Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Dr. Ana Isabel Ordonez

Which Way Now carries a wonderful recorded radio concert, interesting art work and a well consistent booklet. The recording is equally pleasing when the musicians…
Night Dancers is all about swing, soul and celebration. The compositions aren’t standard quotations but gems of bold creation. Chording with some fine cats: Nik…
Pequenas Flores do Inferno is the bloom of two great improvisers of the Italian music scene. Achille Succi is on bass clarinet and alto saxophone while Salvator…
Band leader composer and saxophonist Tevet Sela has straightforwardly produced some of the most mindful modern jazz in Israel. Indeed, Tevet Sela performs as a soloist/l…
Brazilian-born singer, composer and producer Celia Malheiros delights us with an Amazonian patchwork of rhythms, delivering a gem of an album comprising eleven tracks of…
Craig McIver enters through the big door on the leader’s scene with a notorious departure, A Horse of a Different Rhythm. Inspired drummer and composer McIver’…
Canadian bassist and composer Michael Bates has released A Fine Balance in which he blends jazz with classical moods. Visiting styles and going up into the experi…
After the success of the Brubeck sessions in 2004, View So Tender : Wonder Revisited arrives as the result of a second collaboration between piani…
Produced and orchestrated by Scott McLemore, this quartet utters an in-the-groove tendency, extending mercurial tempos, tonal shades and echelons of intensity. On "Hopef…
At a point in one’s life when you had listened to blessed and inspired brass instrumentalists, the fact is, to listen to an alias (unknown to me until now) --- an awesom…