Jazz Pianists Bill Charlap and Renee Rosnes Perform Four-Hand Duets
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Now in its 12th year, the Spanish Harlem Orchestra is one of the most formidable and authentic Latin jazz combos around, with a sound that draws heavily from tradition while consistently pushing toward the genre's vibrant future. Directed by world-renowned pianist, arranger and producer Oscar Hernández, the all-star ensemble has introduced the thrilling sounds of New York City salsa to music lovers worldwide. Now they bring their irresistible sound to the music of the holidays in a festive celebration featuring yuletide rumbas, cha-cha-chás, mambos and more. The group channels the vintage salsa sounds of El Barrio in the '60s and '70s with full-bodied big band style, suave and soaring vocals, and crisp new arrangements of holiday favorites. Learn More
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Husband and wife, Bill Charlap & Renee Rosnes, team up for a performance of impassioned, eclectic, and extraordinary piano duets.
Renee Rosnes is one of the premier jazz pianists and composers of her generation. Having toured and recorded with many of the world's greatest musicians, her resume reads like a who's who of jazz. As a leader, Ms. Rosnes has released a series of nine inspired recordings on the Blue Note label, which have collectively garnered four Juno awards, the Canadian equivalent of a GRAMMY. She is also a founding member of the all-star band, the SFJAZZ Collective.
For more than a decade, pianist Bill Charlap has been forging a solo career characterized by swing, eloquence and a romantic musical sensibility. Twice GRAMMY nominated, he has released five superb albums for Blue Note records - CDs celebrating the American Songbook tradition, with songs of Hoagy Carmichael, Leonard Bernstein, and George Gershwin and others - that have afforded him an increased visibility as one of jazz's foremost pianists.