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Jazz Caribe: Lupa Santiago 4teto new CD “Ubuntu” Brazilian Jazz
Lupa Santiago 4teto
1. Probably Maybe; 2. Dauphine; 3. Night Eyes; 4. Two for Eleven; 5. Trails; 6. Enfim SUS; 7. Eco System
Lupa Santiago (guitar, composer); Leandro Cabral (piano); Alex Buck (drums); Bruno Migotto (bass); special guest: Ed Neumeister (trobone, composer)
Ubuntu is an ancient African word meaning: “I am what I am because of who we all are”.
In the words of Lupa:
“Ed and I me briefly in Austria in 2012, where the lives. This was a special occasion for me because, in the history of jazz, Ed is an exceptional and renowned trombonist, arranger, and composer. After a few emails, we set up a week of shows in Brazil playing my music and his. When I received Ed’s compositions, I realized how to make the project something even more interesting and bring it all up to the next level: I called Leandro, Bruno and Alex, who are excellent instrumentalists and composers, besides being grat friends…Our souls, raw, spontaneous, honest…here for all. “Ubuntu!”.
The international opening of Brazilian guitarist and composer Lupa Santiago is a valuable contribution to the continued growth of the Latin Jazz. They will enjoy an exquisite and simple music, perhaps it so nice to come to him personally in these upcoming shows:
Sep/17 Artmanha Lupa Santiago & Paulo Braga
Sep/20 Madeleine, Sao Paulo Lupa Santiago & Rubinho Antunes
Sep/22 Adunicamp, Sao Paulo Lupa Santiago & Rodrigo Ursaia
Lupa Santiago performed and / or recorded with many jazz international artists in Brazil, and tours in Europe (France, Spain, Ireland, Finland, Portugal, Estonia, Denmark, Austria, Italy, Switzerland and the Netherlands), South America ( Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Peru), South Africa and the USA, alongside names like David Binney, John Escreet to Jerry Bergonzi, Bill Pierce, Jaleel Shaw, Dave Liebman, Ronan Guilfoyle, Jarmo Savolainen, Ohad Talmor, Benoit Sourisse, André Charlier, Didier Lockwood, Jakob Anderskov, Dave Pietro, Howard Levy, Adonis Rose, Ed Neumeister, Oscar Stagnaro, Magos Herrera, Bob Kaufman and Jamey Haddad.
Besides Brazilian artists: Roberto Menescal, Daniel D’Alcântara, Helio Alves, Nelson Faria, Sizão Machado, Vinicius Dorin, Edu Ribeiro, Rogério Bocato, Nene, Cuca Teixeira among others.
With 17 CD’s released as a leader in their groups (5teto Rodrigo Ursaia, Rule of Three, Lupa Santiago Sextet, sine qua non, Duo Paulo Braga), the first of which was nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards, and participation in the cd’s other artists. He participated in several festivals in Brazil: Ourinhos, Itajaí / SC, Cascavel / PR, Brazil Instrumental, CIVEBRA (GMT), Berklee on The Road and Domingos Martins / ES.
Lupa Santiago a master’s degree at the Boston Conservatory and Berklee College Of Music graduated from Berklee College of Music and graduated from the Musicians Institute (GIT / Los Angeles) received twice, the prize Best Of Berklee (1998 and 2000) elected in 2009 and re elected in 2014 member of the board of IASJ (International Association of Schools of Jazz).
Lupa Santiago’s Pedagogical Coordinator and Vice Dean of the School Souza Lima / SP, and author of three books (Improvisation Modern I, Play Along metrics Odd and Chord Dictionary and Voices Driving) launched in Brazil (Editora Souza Lima) and Europe , Asia and the USA (Advance Music). It was the Best Musical Mind Festival jury member (Belgrade / Serbia 2016).
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