Fernando's new album is out! "Suite en Celeste y Blanco" (Suite in blue and white) was recorded in Paris thanks to a grant from Chamber Music of America and FACE (French-American cultural exchange). The music is based on Argentinean folkloric styles and tango mixed with jazz.
Born in Cordoba, Argentina, Fernando has recorded over 100 albums, including 10 as a leader. He has also toured in North, Central and South America, as well as Europe and Asia.
Brian Thomas and Alex Lee Clark assemble 18 heavy musicians on one stage to make a beautifully mammoth and funky jazz band. Original, rhythmically inspired and lush; you won't forget this night. Website: Click to Visit
A very exciting electric guitarist, Bruce Bartlett's performances always thrill audiences at The Beehive. Grounded solidly in the blues, Bartlett has a spontaneous and deep jazz vocabulary. No one sounds like Bruce Bartlett. Website: Click to Visit
Mr Johnson's unique, thoughtful and fiery virtuosity can be heard on many different stages through many varied and hip projects. Tonight Doug plays with his trio and gets a chance to feature some new compositions. Doug Johnson is a master musician and you don't want to miss his performance at The Beehive. Website: Click to Visit
The Greg Hopkins Big Band will fill The Beehive with intense energy and powerful sound. Be there when this 16-piece jazz orchestra brings their maturity and a depth that comes from over 25 years of ensemble playing to the stage.
Jamie Stewardson’s project, Leaving Borderline features Seung-Hee on voice, Bill Jones on saxophones, Will Slater on bass, Gary Fieldman on percussion and Jamie Stewardson on guitar and compositions. They are celebrating the premier performance of new compositions featuring voice at the Acton Jazz Cafe. Leaving Borderline represents a confluence of diverse musical backgrounds and approaches of the performers. The music draws upon Stewardson's wide interests and experiences in subtle and surprising ways.
"In addition to being an excellent singer, Holz is a composer of great sensibility... beautiful and provocative melodic lines. But the most significant part of his work as a composer is represented by his lyrics." - Martin Pillsbury, Ritmo Brasileiro.