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

Partyka Brass – “The Day After Christmas”

Partyka Brass – “The Day After Christmas”

“Between the years” is the name given to the period that follows on the heels of the Christmas festivities, even before the New Year’s Eve fireworks once again cast a glow on the wintry darkness. And even if this term is not found in any dictionary, it is still generally valid. Everyone immediately associates a very special feeling with this time.

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Ann Malcolm – “Libertango” (Single)

Ann Malcolm – “Libertango” (Single)

Celebrated as the “quintessence of female jazz singing” Ann Malcolm fascinates her audiences with her very personal style and phrasing. She will definitely touch your heart with her unique voice that one does not forget.

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Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra feat. Efrat Alony  – „Songs Of Love Lost“

Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra feat. Efrat Alony – „Songs Of Love Lost“

„songs of love lost” is what Ed Partyka calls the joint work, the harmony of the exceptionally talented musicians of his Ed Partyka Jazz Orchestra. From all parts of Germany, from Austria, from Holland and – with Efrat Alony – also from Israel they follow the call of the composer and arranger to meet for recordings in the rbb studios in Berlin, as they did for “Songs Of Love Lost”.

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Ed Partyka, Efrat Alony, Sunday Night Orchestra – “Overcast”

Ed Partyka, Efrat Alony, Sunday Night Orchestra – “Overcast”

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 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 get together – each of them brings their own musical language, and adds their unique national sound into the mix.

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Ann Malcolm – “Shadows Who Dance”

Ann Malcolm – “Shadows Who Dance”

Celebrated as the “quintessence of female jazz singing” Ann Malcolm fascinates her audiences with her very personal style and phrasing. She will definitely touch your heart with her unique voice that one does not forget.

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Matthias Berg, Reiko Honshoh  – “Debut”

Matthias Berg, Reiko Honshoh – “Debut”

The life of Matthias Berg (*1961) revolves around the triangle of music, law and sports. In all three interests he has developed his talent to outstanding levels. Quoting Mr. Berg: “That’s what happens when you combine humour, determination, enthusiasm and a Thalidomid disability”.

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