Kenny Werner & Brussels Jazz Orchestra, Institute of Higher Learning
AVAILABLE IN STORES AND ONLINE AUGUST 26, 2011
New York, August 25, 2011 – The Brussels Jazz Orchestra (BJO), led by founder and Artistic Director Frank Vaganée, once again reinforces its reputation as one of Europe’s premier big bands, a group that “manifests love,” according to Grammy-winning arranger Maria Schneider. Kenny Werner and the BJO have joined forces to create the perfect canvas for Wernerʼs lush compositions and arrangements. The Institute of Higher Learning features 5 tracks, among them the opening “Cantabile,” a three-movement suite showcasing Wernerʼs progressive touch. It was inspired by and dedicated to Bob Brookmeyer. Liner notes by Maria Schneider.
For further information on Kenny Werner, please visit www.kennywerner.com .
For further information on the BJO, please visit www.brusselsjazzorchestra.com .
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