins, Sam Price & Jordan Greenwald [S.I.R. Los Angeles | 2019]
lovelytheband - Formed in West Hollywood in 2016, lovelytheband features former Oh Honey member Mitchy Collins along with guitarist Jordan Greenwald and drummer Sam Price. The band debuted in July 2017 with the Christian Medice-produced »Broken,” a sprightly and infectious single that quickly racked up over three million digital streams. Signing with Another Century Records, lovelytheband released their debut EP »Everything I Could” in September of that year and joined Vance Joy and AWOLNATION on tour. In April 2018, »Broken” was still going strong and hit number one on the Billboard Alternative Songs Airplay chart. That August, lovelytheband returned with their full-length debut album, Finding It Hard to Smile. Once again produced by longtime collaborator Christian Medice, the album included »Broken” as well as the single »These Are My Friends.” Enjoy their show in Los Angeles!
04:46 The Driver - Trabendo Paris. The Driver & Manu le Malin [Trabendo, Paris | 2017]
The Driver - Trabendo Paris - The Driver is especially known by his pseudonym Manu le Malin. Since the emergence of rave in France in the early 1990s, he has become a true icon of hardcore techno and underground. The Driver is renowned all over the world as one of the most important representatives of the underground scene, taking over major festivals and clubs. During his 2017 show at Trabendo Paris, this living legend presents a previously unreleased set. While the crowd goes wild, you’ll be blown away by powerful beats and a high-end visual show. Enjoy his unforgettable tribute to French electro!
05:53 Echoes Series - Episode 2. Beak, Nilüfer Yanya & King Krule [Yoyo, Palais de Tokyo Museum, Paris | 2020]
Echoes Series - Episode 2 - Echoes is a modern live music show hosted by Jehnny Beth (lead singer in the British band Savages). It presents leading and emerging bands and artists from the contemporary scene. The show takes place underneath the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, in the club of brutalist architecture, the »Yoyo.” The live sets are 30 minutes long and take place on a customized stage, creating closeness with the audience. Once the bands have performed, Jehnny Beth invites everyone to sit at her roundtable for a group conversation. The open discussions in every episode allow the audience to understand the rapport, artistic exchange, and intellectual debates that run through this eclectic musical universe. The intimate, immersive space lends to the atmosphere of the show. The artistic direction by Antoine Carlier follows a minimalist, refined and pure aesthetic, allowing the artists’ energy and emotions to take center stage. The artists featured in this episode are Beak, Nilufer Yanya, and King Krule
06:58 Altin Gün - BIRD, Rotterdam. Nic Mauskovic, Jasper Verhulst, Ben Rider & Merve Dasdemir [BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
Altin Gün - BIRD, Rotterdam - The group Altin Gün came to existence when bassist Jasper Verhulst made an inspiring journey to Turkey. After his show in Istanbul, he felt greatly attracted to the Turkish sound from the 1970s. With band members Ben Rider (guitar) and Nic Mauskovic (drums), he went looking for other Turkish musicians to join the band. Soon after, Merve Dasdemir (vocals) and Erdinc Yildiz Ecevit (vocals, saxophone, keys) joined the group. With the energetic Jungle by Night percussionist, Gino Groeneveld, the band was complete. During their 2018 show at BIRD Rotterdam, Altin Gün released their new album »On.” Enjoy a new interpretation of Turkish traditional music, with a unique blend of Turkish folk, psychedelics, funk and rock. The show guarantees to make you dance around the campfire!
07:53 Steve Vai. Steve Vai, Dave Weiner, Philip Bynoe & Jeremy Colson [Iridium Jazz Club, New York | 2017]
Steve Vai - The popular music performance series, Front and Center, which premiered nationwide on public television, in 2016, returns for Season 6. The series boasts 22, one-hour episodes and an all-star line-up. This episode features Steve Vai, the legendary guitarist who was voted the 10th Greatest Guitarist by Guitar World magazine, who treats fans to songs from his three-decade long career. As an independent guitarist he has won three Grammy Awards. Vai’s solo sophomore release, Passion and Warfare, has earned gold certification in the US. At Front and Center he sits down and discusses his early interest in composing music and playing guitar as well as the many fortunes of his career
09:00 At L’Aéronef Lille 2017. Beth Ditto [L’Aéronef, Lille | 2017]
At L’Aéronef Lille 2017 - Gossip fans, rejoice: Beth Ditto makes a big comeback! With her new album, the fiery singer launches into a solo career. With the boundless energy, undeniable humor, and legendary generosity that characterize her, the American phenomenon presents brand-new songs. Beth Ditto is more than a singer: she is an inescapable figure of the world’s pop culture. As the lead singer of indie rock band Gossip (1999-2016), this young woman pulled off spectacular stage performances and gave hilarious interviews, greatly contributing to her sympathy capital. Her 2017 album mixes blues, pop, country, and rock, paying tribute to her native Arkansas in twelve eclectic and unifying pieces. Experience Beth Ditto as never before in this appearance at L’Aéronef Lille 2017!
10:18 House of the Gipsies - Sing Jazz 2018. Cedric Leonardi, Tony Jean Reyes, Kakou Reyes & Manjoor Khan Dholak [Sing Jazz, Singapore | 2018]
House of the Gipsies - Sing Jazz 2018 - Since the Gypsy Kings made their triumphal debut on the music scene with their wild Spanish rumba four decades ago, no band has dared to follow in their footsteps … until now! House of the Gipsies updates the raw rhythms of nomadic tribes in Rajasthan, India, collaborating with Manganiyar musicians Manjoor, Nehru and Dilawar Khan. The result is a unique sound that can be described as Indo-Gypsy fusion, which is part of the evolution of the Spanish rumba. Do not miss this eclectic performance sure to please music lovers of all generations, presented at the 2018 Sing Jazz Festival
11:06 Giana Viscardi - New Year’s Eve Special. Giana Viscardi & Gustavo Marques [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Giana Viscardi - New Year’s Eve Special - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is the duo of Giana Viscardi and Gustavo Marques. After starting their career together, Giana Viscardi and Gustavo Marques released music in many places around the world. After returning to Brazil, they worked together on Giana’s album «ORUM», performing in Africa, Europe, and Brazil. In this New Year’s Eve special, presented by Da Pá Virada Sessions and Stingray, Giana Viscardi and Gustavo Marques perform conductor and arranger Letieres Leite’s arrangements of their work with Orchestra Rumpilezz. Enjoy their fantastic Afro-Brazilian jazz, which combines the best of various continents
11:58 Atys en Folie. Jean-Philippe Desrousseaux, Alain Buet, Marie Lenormand & Arnaud Marzorati [Teatru Manoel, Malta | 2017]
Atys en Folie - Atys en folie is a parody of Jean-Baptiste Lully’s lyrical tragedy Atys (1676). Atys, Lully’s most famous opera, was a constant subject of parody throughout the 18th century. Stage director Jean-Philippe Desrousseaux drew on several parodies to create this original production for singers, puppets, and musicians to revive the work. Princes, princesses, and kings are relegated to peasants, market gardeners, and fishmongers in the countryside. Among the performers are Alain Buet, Marie Lenormand, and Arnaud Marzorati. Gaëlle Trimardeau, Bruno Coulon and Jean-Philippe Desrousseaux feature as puppeteers. The music is performed by ensemble La Clique des Lunaisiens, conducted by Arnaud Marzorati. This performance was recorded at Teatru Manoel in Valletta, Malta, in 2017
13:34 City Beats - Episode 3 - Berlin. Carly Foxx [Berlin | 2019]
City Beats - Episode 3 - Berlin - DJ-producer Carly Foxx is on a musical journey, immersing herself in the life of five iconic European cities to find inspiration for a series of new tracks. In this episode, Carly Foxx journeys to Berlin, one of the world’s undisputed techno capitals, and discovers the sound of freedom buried in its history. She starts her journey at the heart of the city: Alexanderplatz. Passersby tell her the music scene is very alternative, and there is a big techno scene, which is why Carly decides to meet up with techno producer Mijk van Dijk. Inspired by his interview, she records some sounds that characterize the city. Carly also records a vocalist and adds the sound of a classic ‘80s synthesizer: the 303. She finalizes her mix in the studio and presents it to a wild Berlin audience in the club
14:15 Classical:NEXT 2019 - reConvert Project. Lorenzo Colombo & Roberto Maqueda [De Doelen, Rotterdam | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - reConvert Project - The concept of percussion has been altered significantly by the evolution of the instrument. The methods of the innovative reConvert Project are unique and dedicated to changing the face of the percussionist world, by working actively with composers such as Georges Aperghis, Simon Steen Andersen, Michael Maierhof and Jorge Sánchez-Chiong and premiering over a dozen works written to help train emerging young composers. The reConvert philosophy is based on the re-examination of the aesthetic use of percussion instruments, where musical discourse is analysed and adapted to their creative needs. With numerous works using unconventional instruments and staging, a whole new experience is created for the listener. The reConvert project has performed in Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Austria, UK, Japan, Cuba, the US, Argentina and offered workshops in Buenos Aires, Havana, Spain, New York and London (Royal College of Music). In this performance from the 2019 edition of Classical:NEXT!, musicians Lorenzo Colombo (electronics and percussion) and Roberto Maqueda (electronics and percussion) interpret the works «Fernando Manassero» and «Amoeba»
15:05 The Amazing Keystone Big Band - «We… The Amazing Keystone Big Band [Salle Pleyel, Paris, France | 2019]
The Amazing Keystone Big Band - «We Love Ella» - The Amazing Keystone Big Band performs material from their album »We Love Ella” at this 2019 recording from Salle Pleyel in Paris, France. Led by trombonist Bastien Ballaz, saxophonist Jon Boutellier, pianist Fred Nardin and trumpeter David Enhco, The Amazing Keystone Big Band helps young and adult audiences all over the world discover jazz in all its guises. «We Love Ella» is a reinvention of legendary vocalist Ella Fitzgerald’s greatest successes
16:01 Echoes Series - Episode 5. Jane Birkin, Leonie Pernet & Rone [Yoyo, Palais de Tokyo, Paris | 2021]
Echoes Series - Episode 5 - Echoes is a modern live music show hosted by Jehnny Beth (lead singer in the British band Savages). It presents leading and emerging bands and artists from the contemporary scene. The show takes place underneath the Palais de Tokyo museum in Paris, in the club of brutalist architecture, the »Yoyo.” The live sets are 30 minutes long and take place on a customized stage, creating closeness with the audience. Once the bands have performed, Jehnny Beth invites everyone to sit at her roundtable for a group conversation. The open discussions in every episode allow the audience to understand the rapport, artistic exchange, and intellectual debates that run through this eclectic musical universe. The intimate, immersive space lends to the atmosphere of the show. The artistic direction by Antoine Carlier follows a minimalist, refined and pure aesthetic, allowing the artists’ energy and emotions to take center stage. The artists featured in this episode are Jane Birkin, Leonie Pernet, and Rone
17:03 Lucky Chops - Live at BIRD. Joshua Gawel, Daro Behroozi, Josh Holcomb & Harry Phillips [BIRD, Rotterdam, Netherlands | 2018]
Lucky Chops - Live at BIRD - The NYC band Lucky Chops rose to fame when a video of their performance at a subway station went viral on YouTube in 2015. Since then, the energetic quintet has been entertaining audiences all over the world. The band was formed in 2006, when trumpeter Joshua Gawel, saxophonist Daro Behroozi, trombonist Josh Holcomb, tubist Raphael Buyo, and drummer Charles Sams, met during their education at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. Besides touring globally, Lucky Chops also aspires to inspire new generations of musicians by regularly performing at clinics and educational outreaches. In August 2018, they performed their high-energy brassy funk at BIRD, in Rotterdam
18:30 Mn’JAM Experiment: Live with a Boom. Melissa Oliveira, JAM, José Carlos Barbosa & Virxilio da Silva [Boom Studios, Vila Nova de Gaia | 2015]
Mn’JAM Experiment: Live with a Boom - Imagine that visual arts and music are no longer two separate fields; that musicians no longer focus on their instruments only, but also on the visuals of their performance. Such is the premise of Mn’JAM Experiment! Zoom in on their music and you’ll find a mix between empirical and rationally constructed elements; between acoustic, electric and electronic instruments; urban rhythms and traditional melodies, vocal loops and guitar solos, turntables and acoustic drums. Zoom in on the visuals of the performance -they are analogously a product of pre-composed material and live manipulation, mostly carried out by the guy behind the turntables. Zoom out, and discover that music and visuals form a unit - this project is shaping the future of performances when it comes to roles and possibilities within musical settings. Mn’JAM is literally breaking new ground in jazz
19:19 Rodriguez & Martinez - Jazz sous les… Alfredo Rodriguez & Pedrito Martínez [Jazz sous les Pommiers, Coutances, France | 2019]
Rodriguez & Martinez - Jazz sous les Pommiers - Pianist Alfredo Rodriguez and percussionist Pedrito Martinez, both from Cuba, play an unforgettable Latin jazz performance at the 2019 edition of festival Jazz sous les Pommiers in Coutances, France. Although both musicians are originally from Havana, Cuba, their music careers are blooming in the USA. The duo’s debut album ’Duologue’ was produced by legendary producer Quincy Jones and saw its release in 2019. Their Jazz sous les Pommiers concert features original compositions alongside Yoruba pieces in honor of the African diaspora to Cuba. Moreover, the duo plays an unexpected interpretation of the Super Mario theme during this varied performance
20:38 The Entrepeneurs - Songbook. The Entrepreneurs [De Graanfabriek, Groningen | 2018]
The Entrepeneurs - Songbook - »I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features an intimate performance of The Entrepreneurs’ lead vocalist Mathias Bertelsen. Complete with guitarist Anders Hvass and drummer Jonas Wetterslev, the Copenhagen-based trio creates a unique modern sound, blending elements of noise, punk, grunge and post-rock. After the 2016 release of Tony Rominger, the band’s debut album Noise & Romance, released in February 2019, received critical acclaim for a sound true to title
21:00 Liam Gallagher. Liam Gallagher, Michael Moore, Jason Mehler & Christian Madden [McKittrick Hotel, New York City | 2017]
Liam Gallagher - After leading iconic British rock band Oasis for nearly two decades, Manchester-born singer Liam Gallagher launched his solo career in 2016. He played his first ever U.S. solo show on July 28th of 2017 at Manhattan’s McKittrick Hotel in New York City. The rather small venue is known to host the immersive theater experience «Sleep No More», and its limited capacities made for an intense and intimate concert experience. In a 75-minute long show featuring thirteen songs, Gallagher performed tracks of his 2017 debut album As You Were, next to a list of Oasis fan favorites. Shot in phenomenally sharp 4K, this recording offers viewers the unique opportunity to become part of the audience of this secret session
22:00 Mariana Aydar - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Mariana Aydar, Cosme Vieira & Feeh Silva [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2020]
Mariana Aydar - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this episode is vocalist Mariana Aydar, who masters the música popular brasileira repertoire (MPB) like no other. She was born in a family of musicians, and has been dubbed the «hottest singer of the moment» by Veja, one of Brazil’s leading newsmagazines. For her performance at Da Pá Virada Sessions, Aydar (vocals and triangle) is joined by Cosme Vieira (accordion) and Feeh Silva (zabumba)
23:02 Roger Sanchez. Roger Sanchez [Pacha Festival, Bali | 2017]
Roger Sanchez - Self-made man and true legend of house music, Roger Sanchez perfectly embodies the spirit of Pacha Festival Bali. Sanchez had a humble debut in New York, but the days when he was spinning vinyls for his friends in Queens living rooms are far behind him. Today, he is the headliner of major festivals around the globe, and resident DJ of clubs in Ibiza’s sights, such as the Pacha Club. With this DJ set at Pacha Festival, Sanchez brings some of the magic of Ibiza to the beaches of Bali. Expect lots of energy, breathtaking lights, and even fireworks!
00:01 China Moses: ’Whatever’ at Jazz à… China Moses, Joe Armon Jones & Luke Wynter [Jazz à Ramatuelle, France | 2016]
China Moses: ’Whatever’ at Jazz à Ramatuelle - In 1988, Dee Dee Bridgewater was one of the first great jazz singers to perform at the Jazz Festival in Ramatuelle. In 2016, the story seems to repeat itself as her daughter China Moses took the stage at Ramatuelle. Over the years, China Moses has become a mature performer with a unique style: rocky voice, sharp sense of swing, and intense/energetic stage presence. After signing compilations dedicated to Dinah Washington and blues, Moses released in 2016 an album of his own compositions, entitled «Whatever». Get ready for a most entertaining performance combining jazz, soul, and hip-hop
01:34 Rocky Mountain Way. The Lumineers, Joe Walsh, Garth Brooks & Amy Grant [Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Colorado | 2017]
Rocky Mountain Way - The Colorado Music Hall of Fame hosted a concert for the induction of rock ‘n’ roll legends Joe Walsh and the late Dan Fogelberg, along with the honoring of the famed Caribou Ranch recording studio near Nederland, Colorado, where Walsh and Fogelberg both recorded some of their best work. The concert, dubbed »The Rocky Mountain Way,” took place on Sunday, August 13, 2017, at Fiddler’s Green. It featured performances from an all-star list of musicians including The Lumineers, Garth Brooks, Amy Grant & Vince Gill, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Richie Furay, Randy Owen of Alabama, Todd Park Mohr, Michael Martin Murphey, and surprise guests paying tribute to Dan Fogelberg and Caribou Ranch. Joe Walsh reunited his Caribou recording band Barnstorm for the performance. This show - which, after being announced, sold out 18,000 seats in three days - is an absolute must-see!
03:00 Chaka Khan. Chaka Khan [Harris Theatre, Chicago | 2019]
Chaka Khan - Chaka Khan, also known as the »Queen of Funk,” has sold about 70 million records worldwide in her nearly five-decade-long career. This unique singer masters many musical genres, including R&B, pop, rock, gospel, country, international music, and classical music. For this concert, the 10-times Grammy Award-winning artist returns to her hometown, where she gives the performance of a lifetime to an appreciative audience. With her nine-piece band and three backing vocalists, she performs a smashing selection of her greatest hits, including «I’m Every Woman,» «Ain’t Nobody,» and «Tell Me Something Good. « Join this world-famous superstar in this concert recorded at the Harris Theatre in Chicago, filmed in spectacular 4K
04:20 Ladama - WOMEX 2018. Sara Lucas, Daniela Serna, Maria Fernanda Gonzalez & Lara Klaus [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Ladama - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Ladama, is a quintet of women multi-instrumentalists from Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia and the United States who not only perform as a touring band, but also strive to engage youth in their respective communities in the process of musicmaking, composition and audio production through collaboration and performance workshops. Ladama is a positive force in times urgently in need of tolerance and communication
05:08 Nile Rodgers. Nile Rodgers, Sisters Sledge, Kimberly Davis & Russell Graham [The McKittrick Hotel, New York City | 2017]
Nile Rodgers - The popular music performance series Front and Center premiered nationwide on public television in 2016, and now returns for Season 6. The series boasts 22, one-hour episodes and an all-star line-up. This episode features Nile Rodgers. He started his musical career by the end of the ‘60s. A decade later, he scored a hit with Chic’s debut single »Dance Dance Dance,” followed by »Le Freak” from the second album C’est Chic. At Front and Center, Nile Rodgers performs his most well-known songs such as »Get Lucky” and »We Are Family.” In between the songs, Nile Rodgers shares personal stories about his dreams and how they have come true. Enjoy this intimate Front and Center show!
06:06 Banda Magda: live at BIRD Rotterdam. Magda Giannikou, Andres Rotmistrovsky, Marcelo Woloski & Ignacio Hernande [BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2017]
Banda Magda: live at BIRD Rotterdam - An irresistible live act, Banda Magda is full of humour, unflagging energy, and quirky sensibility. A tight-knit group of musicians, they turn the songs of Greek-born founder, singer, and composer Magda Giannikou into engaging gems that have taken the band to legendary venues like Carnegie Hall and, for this performance, BIRD Rotterdam. Banda Magda moves from samba to French chanson, Greek folk music to Colombian cumbia and Afro-Peruvian landó. Their songs capture the best of mid-century ballads and cinematic arrangements, drawing from the band’s global background and unrestrained musicality. A joy to experience, Banda Magda makes music for a new generation that’s been inspired by ones before
07:38 Lifschitz & Davidson. Sonya Lifschitz & Robert Davidson [De Doelen, Rotterdam | 2019]
Lifschitz & Davidson - Sonya Lifschitz is a pianist working across many contexts, with repertoire spanning from 15th century Faenza Codex to works written for her today. She is known for her fiercely imaginative, daring collaborations across film, animation, spoken word, visual and performance art. Robert Davidson has been making music from language since childhood. He has created music from the voices of Australia’s prime ministers, from 100 years of radio broadcasts and from stories of asylum seekers and indigenous members of Australia’s Stolen Generations. This performance is recorded during Classical:NEXT 2019 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
08:10 Classical:NEXT 2019 - Jeditah. Jeditah van der Meulen, Brendan Jan Walsh & Jordy Pama [De Doelen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - Jeditah - Jeditah is an experimental songwriter, producer and singer from Amsterdam. She works with Brendan Jan Walsh on cello and Jordy Pama on synths and electronics. From an early age on, Jeditah has been immersed in the world of music, travelling with her parents as a music collective. She finds inspiration in the works of acclaimed artists like Björk, James Blake, Laurie Anderson and PJ Harvey. When she began experimenting with making her own music, she first only utilized her own voice, lowering and altering it, and eventually adding electronic beats and synths. With Electric AlleyCat, Jeditah has established her position as a singer and songwriter. In between performing and recording with the band, she creates layered soundscapes from old recordings and homemade samples. It’s here where she develops her very own sound: playful, melancholic and adventurous - music that speaks to the imagination of the listener. In this concert from 2019’s Classical:NEXT!, she performs «Horseman» «You & Me, «Lay Down», «The Night», «Differently» and «Private Space»
09:00 Lee Ranaldo. Lee Ranaldo, Raül Refree, Booker Stardrum & Alan Licht [L’Épicerie moderne, Feyzin | 2018]
Lee Ranaldo - After being one of the pillars of Sonic Youth, Lee Ranaldo released the solo album Electric Trim. The album was recorded in Barcelona and New York, with a dream-team including producer Raul Refree Fernandez, singer Sharon Van Etten, and guitarist/composer Nels Cline. To top it off, Lee Ranaldo collaborated with New York author Jonathan Lethem for the lyrics of most of the album’s songs. Enjoy this special occasion and watch the 4K recording of Electric Trim at the French theatre L’Epicerie Moderne in 2018. This free-minded musician will surprise you with a unique blend of psychedelic music and folk rock!
10:30 Paulo Novaes - New Year’s Eve Special. Paulo Novaes [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Paulo Novaes - New Year’s Eve Special - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is Paulo Novaes. Coming from a family of musicians, Paulo Novaes has already lived through a lifetime of music in spite of his young age. Paulo is the cousin of singer Bruna Caram, with whom he performed in São Paulo, Madrid, Barcelona, Lisbon, and other major cities. As a singer, composer, and instrumentalist, his creativity is enjoyed in many forms. With three albums out and his song ’Perdoa’ reaching over 20 million streams on Spotify, he steps into the spotlights time and time again. Now Da Pá Virada Sessions and Stingray present Paulo Novaes in this New Year’s Eve special, which was recorded in Paulo’s native city of São Paulo
11:29 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
13:42 Rooted With Wings. Tero Saarinen [Finland, France, South Korea, Kenya, USA | 2018]
Rooted With Wings - Rooted with Wings is a visual dance documentary that explores the work of internationally acclaimed choreographer and dancer Tero Saarinen, granting the viewer a unique lens into this extraordinary artist’s creative process. The film brings to light how Saarinen’s dance works evolve from an idea or concept into a finished performance and features stunningly captured dance sequences and behind-the-scenes material from around the globe. The film follows Saarinen over five years, from 2014 to 2018, through several premieres of new works and tours in Finland, France, Korea, Kenya, and the US, while bringing to light his approach to his life as a global nomad in dance
15:02 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
17:17 Runtown - La Machine de Moulin Rouge. Runtown [La Machine du Moulin Rouge, Paris, France | 2019]
Runtown - La Machine de Moulin Rouge - Enjoy Runtown’s first concert in Paris, where the Nigerian superstar brings many guests to his show. One of the most talented Nigerian afrobeat scenes will make you rediscover his greatest hits. Nigeria is a very creative country when it comes to the music scene. Runtown is no exception. His first single, »Party Like It’s 1980,” paved the way for »Gallardo,” which caught the entire international scene’s attention. Runtown’s inspiration comes from the greats, from Salif Keita and Fela Kuti to Otis Redding and Bob Marley. An exceptional event not to be missed
18:18 Richie Hawtin at Family Piknik 2017. Richie Hawtin [Family Piknik, Montpellier, France | 2017]
Richie Hawtin at Family Piknik 2017 - Born in Britain and raised in Canada, Richie Hawtin is one of the biggest names in today’s electro minimal and is one of the instigators of electro house. Hawtin, who rightly calls himself an artist, is always looking for new concepts and ways to push technological boundaries. Let yourself be carried away by the unique and dancing techno rhythms of this innovative DJ with this highly creative set delivered as part of the 2017 edition of the Family Piknik festival
19:20 Lalah Hathaway - Sing Jazz 2018. Lalah Hathaway [Sing Jazz, Singapore | 2018]
Lalah Hathaway - Sing Jazz 2018 - Winner of five Grammys in four consecutive years, including the Grammy for best R&B album in 2017, Lalah Hathaway is a force impossible to ignore. The American artist has shared the scene with Prince, Snoop Dogg, Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Mary J. Blige, Frank Ocean and many others, an irrefutable proof of her keen musical sense and enormous talent. With a 26-year career, Hathaway is still highly sought after by the biggest names in music. See her transform the 2018 Sing Jazz festival scene into a real R&B club, where she flaunts her voice and stage presence out of the ordinary
20:34 Songbook - Belle MT. Belle MT [De Biotoop, Groningen | 2018]
Songbook - Belle MT - »I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook features London-based alt-pop ensemble Belle Mt. The 3-piece project, formed by Matt Belmont (guitar & lead vocals), Ben Worsley (guitar & backing vocals) and Chris Burgess (drums & backing vocals), is characterized by its captivating cinematic soundscapes and poetic lyrics. Belle Mt first saw the light of day as songwriter and lead-vocalist Matt Belmont withdrew from the crowds of London to focus on songwriting in the solitude of the French alps for two years, between 2017 and 2016. Today, Bell Mt’s productions and lavishly layered sounds move international audiences of festivals such as Popfest Dusseldorf and British Summertime Hyde Park
21:00 Imagine Dragons. Imagine Dragons [Audience Music | 2018]
Imagine Dragons - Enjoy groundbreaking concerts, in-depth artist interviews, and unique stories with host Ted Stryker. This concert series gives the audience an intimate view of music’s most influential artists today. Shot in 4K, host Ted Stryker interviews musicians across all genres, creating one of the most unique music shows on TV today. This episode features the multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning band Imagine Dragons. They bring their passionately inventive alt-rock sound to a special, one-hour concert, just one month after releasing their hit song «Natural. « »Living in a dog-eat-dog world can bring out the worst in you, and sometimes, the best,» says the band’s singer Dan Reynolds. »’Natural’ is about finding yourself and being willing and able to stand up to whatever adversity comes your way. « Make sure to catch Imagine Dragons right after their Evolve World Tour. Enjoy their show at Audience Music 2018!
21:33 Filo Machado - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Filo Machado [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021]
Filo Machado - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is Filo Machado. Born in São Paulo, this singer, composer, instrumentalist, arranger, and producer has celebrated many musical successes. Filo Machado took part in saxophonist Jane Bunnett’s Canadian tour with her spectacular project ’Rendez-Vous Brazil/Cuba’. He has appeared at the jazz festivals of Córsega and Uzeste and opened for the one and only Nina Simone in Cannes. In this episode presented by Da Pá Virada Sessions and Stingray, Machado performs his uniquely sparkling take on Latin jazz
22:33 STUFF. live at BIRD Rotterdam. Andrew Claes, Dries Laheye, Lander Gyselinck & Joris Caluwaerts [BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2017]
STUFF. live at BIRD Rotterdam - Rotterdam’s BIRD is a club, café, and restaurant with a live music program that’s deeply rooted in jazz, soul, funk, hip-hop, and electronic. Its name BIRD refers to the nickname of legendary New York jazz saxophonist, bebop co-founder Charlie Parker. BIRD serves Neapolitan pizzas, fine wines, no-nonsense beers, and an all-round metropolitan rawness. Since 2014, this urban jazz club and DJAZZ.tv have been collaborating for a series of music programs: BIRD.tv, allowing you to experience the best BIRD concerts and interviews as from a first-row seat! Discover an irresistible live act; STUFF is full of unflagging energy. The Belgian band was founded in 2012 when drummer Lander Gyselinck was asked to play live music between DJ sets at a local bar. He gathered a bunch of friends, who also were musicians. The band could be considered an avant-garde jazz band who play a mix of funk, hip-hop, and electro. Andrew Claes (saxophone), Dries Laheye (bass guitar), Lander Gyselinck (drums), Mixmonster Menno (samples), and Joris Caluwaerts (keyboards) share an exceptional connection in music. They take over every stage and melt the hearts of music lovers
23:47 BIGYUKI - BIRD 2019. BIGYUKI, Randy Runyon & Smithsoneon [BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2019]
BIGYUKI - BIRD 2019 - BIGYUKI’s is New York City’s secret musical weapon! His unprecedented sound has attracted the attention of many, including Grammy Award-winning and nominated artists such as Q-Tip, Bilal, Talib Kweli, Harvey Mason, Marcus Strickland, Mark Giuliana, and Meshell Ndegeocello. BIGYUKI’s music offers a soulful exploration into the wondrous soundscapes of his infinitely virtuosic mind. Infusing elements of jazz, classical music, hip-hop, soul, rock, dance, and electronica, BIGYUKI reaches a new and inspiring level, with support from guitarist Randy Runyon and drummer Smithsoneon. It is hard to believe that just three musicians can create a sound this massive
00:55 Jesse Cook - Follow the Road. Jesse Cook, Nicolas Hernandez, Dennis Mohammed & Chris Church [Canada | 2018]
Jesse Cook - Follow the Road - Celebrated guitarist, composer, and music producer Jesse Cook has been delivering unforgettable concert experiences to audiences across the globe for over 25 years. As far as he has ventured, Jesse has always been fascinated with the mystique of the road that first led him out of Toronto. In his directorial debut, Cook shows us a concert from a rarely seen perspective: the musician’s. Born to film director parents, guitarist Jesse Cook taps into this pedigree, and self-directed this story, his fifth Concert Special. The result is »Follow the Road.” Captured in 4K, during his 31-city cross-Canada tour, we follow the band down the TransCanada Highway, against a backdrop of majestic mountains and stunning natural beauty, as they traverse the scenic splendor of the second largest country in the world
01:59 Kim So Ra - WOMEX 2018. Kim So Ra, Hyun Seung Hun, Lim Ji Hye & Lee Hye Joong [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Kim So Ra - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Korean percussionist Kim So Ra, has played the hourglass-shaped, two-headed drum known as janggu since she was a child. Quietly, she has been taking revolutionary steps to modernize perceptions within traditional Korean music
03:00 Johnny Marr at Rock en Seine 2019. Johnny Marr [Rock en Seine, Paris | 2019]
Johnny Marr at Rock en Seine 2019 - English musician, songwriter, and singer Johnny Marr has enjoyed an exemplary career since his former band The Smiths split up in 1987. His distinctive guitar sound has been part of such varied groups as The Pretenders, The Cribs, Modest Mouse, and Electronic, the group he co-founded with Bernard Sumner of New Order. Now a living legend, Johnny Marr showcases his incredible singer-songwriter talents on each new album. His recent, hit-packed release Call The Comet (2018) gave us »The Tracers” and »Hi Hello,” and his live performances - which usually include some songs from his days with The Smiths - always hit the mark. Enjoy this 2019 show recorded at Rock en Seine in Paris!
04:03 Mysteryland. Afrojack, Galantis, Sam Feldt & Lost Frequencies [Mysteryland, The Netherlands | 2016]
Mysteryland - With Afrojack, Galantis, Sam Feldt, Lost Frequencies, and many more, the sold-out, two-day event had over 60,000 fans. Mysteryland dates back to 1993 and is now the world’s longest-running electronic music, culture, and art festival in the world. The first international edition of Mysteryland was held in Chile in 2011. In May 2014, Mysteryland made its stateside debut at the site of the legendary 1969 Woodstock Festival
05:05 Incognito - Sing Jazz 2018. Incognito [Sing Jazz, Singapore | 2018]
Incognito - Sing Jazz 2018 - An acid jazz project rooted in the 1970s jazz/funk/soul world, Incognito was originally formed by Jean-Paul «Bluey» Maunick and Paul «Tubbs» Williams. Both were original members of the late 1970s disco/funk group Light of the World. They decided to take a couple of their jams into the studio and debuted with the single Parisienne Girl. Decades later, Incognito’s cover of Boz Scaggs’ classic Lowdown with Chaka Khan and Mario Biondi saw the band’s international status grow more and more popular. At Sing Jazz 2018, Incognito takes a fresh direction on classic musical themes, giving their fans an unforgettable live show!
06:30 Lucibela - WOMEX 2018. Ivan Gomes & Lucibela Freitas Dos Santos [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Lucibela - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Lucibela, comes from the island of São Nicolau. Her assured, warm voice is shaped by years of assimilation to the sounds of morna and coladeira
07:19 Bad Company: Live from Red Rocks. Paul Rodgers, Mick Ralphs, Simon Kirke & Howard Leese [Red Rocks Amphitheater, Colorado | 2016]
Bad Company: Live from Red Rocks - Soundstage, an innovative and prestigious program, achieved widespread critical acclaim while featuring artists that defined the era. On May 15, 2016, at Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, Soundstage captured the legendary classic rock band Bad Company delivering their biggest hits. The band consists of bassist Boz Burrell, guitarist Mick Ralphs, singer Paul Rodgers, and drummer Simon Kirke. The setlist contains their greatest songs, such as »Live for the Music,” »Ready for Love,” »Can’t Get Enough” and »Rock Steady.”
08:35 Cold Storage. Valtteri Raekallio [Helsinki, Finland | 2016]
Cold Storage - The Finnish dancer and film maker Thomas Freundlich created ‘Cold Storage’, a short dance film that pays homage to the virtuosic physical performances and melancholy comedy of the classic silent screen. As a lonely ice fisherman discovers his frozen prehistoric soul brother in the ice, multiple levels of time and reality blend together into a cinematic and kinetic exploration of alienation, dependency and friendship. In this choreography by Valtteri Raekallio, Eero Vesterinen and Valtteri Raekallio dance to the music of the internationally renowned avant-garde accordionist Kimmo Pohjonen
09:00 Live aux Vieilles Charrues. Christine and the Queens [Les Vieilles Charrues, Carhaix | 2019]
Live aux Vieilles Charrues - French singer Héloïse Létissier, aka Christine and the Queens, originates from Nantes, France. Her debut album Chaleur Humaine earned her a Victories of Music award in 2015, paving the way for future success. A versatile artist skilled in music and dance, she surrounds herself with the best. Among others, she collaborated with dancer and choreographer Marion Motin, who accompanied Madonna. In 2018, Christine and the Queens shortened her name to Chris and hit the international scene with a self-titled album. Her artistic work opens up a new perspective on femininity and masculinity, a hot topic today. In this concert, she inspires her audience at Les Vieilles Charrues in Carhaix, France, to dance all night long
10:14 BIRD. BIRD, Rotterdam, The Netherlands | 2022 BIRD
BIRD - Five promising musicians get together in Rotterdam jazz club BIRD’s artists-in-residence project »The Nest”. In this first broadcast we get to know Lisette Ma Neza (slam poet), Peter Somuah (trumpet), Michelle Samba (drums), Huy Le (bass), and Brenn Luiten (piano). Over the course of seven sessions, they exchange ideas, work on their projects, and play music together. Following this period, during which record producer Jameszoo and music manager Jochem Tromp offer their coaching experience, BIRD and North Sea Jazz Festival’s fringe festival DownTown organize a tryout performance. Enjoy this unique collaboration of upcoming musicians!
10:59 The Bloody Beetroots. The Bloody Beetroots [Nameless Music Festival | 2019]
The Bloody Beetroots - The Bloody Beetroots is the creation of Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo. Inspired by his lifelong love of punk rock and comic books, Rifo unleashed The Bloody Beetroots in late 2006 and has since crafted an intense sound that mixes his classical training, his punk rock obsession, and his passion for electronic music into an edgy rock-meets-dance hybrid sound. In 2019, The Bloody Beetroots released the Heavy EP, which sees Rifo revisiting his classic electro style and features collaborations with Ephwurd and Dr. Fresch, in addition to three new solo originals. Enjoy his show at Nameless Music Festival 2019!
11:58 Hugh Coltman - Jazz à Ramatuelle. Hugh Coltman, Frédéric Couderc, Jérôme Etcheberry & Jerry Edwards [Jazz à Ramatuelle, France | 2018]
Hugh Coltman - Jazz à Ramatuelle - Hugh Coltman started at blues-rock band The Hoax, after which he moved to Paris, where he released two albums in the folk and pop genres. Soon he got drawn into the jazz scene and recorded a tribute to Nat King Cole. For his album »Who’s Happy?” he travelled to New Orleans. Since then, »Who’s Happy?” is no longer a big question in life, but also a big question in music. At Jazz à Ramatuelle, we witness why this amazing singer was elected »La voix de l’année’ at Les Victoires du Jazz 2017. With his songs, he displays his warm voice full of emotions and melancholy. He’s supported by Frédéric Couderc (clarinet and bariton), Jérôme Etcheberry (trumpet), Jerry Edwards (trombone), Didier Havet (sousaphone), Freddy Koella (guitar), Gael Rakotondrabe (piano), and Raphael Chassin (drums)
13:35 Nelida Karr - WOMEX 2018. Nelida Karr & Elvis Bob [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Nelida Karr - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. In 2018, WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Nelida Karr, sings and plays guitar, piano, cello and percussion. She writes songs suffused with the many influences she assimilated growing up in Malabo in Africa’s only Spanish-speaking country, Equatorial Guinea. The result is an eclectic mix that she nevertheless incorporates into a sound all her own
14:16 Classical:NEXT 2019 - Close Call. Arthur Wagenaar [De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - Close Call - In Close Call your smartphone is a musical instrument. And you are not just an audience member, but a musician in a crazy band with three drummers! Arthur Wagenaar is a Dutch composer and musician. He has a deep love for rock bands, theatre, opera and classical music, and his music is usually a mixture of all of this. He also loves to invent his own instruments, mechanical or electronic, such as the »rampaphone,” a string instrument nine meters in length, the »kleurwerper,” played by juggling, and of course the Close Call Live app. In this performance from Classical:NEXT! in Rotterdam, he is supported by Joep Hendrickx, Tjalling Schrik, Marijn Korff de Gidts, Boy van Ooijen, Dodó Kis, Sarah Jeffery, Lotte Pen, Matthias Konrad, and Axel Schappert
15:02 Matthew Dear. Matthew Dear [Trabendo, Paris | 2019]
Matthew Dear - Matthew Dear is a shapeshifter, oscillating seamlessly between DJ, dance-music producer, and experimental pop auteur. He writes, produces, and mixes all of his work. He maintains four aliases (Audion, False, Jabberjaw, and Matthew Dear), each with its own style and distinct visual identity. He straddles multiple musical worlds and belongs to none, now nearly 20 years into his kaleidoscopic career, with five albums and two dozen EPs plus millions of miles in the rearview of his biography. Bunny, his fifth full-length released October 2018, parades down a rabbit hole of unhinged phrasings, dreams, and interludes. Bunny further confirms that Matthew Dear occupies a rarified corner of the musical universe: no longer tethered to any one genre, respected by his peers, and blessed with a bottomless well of creative energy. Enjoy his 2019 show at Trabendo Paris!
16:06 Sheryl Crow. Sheryl Crow, Peter Stroud, Fred Eltringham & Audley Freed [Iridium, New York City | 2017]
Sheryl Crow - Missouri-born country mega-star Sheryl Crow celebrates her return to the stage in an intimate performance at New York City’s Iridium. Having sold over million copies of her ten studio albums worldwide over the course of her over three decade-long career, Sheryl Crow has long-established a status of one of America’s most successful musicians. With a warm sound made up of elements of country, pop, rock and Americana, Crow has received nine GRAMMY-awards and over thirty nominations
17:02 Meute. Marco Möller, Timon Fenner, Nando Schäfer & André Wittmann [Trianon, Paris | 2019]
Meute - When the bass sounds and the confetti explodes, there is no doubt that Meute is a different kind of band. The band creates a whole new genre by mixing fanfare music with hypnotic techno. Meute liberates electronic music of the classic model of the DJ console. This group breaks the codes by provoking a real interaction with the audience, who will be unable to do anything but stomp their feet. This brass and percussion ensemble revolutionizes techno music while ultimately bringing it back to its roots. The eleven musicians in their iconic red jackets have already taken over the biggest festivals in Europe! Watch them on Festival 4K with their show at Trianon Paris, 2019
18:41 Pacha Festival. Fedde Le Grand [Pacha Festival, Bali | 2017]
Pacha Festival - Fedde Le Grand is considered one of the most important artists of house music, a style in constant evolution. He is known around the world for his simple «Put Your Hands Up For Detroit», «Rhythm Of The Night», «The Creeps», and «Let Me Think About It». Fedde Le Grand has received countless awards and has offered remixes of the greatest international artists such as Coldplay, Madonna, Will.i.am, Robbie Williams and, more recently, Michael Jackson («Love Never Felt So Good») and Faithless («Insomnia»). His electrifying DJ set at Bali’s Pacha Festival thrills the view with his breathtaking lights, fireworks, and delirious crowd!
19:24 Monty Alexander. Monty Alexander [La Seine Musicale, Île Seguin | 2018]
Monty Alexander - Kingston-born pianist Monty Alexander is a virtuoso with many secrets. He explores the world of jazz, swing, bebop, blues, calypso and reggae, and has created a style of his own. For him, music is a heartbeat. He plays with emotion, intelligence, humor and sensibility. During this unique performance, we are transported with his joyful swing and fizzing grooves, influenced by Afro-American jazz from Harlem, and reggae from Jamaica. This 2018 concert at the Seine Musical is exceptional. It is extremely rare for Monty Alexander to do a solo performance. We are in for an evening full of surprises
20:23 Mario Batkovic - WOMEX 2018. Mario Batkovic [WOMEX, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spain | 2018]
Mario Batkovic - WOMEX 2018 - Since 1994, World Music Expo (WOMEX) has been attracting musicians, agents, a great number of press agencies, as well as media companies from all over the world. Its main exposition event has been held in various locations throughout Europe, including Berlin, Brussels, Marseille, Stockholm, Seville, Cardiff, and Budapest. The 2018 edition of WOMEX was held in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria. One of its showcase participants, Mario Batkovic, aims to explore the sonic possibilities of the accordion, without effects or loops, rather through a mutualist symbiotic relationship between man and instrument. Challenging, hypnotic, and grandiose, Batkovic’s single-handed symphonic vision is certainly unique
21:00 Shawn Mendes. Shawn Mendes, Zubin Thakkar, Massimo Alonzi & Mike Sleath [Melrose Ballroom, New York City | 2016]
Shawn Mendes - Having been discovered via social media, Shawn Mendes is the youngest artist to debut his album in the top 25. The Canadian singer, songwriter and model, rose to fame by posting cover videos on Vine. Since then he became known for hits such as »Stitches” and »There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back.” On July 9, 2016, the singer, songwriter and performer surprised his fans with a free pop-up show at the Melrose Ballroom in Astoria, NYC. Enjoy this intimate concert and witness how Shawn Mendes enthralls his audience with his amazing songs!
21:59 Ramón Valle & Reinier Baas - Music… Ramòn Valle & Reinier Baas [Concertgebouw De Vereeniging, Nijmegen, The Netherlands | 2020]
Ramón Valle & Reinier Baas - Music Meeting 2020 - Since 1985, the Dutch city of Nijmegen has been welcoming the International Music Meeting Festival every Pentecost. Ranging from jazz and improvisational music to traditional music and unique crossovers, this adventurous festival is all about musical encounters and international collaborations. Disrupted by COVID-19, the festival’s 2020 edition had to adapt to new challenges. It now presents this exclusive concert by pianist Ramón Valle and guitarist Reinier Baas, filmed at Concertgebouw De Vereeniging in Nijmegen
22:51 Sven Väth at Family Piknik 2017. Sven Väth [Family Piknik, Montpellier, France | 2017]
Sven Väth at Family Piknik 2017 - Active on the music scene for more than 30 years, Sven Väth is a true icon of techno. He was one of the first DJs to host a weekly event in Ibiza, and his «Cocoon» nights have quickly become a staple for fans of underground music in all its forms. Väth has been involved in all major developments of the techno movement, but even after three decades, this living legend is not ready to take the backstage and continues to dance crowds on five continents. Experience the unique sounds of Sven Väth with this performance recorded at the 2017 Family Piknik Festival!
23:54 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
02:07 Classical:NEXT 2019 - Ensemble HOPE. The Ensemble HOPE [De Doelen, Rotterdam | 2019]
Classical:NEXT 2019 - Ensemble HOPE - The Ensemble HOPE is dedicated to the performance and creation of music of today. As well as exploring new forms of contemporary electro-acoustic technology, it integrates written musical tradition, improvisation and an adapted classical repertoire. The «Cristal Baschet» and the «Euphone» form the basis of the ensemble’s sophisticated instrumental collection. The new works reflect these neglected and little-known instruments. The Ensemble HOPE, consisting of Frederic Bousquet (Euphone), Marc Antoine Millon (Bass Cristal) and Armelle Marq (soprano voice), is also actively engaged in developing a new generation of Euphones. In this concert from 2019’s Classical:NEXT!, the ensemble performs Frederic Bousquet’s «Vénus», «Epilogue» and «en transit,» Henry Purcell’s «Dido’s lament,» arranged by M.A. Millon, Georg Friedrich Händel’s «Lascia ch’io pianga,» arranged by M.A. Millon, as well as works by Eric Satie, Roger Steptoe, Bruno Giner, and Marc Antoine Millon
03:00 New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam. Benjamin Herman, Joost Kroon, Frank van Dok & Willem Friede [Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2018]
New Cool Collective - Melkweg, Amsterdam - New Cool Collective is one of the foremost Dutch jazz ensembles. Pioneering new blends of music styles since 1993, NCC has performed in various formations, from small combos to larger ensembles and even big bands! The ensemble’s high energy is cut out for the dance floors, as dance, Latin, salsa, afrobeat and boogaloo all meet in a jazzy mix. NCC includes saxophonist Benjamin Herman, guitarist Rory Ronde, drummer Joost Kroon, percussionists Frank van Dok and Jos de Haas, pianist Willem Friede, bassist Leslie Lopez, and trumpeter David Rockefeller
05:15 Cabaret Contemporain. Cabaret Contemporain, Ronan Courty, Julien Loutelier & Fabrizio Rat [Maxxi Museum, Rome | 2014]
Cabaret Contemporain - «Cabaret Contemporain»: an explosive performance by musicians, composers, and improvisers who cross all musical boundaries with an innovative approach to the world of sound. Transforming life into dream and music into dance, the acoustic instruments are processed through an electronic filter which combines musical genres and codes. This performance is animated by the search for a new vocabulary of sounds. Enjoy this stunning live performance at the Suona Francese Festival in Rome’s amazing Maxxi museum! Featuring Fabrizio Rat (piano), Giani Caserotto (guitar), Ronan Courty (bass), and Simon Drappier (bass)
06:07 Ricardo Herz Trio - Da Pá Virada… Ricardo Herz, Michi Ruzitschka & Pedro Ito [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2019]
Ricardo Herz Trio - Da Pá Virada Sessions - Da Pá Virada sessions bring the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is the Ricardo Herz Trio, which consists of Ricardo Herz on violin, Michi Ruzitschka on nylon string guitar, and Pedro Ito on percussions. Band leader Ricardo Herz is a classically-trained musician, who also studied jazz at the prestigious Berklee College of Music
07:16 Chloé - Trabendo Paris. Chloé [Trabendo, Paris | 2017]
Chloé - Trabendo Paris - Chloé has, without a doubt, led an entire generation to her electronic music playground - one that goes beyond strictly club and techno. As much a film music enthusiast as an accomplished guitar player, she stumbled into the electronic scene early on, developing an unwavering curiosity for sound machines. Chloé is a composer, and she gives life to artistic ideas. The challenge is to stay unwavering in spite of self-doubt that arises throughout the creative process. It is precisely this inner questioning, this contradiction, that nourishes and motivates Chloé’s work. Chloé dedicates a full set to her 2017 album Endless Revisions. At Trabendo Paris, she plays these brand-new songs only a few weeks after the album was released
08:28 Songbook. Half Moon Run [Nederlandse Trammuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands | 2019]
Songbook - »I never heard anyone say that, and yeah, I know exactly what it means. It has to go in there, this has to be a song.” Every song has its own story, and we all think it’s a story we’ve heard before, but we haven’t. Songbook finds and captures these intriguing stories by pulling you into the process of writing and composing. Known for its pristine sound, cinematic 4k video and eye for detail, Songbook live-captured episodes emphasize the paramount importance of quality. It addresses the on-the-spot elements of blending song and location at the right moment. Both the magical location and remarkable music interaction will get the attention they deserve. Simply because Songbook isn’t just a live music session, it lives. This episode of Songbook showcases Half Moon Run, a Montréal-based band of four musicians that communicate through the language of music - be it dreamy alt-pop, bucolic alt-folk, or psychedelic indie rock. Since 2009, Conner Molander (vocals, guitar, keys, piano, harmonica), Dylan Phillips (vocals, drums, piano, keys), Devon Portielje (lead vocals, piano, guitar) and Isaac Symonds (vocals, drums, mandolin, synth, bass) have been stars on the rise in the music scene of their home country Canada, next conquering crowds internationally. The band’s three albums - diverse in sound and overall feel - have earned Half Moon Run sold-out shows and praised festival gigs all over the world. On their latest release, 2019’s «A Blemish In The Great Light», the four multi-instrumentalists have elevated their sound, perfecting their individual skills and touching upon lighter notes than on previous records, all the while maintaining the complexity that sets them apart from fellow indie acts. Watch Half Moon Run perform «Sun Leads Me On» and «Favorite Boy» in the unique setting of the Dutch tram museum of Amsterdam
09:00 City Beats - Episode 1 - London. Carly Foxx [London | 2019]
City Beats - Episode 1 - London - DJ-producer Carly Foxx is on a musical journey, immersing herself in the life of five iconic European cities to find inspiration for a series of new tracks. In this episode, Carly Foxx steps outside of her comfort zone to draw inspiration for her music track from urban youths in London’s grime scene. With fresh eyes, she explores what makes this city unique to the people who live there. Carly interviews people on the street and asks them about the London music scene, which is very lively and diverse. To better understand the urban music scene, Carly pays a visit to RepreZent Radio, where she interviews grime artists. She records street sounds such as a bus driving by, the ticking against a metal door, and police sirens. She also encounters musicians such as beatboxer Beatfox and guitarist Knox and records their music, which she mixes into a brand new track by adding vocals for the finishing touch. You’ll love the result!
09:44 The Go! Team @ Route du Rock Hivers. The Go! Team, Ian Parton, Ninja & Adam Hutchison [Route du Rock Hivers, Saint-Malo | 2018]
The Go! Team @ Route du Rock Hivers - Originating from Brighton, UK, The Go! Team blends garage/indie rock with distorted guitars and a popping brass section. The creative force behind this six-piece band is Ian Parton. According to him, the band samples everything from Bollywood to hip-hop. Although the samples are at the heart of the band’s sound, every song is kicked off by the melody. At Route du Rock Hivers 2018, The Go! Team presents its latest album, Semicircle. Its opening track Mayday is built around a drum loop based on Morse code. This is only the beginning of the endless variety of sound effects The Go! Team experiments with. At their 4K show at Rock Hivers 2018, you will enjoy a blend of noisy pop, hip-hop collages, awesome grooves, irresistible soul arrangements and much more!
10:40 Trio Corrente - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Fabio Torres, Paulo Paulelli & Edu Ribeiro [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2018]
Trio Corrente - Da Pá Virada Sessions - Da Pá Virada sessions bring the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is Trio Corrente, which was formed in 2001, consisting of Fabio Torres on piano, Paulo Paulelli on bass, and Edu Ribeiro on drums. Since then, the trio has been creating an original sound playing the classics of choro and Música Popular Brasileira
11:47 Les Vieilles Charrues. Skunk Anansie [Les Vieilles Charrues, Carhaix | 2019]
Les Vieilles Charrues - British alternative rock group Skunk Anansie celebrates its 25th anniversary with the album 25LIVE@25. These 90s rock scene icons, whose hair-raising shows have become legendary, celebrate their storied career with this 25-song project. With a selection of recordings taken from various 2017 live performances, Skunk Anansie once again proves its unbeatable power on stage. The setlist includes »Because of You,” »The Skank Heads,” and »Tear the Place Up.” Don’t miss the triumphant return of these pillars of rock to the stage of the 28th edition of Les Vieilles Charrues in Carhaix, France, in 2019!
12:56 Live From the Kennedy Center. Nas [The John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington DC, USA | 2014]
Live From the Kennedy Center - When Nas was just 19 years old, he composed what would become one of hip-hop’s defining masterpieces, Illmatic. To mark its 20th anniversary, Nas delivers a standout performance alongside the National Symphony Orchestra at Washington DC’s Kennedy Center. With conductor Steven Reineke taking the orchestra through arrangements of beats by DJ Premier and Large Professor, Nas delivers impassioned renditions of tracks like »N.Y. State of Mind”, »The World Is Yours”, and »Memory Lane (Sittin’ in Da Park)”. Between songs, the program cuts away to both archival and new interview footage to document Nas’ rise from Queensbridge upstart to influential rap icon
13:49 Samba das Flores - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Ó do Borogodó, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2021 Samba das Flores - Da Pá Virada Sessions
Samba das Flores - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is the ensemble Samba das Flores, which dedicates itself to exploring the world’s different rhythms, thus keeping the Brazilian heritage alive. The individual voices of the ensemble members color Samba das Flores’s unique sound. Let Brazilian culture and global rhythms inspire you during this Samba das Flores performance!
15:06 Jazz à Ramatuelle: Kyle Eastwood Quintet. Kyle Eastwood, Andrew McCormack, Quentin Collins & Chris Higginbottom [Jazz à Ramatuelle, France | 2016]
Jazz à Ramatuelle: Kyle Eastwood Quintet - Bassist Kyle Eastwood (1968) is an explorer, equally at ease with jazz melodies as with pop songs. In the late 1970s, his father Clint took him to see his first jazz concert - a Count Basie performance. Eastwood Jr. was in awe of the drummer and wanted to play an instrument himself. It so happened he wasn’t so much interested in jazz, preferring rhythm and blues, Motown and Stax records, funk groups, and North African and Indian music. Eastwood became a brilliant bassist and the composer of highly original soundtracks. His 2015 album «Time Pieces» is a collaboration with brilliant British musicians, such as trumpeter Quentin Collins and saxophonist Brandon Allen. In this broadcast, Eastwood and his fellow musicians revisit the hard bop legacy of Blue Note Records. Eastwood and his band perform original music, as well as songs made famous by Horace Silver and Herbie Hancock. Their contemporary take on Charles Mingus’ »Boogie Stop Shuffle” is not to be missed!
16:46 Tribute to Gilberto Gil - Da Pá Virada… Henrique Gomide, Noa Stroeter, Joao Fideles & Ze Leonidas [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2019]
Tribute to Gilberto Gil - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The series Da Pá Virada sessions presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the bands taking part in this series is Caixa Cubo. This trio usually explores Brazil’s rhythmically rich landscapes, combining them with modern Brazilian jazz trends. Yet in this singular performance, Caixa Cubo teams up with vocalist Zé Leônidas, selecting special repertoire together with Dani Gurgel from Da Pá Virada Sessions and Rokas Kučinskas from Stingray DJAZZ
17:39 Hercules Gomes - Da Pá Virada Sessions. Hercules Gomes [Da Pá Virada Studios, Sāo Paulo, Brazil | 2020]
Hercules Gomes - Da Pá Virada Sessions - The Da Pá Virada Sessions series presents the best musicians of contemporary Brazilian jazz, and beyond. Filmed in São Paulo, each session offers a unique experience by giving a fresh look into Brazil’s music scene. The artists for each session are selected in consultation with Stingray DJAZZ’s music editor. One of the artists taking part in this series is pianist Hércules Gomes. Due to his impressive technical skill and expressive choice of repertoire he is considered one of Brazil’s foremost pianists today. Hércules has performed with numerous renowned Brazilian musicians, including Arismar do Espirito Santo, Letieres Leite, Alessandro Penezzi, Wilson das Neves, and Banda Mantiqueira
18:43 Oumou Sangaré @ Jazz Sous Les Pommiers. Oumou Sangare, Guimba Kouyate, Elise Blanchard & Jon Grandcamp [Jazz Sous Les Pommiers, Coutances | 2017]
Oumou Sangaré @ Jazz Sous Les Pommiers - Salif Keita described her as the »Tina Turner of Mali.” Indeed, Oumou Sangaré is one of Africa’s most important female voices. While maintaining her political views as a champion of women’s rights in Africa, her vocal talent has brought this singer to shine at some of the most important venues around the world. At Jazz Sous Les Pommiers 2017, Oumou Sangaré presents her latest album, Mogoya. She is accompanied by a group that combines traditional African instruments with a modern band set-up, featuring young French musicians. Recorded in spectacular 4K in a beautiful musical setting, Sangaré will surely make you sing and dance!
19:59 The Band Perry. Neil Perry, Kimberly Perry & Reid Perry [Red Studios, Los Angeles | 2017]
The Band Perry - This series features groundbreaking concerts, in-depth artist interviews and unique stories with host Ted Stryker. This concert series gives the audience an intimate view of music’s most influential artists today. Shot in 4K, host Ted Stryker interviews musicians across all genres, creating the most unique music show on TV today. This episode features The Band Perry, the famous country band consisting of siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry. Throughout high school they had different bands, but towards the end of high school the three came together as The Band Perry. After being signed to Republic Nashville, they released their first album, and conquered the charts with the song »If I Die Young.” Since then, they have scored numerous hits and have won various awards. At the Red Studios in Los Angeles, they perform a great set of songs, including the hits »If I Die Young,” »Better Dig Two” and »Done.”
21:00 Skylar Grey. Skylar Grey, Blake Straus, Madeline Jay Lough & Steven Taylor [Audience Music Studios, USA | 2019]
Skylar Grey - Enjoy ground-breaking concerts, in-depth artist interviews, and unique stories with host Ted Stryker. This concert series gives the audience an intimate view of music’s most influential artists today. Shot in 4K, host Ted Stryker interviews musicians across all genres, creating one of the most unique music shows on TV today. This episode features singer/songwriter Skylar Grey, best known for her songwriting skills, as displayed in Eminem and Rihanna’s «Love The Way You Lie» (2010). The five-time GRAMMY-nominee and Wisconsin-born pop artist takes the stage to perform some of her most popular songs, as well as some works of her forthcoming album »Angel With Tattoos”. Enjoy Skylar Grey’s performance and interview at Audience Music 2019!
21:56 Marius Neset - Jazz in Duketown. Marius Neset [’s Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands | 2019]
Marius Neset - Jazz in Duketown - Jazz in Duketown is the largest free outdoor jazz festival in the Netherlands. It’s a real gathering for jazz addicts, inviting internationally renowned artists. In 2019, one of them is Copenhagen-based Norwegian saxophonist Marius Neset, who is known internationally for his collaborations with People Are Machines, Kaktusch, JazzKamikaze, and Django Bates’ projects StoRMChaser and Human Chain. Neset completed his Master’s degree at the Copenhagen Rhythmic Music Conservatory in 2008
22:58 José James - Jazz a Vienne. José James [Jazz a Vienne | 2019]
José James - Jazz a Vienne - Since bursting onto the international scene in the late 2000s, José James and his honeyed voice are as bewitching as ever in this 2019 performance at Jazz à Vienne. Flitting between raw soul, soul-folk, hip-hop, and jazz, James is one of the few vocalists capable of keeping the crossover created by Ray Charles in the ‘50s alive. After sensitive and intelligent odes to Billie Holiday and John Coltrane, this time James pays tribute to a living legend of American popular music: soul man Bill Withers. James performs Bill Withers’s unforgettable songs, accompanied by Marcus Machado (guitar), Aneesa Strings (bass, vocals), and Aaron Steele (drums)
23:59 Opera Imaginaire. Le Concert Spirituel, Hervé Niquet, Karine Deshayes & Katherine Watson [Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris | 2017]
Opera Imaginaire - To celebrate Le Concert Spirituel’s 30th anniversary, conductor Hervé Niquet collaborated with the Baroque Music Center of Versailles to build his opéra imaginaire. For this unique project, Le Concert Spirituel presents an original performance of unpublished operas by Lully, Rameau, Charpentier, and many other French baroque composers. You will find yourself captivated by a tearful lover, intrigued by the passage to the underworld, and fascinated by the descents of the Gods. The program includes many favorite passages, such as Lully’s Armide, Charpentier’s Medea, and Campra’s Carnaval de Venise. Experience all the magic of Louis XIV’s French opera as Le Concert Spirituel transforms the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées into a true French baroque scene
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