Ania Paz Jazz Series - A new way of feeling Jazz
Sep 11, 2014 08:30 PM - 11:00 PM
After returning to Peru after a long international artistic journey, Ania Paz will present for the first time in the country the Ania Paz Jazz Series – A new way of feeling Jazz – on Thursday September 11th at 8:30 pm, at Cocodrilo Verde, Francisco de Paula Camino No 226, Miraflores, Lima
This Concert Series is a cutting edge initiative of Jazz without borders, which embraces all stylistic expressions, and through unconventional artistic collaborations stimulates the development of creative new trends in our musical legacy. It also inspires our community interactively through the artist’s values.
The up-coming edition will feature guest artists César Peredo – Flute player and Composer; Aldo Dedios – Saxophone Player; and Daniela Ghersi – Pop Ballad Songwriter.
It will also feature the Ania Paz Jazz Ensamble Perú, an artistic group committed to a new sound in Contemporary Latin Jazz. It consists of renowned Peruvian musicians Enderson Herencia on Bass, Franco Alcázar on Drums, and Arturo Miranda on Percussions. It is directed by pianist and composer Ania Paz.
As a multi-disciplinary initiative, guest artists include Antonio Vílchez – Zapateo; and Omar Sacín – VJ and Visual Effects.
In cooperation with the University Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas UPC, all performances are connected to the educational cultural show “Jazz para Todos” (“Jazz for Everyone”). It will be transmitted by its internet radio station (http://mixlr.com/edmusica) and its youtube Channel Edmusica, starting on September 29th, and hosted by Ania Paz and Pepe Céspedes. Though interviews, life music, rehearsals and concerts takes, creative processes will be discussed, as well as the interaction between styles and disciplines.
Her international performances include the TCI San Jose Jazz Festival in California, United States; the Rencontre autour du Piano Festival in Guadeloupe, France; the Dominican Republic Jazz Festival in Cabarete, Dominican Republic; and the Festival Internacional Jazz en Lima, Perú, among others.
She is the winner of the José Reyes symphonic composition prize of the Ministry of Culture in the Dominican Republic; the Festival Claro Song Competition in Lima, Peru; and the Jazz Composition Prize at Casa de Teatro in Santo Domingo, among others.
She produced and directed for the United Nations, the European Union and the Ministry of Culture multidisciplinary and multicultural performances, integrating dance, poetry and literature, theatre and visual effects.
She participated and produced for the Embassy of Germany in Santo Domingo and the Goethe Institut in Mexico Women in Jazz with Angelika Niescier, and Colours of Jazz with the Timo Vollbrecht New York Group.
She successfully launched 5 CDs of original music, including her recent album The Piano has been Thinking - an homage to her German teacher Günther Herzfeld.
For more information and reservations:
Cocodrilo Verde – Telephone number 444 23 81 – firstname.lastname@example.org - www.cocodriloverde.com
Pianist and composer Ania Paz has taken advantage of the fusion capacity of Jazz. A sample of that is the concert cycle she has been presenting…where she has shaken established structures, for the audience as well as for the artists that participate with her in this artistic adventure…
Pachico Tejada, Listín Diario, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
An abundance of joy! That freeing happiness is what you feel when you listen to one of Ania Paz´ composition. Sitting at the piano, she plays every melody with emotion...She uses every second…to create and imagine mixtures of sounds. Everything with one goal: sharing, giving to others what she likes the most…You have to listen to Ania Paz, since she expresses a universal joy that is understood in any language.
Nathalie Almonte, En Sociedad Magazine, Hoy Newspaper, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Calle Francisco de Paula Camino No 226, Miraflores
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