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Love Brazilian Music? Catch Vento Em Madaira in Early June – London and Wales

They are really an amazing bunch who have played with everyone important in Brazil… I played with the sax player Teco years ago when i was offered the Jerwood award from Cheltenham Jazz festival to bring over whoever I wanted (as long as they where up for it) I chose Teco Cardoso, I love his sax and flute playing on many Brazilian records – especially with Joyce. He also played with Edu Lobo, Baden Powel and Rosa Pasos …

The drummer Edu Ribeiro was the drummer on the Randy Brecker’s album: Randy in Brazil (summit Records, 2008) for which he won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

Their piano player Tiago Costa is also a grammy winner…

As an arranger his work was performed by São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (OSESP), Brazilian Symphony Orchestra, Orquestra Jazz Sinfônica, Orchestre National d’Ile de France, Copenhagen University Big Band, Minas Gerais Symphony Orchestra, Santo André Symphony Orchestra, Petrobras Orchestra, São Paulo State Symphonic Band, Ahn Trio (NY); and artists such as Milton Nascimento, Jane Monheit, Maria Gadú, 5 a Seco, Regina Carter, Maria Rita, Monica Salmaso & Pau Brazil, Lenine, Edu Lobo, Zizi Possi, Roberta Sá, Céu, Stefon Harris, Stanley Jordan, Dave Liebman, Trio Corrente, Mauricio Einhorn, Fabiana Cozza, Luiz Melodia, Paulinho da Viola and Rosa Passos.

The band leader, Lea runs a really important label in Sao Paulo called Maritaca that releases contemporary Brazilian Jazz and progressive folkloric music.. She has worked with Hermeto Pascual and wrote music for Joyce.

Their singer Monica Salmaso is also well known, one of the best in Brazil.

I could go on… for ages.. but instead maybe go to the website: http://www.ventoemmadeira.com/vento-em-madeira

It’s all there.

Still not convinced? Check out these quotes.

“These guys are so organic, the group is amazing, they all think so much alike when they play. Just beautiful !!” “a strong reminder of a Brazil that so many wish for, including myself”
Egberto Gismonti

“This music will invade people’s hearts forever“
Edu Lobo

“Vento em Madeira is a quintet of brilliant, creative musicians from São Paulo, playing an all-original repertoire, mostly written by the amazing Lea Freire. A hidden Brazilian treasure to be discovered.”
Joyce

tour :

Thursday 2 June

http://www.ucheldre.org/
Holyhead

Friday 3 June

http://www.taliesinartscentre.co.uk/performances.php?id=1269
Swansea

Saturday 4 June

https://theatrbrycheiniog.ticketsolve.com/shows/873553375
Brecon

Sunday 5 June

Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Cardiff

Thursday 9 June

http://www.vortexjazz.co.uk/event/vento-em-madeira/

London

Friday 10 June

http://www.jazzlive.co.uk

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/360636
Camberwell,
London

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Scottish Tour

JP.SPANISH GUITAR DUET FLYER.A5

Thu Mar 10 – Blue Lamp – Aberdeen
Fri Mar 11 – Watts – Cupar
Sat Mar 12 – Kilbarchan Performing Arts Centre
Sun Mar 13 – Birnam Arts Centre
Mon Mar 14 – Edinburgh Traverse Theatre
Tue Mar 15 – Dunfermline Carnegie Hall
Guitar Journey Duet

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Video – Two Smiles

 

27th November 1 – 2pm
Verdi, The Royal Albert Hall

Juliet Kelly Duo @ Baltic – October 18th

http://www.balticrestaurant.co.uk/jazz-listings/

Amber Lights – Tour and CD “Ibericos” 

This is a Portuguese based (apart from me) quartet, many of the tracks are composed by myself and arranged by the quartet together in an organic way.  The music is largely influenced by the landscape, culture, music and friendship of Spain and Portugal, It sounds quite relaxed and sunny.

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I don’t even have the CD myself but if you put in an order I’ll see what i can do to get you one for £10 plus postage.

Amber Lights are:

Jonny Phillips – Guitar
Bruno Margalho – Sax
Andre Rosinha – Bass
Alexandre Alves – Drums

Nearly every year I play in both Portugal and Spain, this year is no exception:

Amber Lights Portuguese tour

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Amber Lights – Portuguese Tour
Bruno Margalho – Alto Sax
Andre Rosinha – Bass
Alejandre Alves – Drums
Jonny Phillips – Guitar
July 8-Velha Senhora
9-Duetos da Se
10-Clube Ferroviario
11-Gato Gineta(a.cultural,sintra)
14-Hot clube de Portugal
15-Maruto(duo)
16-Cafe Tati
17-Velvet
18-Braco de Prata
19-Outjazz

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Jonny Phillips/ John Crawford Duo

Latin & Flamenco Jazz

Verdi, The Royal Albert Hall

May 22nd

It’s free!

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Oriole will be playing some new material

The Vortex Jazz Club, Dalston, London

on Saturday 16th May, 2015 | 8:00pm – 11:00pm

11 Gillett Square,
Dalston,
London.
N16 8AZ

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/318054
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Jonny Phillips, John Crawford, Andy Hamil / Andres Ticino 

Latin & Flamenco Jazz

The Crooked Well, Camberwell, London

Sun 24th May, Bank holiday weekend

7.00 pm

It’s free!

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Jonny Phillips/ John Crawford Duo

Latin & Flamenco Jazz

The Crooked Well, Camberwell, London

Nov 30th

7.00 pm

It’s free!

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 New Oriole Live Reviews

Oriole – Every New Day – Live

BBC Music – “Oriole are an exceptional jazz band. Not only are all the musicians of superb quality but the music itself is completely unlike the recent trend in jazz”

TheJazzMann – “A fascinating hybrid of jazz, folk and Latin influences”

 

Oriole/Basquiat Strings Tour  – May 2013

 

Jonny Phillips – Bruno Magualho Duo

– Lisbon and Sintra – 8 -10 Feb

– See below..

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DORIAN FORD & CAROL GRIMES

PLUS DORIAN FORD & JONNY PHILLIPS

LONDON: Vortex
MON 4TH FEB, 2013 8.00pm

Two duos built around the wide-ranging, imaginative and melodic piano playing of Dorian Ford.

Carol Grimes is a legendary singer, much loved and with a pedigree back to working with Cream and the Yardbirds in the 60s, with a soulful voice that pierces the emotions. Dorian has been collaborator in playing and writing for many years.

Guitarist Jonny Phillips leads the much-loved Oriole. In his duo with Dorian, they investigate the jazz heritage of Jarrett and Bill Evans, while leavening it with Mediterranean and Brazilian music.

http://www.wegottickets.com/event/206192

 

Bertha – from the Oriole album “Every New Day”

Oriole – Every New Day – Reviews coming in click here

A Little Preview of the new Oriole album

This track is called Levante

Levante

Every New Day – Press Release

Click here

Album Launch

Oriole – Every New Day

April 24th – The Vortex – London

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Idris Rahman – Sax
Ben Davis – Cello
Nick Ramm – Piano
Ruth Goller – Bass
Jonny Phillips – Acoustic Guitar
Seb Rochford – Drums
Adriano Adewale – Percussion
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Jonny Phillips & Dorian Ford Duo

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Seb Rochford & Kit Downes Duo

Thursday 6 | 8.30pm | £8 | The Vortex Jazz Club – London

Thanks to everyone who came to this. There is a short video below, its bad quality, in-fact it actually looks like we are in a vortex for real! Seb Rochford played with us on this track entitled Sierva Maria.

Vortex

A rare opportunity to hear myself and pianist Dorian Ford step out of our usual roles to explore the music of the masters such as Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett alongside noir-like originals.
Dorian is an incredible talent not to be missed.

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“Good Times”  (represented by – Lift Music)

New Retro Lounge Library Classics by Joe Leach and Jonny Phillips

“Good Times” the first album  by Das Hoot now on iTunes. Featuring the funtastic Kitty La Roar (Vocals), Pete Long (Contrabass sax), Simon Finch & Damon Brown (Trumpet), Jamie Anderson (Tenor sax), Jonny Phillips & Little Barry (Guitar), Jim Watson & Gary Moberley (Hammond), Oren Marshal (Tuba), Ian Tripp & Pete Exford (Percussion), Rob Mullarkey & Simon Little  (Bass), Mark Fletcher (Drums), Joe Leach (Piano and Analogue Synths ). Compositions by Joe Leach and Jonny Phillips.

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Das Hoot - Good Times

 

As seen on TV.

BBC

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Oriole – Live at Kings Place

Photo by Roger Thomas (Click here for Rogers review on the London Jazz Blog)

F-IRE FESTIVAL RHYTHMIC FRONTIERS: Oriole

John Fordham
guardian.co.uk, Monday 30 May 2011

“The closing night took in a workshop for founder Barak Schmool’s Royal Academy students, Bates’s Beloved Bird Trio, and world-music guitarist Jonny Phillips’s Oriole, playing the cinematic sonic-travelogue from the group’s upcoming Every New Day album.
The F-ire philosophy was at the core of Phillips’s show. An evolving relationship between Schmool on congas and Bosco de Oliveira on drums furnished absorbing contrasts: with the lyrical and softly propulsive sound of the leader’s acoustic guitar; with a texture-rich lineup including the imaginative cellist Ben Davis and powerful tenor saxist Idris Rahman. Glowering Spanish harmonies, rhythmically devious sambas and broad-horizon ruminations characterised Phillips’s atmospherically songlike music, and its periodic jazz diversions sharpened the edges.”

Oriole will soon to releasing there long awaited
third album “Every New Day” on F-ire Recorded music.
Expect highly visual music
celebrating the power of people, places,
travels and moments in time that
will stay with you long after they have past.

Coming soon……