Mia Brentano’s Summerhouse

“20 distinctive miniatures in no man’s land between classical, jazz, pop and minimal music.”

Della Reese
“One of a Kind – live”

Her only ever released live jazz production

 

Zurich Jazz Orchestra & Steffen Schorn
To My Beloved Ones

“A truly exceptional album, full of fascinating ideas!“ (Jazz Fun 03/2022)

New releases

Paul Heller meets Roman Schwaller

Paul Heller meets Roman Schwaller

You just need to listen to Paul Heller‘s new CD for a few seconds before you notice it; here are two people who fit together like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle. It‘s not just because they both play the same instrument, the tenor saxophone …

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Peter Hedrich – “New Hope”

Peter Hedrich – “New Hope”

A unique tribute to the great master Jiggs Whigham, played and expanded by Peter Hedrich, a rising star on the trombone. And appearing as guest of honour on three of the pieces – Jiggs Whigham himself. New Hope is a unique audio document from the 1970s dressed up in brand new clothes!

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Denis Gäbel – “The Good Spirits”

Denis Gäbel – “The Good Spirits”

“An early candidate for any best-of 2018 list.” (Hans-Bernd Kittlaus, JazzPodium) – “I’d been thinking about heading out to record an album in New York, which for me is the most inspirational jazz source, ever since I did part of my studies there in 2006. Two years ago I heard Clarence Penn again in New York’s ‘Smalls’, and I suddenly decided – I can pull this off! I really wanted to capture that special sound and the energy of the local scene”

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Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra – “Kopfkino”

Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra – “Kopfkino”

The Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra (EPJO) was launched in Berlin in 2007. Its trademark is an unmistakable, and in all likelihood globally unique, mix of musical personalities. “Old stars” from the European …

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Ivan Paduart & Quentin Dujardin – “Catharsis”

Ivan Paduart & Quentin Dujardin – “Catharsis”

Ivan Paduart – born in 1966, the Belgian pianist and composer first sat at the piano as a ten-year-old. At seventeen he discovered jazz, and since then he’s been steadily climbing the career ladder step by step, reaping major awards along the way. He has long been regarded as a fixture on the international jazz scene and has his own …

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Paul Heller – “Good Times”

Paul Heller – “Good Times”

Paul Heller has proved that he can serve up classic and modern across a number of albums. And on the album Good Times, Paul Heller displays a new aspect; Good Times grooves like hell. The 10 original compositions really make you want to dance!

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Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra – “Hits! Vol. 1”

Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra – “Hits! Vol. 1”

Ed Partyka’s Jazz Orchestra (EPJO) was launched in Berlin in 2007 – its hallmark is the distinctive, and perhaps globally unparalleled, mix of musical personalities. All-stars from the European big band establishment play side by side with newcomers from the young and hip jazz scenes of Berlin, Amsterdam, Vienna and Prague. Musicians from the USA, Germany, Austria, Holland, Switzerland and the Czech Republic come together.

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