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Warren Vaché: From Manhattan to Scotland

Warren Vaché
Warren Vaché

“I’ve been playing in Scotland for 20 years and have a lot of good friends and feel very welcome there,” says trumpeter and cornetist Warren Vaché. “It’s an absolutely gorgeous country. The people are very open. Any country where you can drink in a different distillery every day of the year for 10 years and not hit all of them is certainly close to my heart!”

His love of Scotland is one reason why Vaché says his recent release, Don’t Look Back (Arbors), “is probably the most satisfying record I’ve ever made.” A collaboration with the Scottish Ensemble, the project was completed in Edinburgh. Although economics played a role in the decision to record in Scotland, Vaché also cites the opportunity to record with the renowned 12-member string group as a major factor.

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