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Posts Tagged ‘Violin

From Switzerland: Saraswati performs Brova barama at Montreux, 2017, with Abhijith P S Nair (violin), Sandeep Mohan (electric guitar), Mohini Dey (5-string bass) and Dave Weckl (drums).

August 10, 2017

From the U.S.: Giorgi Mikadze, pianist, arranger and orchestrator, performs Michael Jackson’s Love Never Felt So Good at the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) studio with a live ensemble. Love Never Felt So Good was composed by Paul Anka.

November 10, 2014

From Japan: The Michael Brecker Quindectet performs Timbuktu at Tokyo’s Blue Note, 2004. Featuring Michael Brecker (saxophone), Gil Goldstein (piano, accordion) Alex Sipiagin (trumpet), Petr Gordon (french horn), Robin Eubanks (trombone), Bob Sheppard (flute), Dan Willis (double reeds), Roger Rosenberg (bass clarinet, baritone), Joyce Hammon (violin), Meg Okura (viola), David Edggar (cello), Adam Rogers (guitar), Boris Koslov (bass), Antonio Sanchez (drums), and Danny Sadwick (percussion).

February 17, 2013

From the U.S.: Patrice Rushen (piano) and Karen Briggs (violin) perform at the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, April 13, 2000.

September 21, 2012

From Germany: The Jean Luc Ponty Band performing Celtic Steps-Jigs in 2008 with J. L. Ponty (violin), William Lecomte (clavier), Damien Schmitt (drums), Guy Christian Nsangué Akwa (bass).

May 31, 2012

From Switzerland: Al Di Meola, Stanley Clarke, and Jean-Luc Ponty in 1994 playing Memory Canyon at Montreux.

February 22, 2012

From the U.S.: Mark O’Connor, John Patitucci and Julian Lage: Playing SUZANNE live on Soundcheck – WNYC New York Public Radio.

April 13, 2011

From the U.S.: The Mahavishnu Project performing “The Dance Of Maya” at the Keswick Theater on June 20th 2010. Featuring Glenn Alexander (guitar); Zach Brock (violin), Gregg Bendian (Drums), Peter Brendler (Bass), Neil Alexander (keys).

September 26, 2010

From the U.S.: The Mahavishnu Project performs “One Word” at the Keswick Theater outside Philly on June 19th, 2010. Glenn Alexander (guitar), Gregg Bendian (drums) Zach Brock (Violin) Peter Brendler (bass) Neil Alexander (keys).

August 24, 2010

ONE WORD from Neil Alexander on Vimeo. (Click on ONE WORD for this one.)