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International Musicians

I have found some incredible international artists in my journey, if you know of some we need to know about please share, or if you come from another country let us know about you!

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THE JAZZ NETWORK INTERNATIONAL ARTIST FEATURE ~ JULIO FOWLER

JULIO FOWLER Utopias’ tour 09/10 Spain-based Cuban artist Julio Fowler, as heir to the Vieja y Nueva Trova (old & New Cuban song), expands and diversifies the horizons of classic Cuban sounds. He belong to that wave of Cuban singer songwriter known as “Topo's generation” because of it’s underground status. His music is a mixture of original identity & vanguard, an assembly of his roots with all those musical trends compatible with it. Julio Fowler is a musical alchemist whose own special blend of magic comes from his knack for combining the popular and traditional elements of “Cuban Music” with sounds and rhythms from other cultures such as flamenco, jazz, funk or Bossa nova. From this melting pot of influences he has brought into existence a highly refreshing and original set of melodies, rhythms and timbres. Your sound could be considered "musical fusion" of the highest order as his lack of musical inhibitions allows him to move effortlessly from guaguancó to boleros as he flirts openly with bulería while at the same time showing his overt passion for jazz in a surprising mix of acoustic and electronic. If you are interested in presenting Julio Fowler in concert, please feel free to send us your proposal. CONTACT: Booking & Management Maria Sanchez maria@mariasanchez.es

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Comment by Japhet Laryea on February 1, 2010 at 5:27pm
I am japhet laryea a young talented percussionist and a backup- vocalist well i am interested in playing in your band as a percussionist well i started playing percussionist instrument at the age of 8years and this are the kinds of instrument i play in the band Bongos,Congas,Chimes,Shaker,Africa drum,Tambourine frame drums,Ibo drums,etc well i live in Ghana West-Africa and i want to came join your band and play with you as a percussionist i hope to hear from you again.
Comment by Gerald Gradwohl on January 10, 2010 at 12:20pm
I am a Jazz/Fusion Artist from Austria..please check out my website www.gradwohl.at!

Comment by Brandino on November 19, 2009 at 2:44am
Comment by S.Koray Özçelik on October 8, 2009 at 7:19pm
Thank you so much for your kind words, nicky. I did my first jazz score which name is "power of the love" I love blues & jazz music...
Best Regards,
S.Koray Özçelik
Comment by nicky quick on October 8, 2009 at 1:16am
hey sait.. nice to find you've joined here.. you are an excellent composer so if you want to write jazz scores i'm sure you can.. all the best :-)
Comment by S.Koray Özçelik on October 7, 2009 at 5:32pm
Hello my friends,
Great to be here. I am from Turkey. I am a film and symphonic music composer...I can not say for myself to be a jazz artist because you are excellent in jazz but I have my own style in jazz and blues music.

Best Regards,
S.Koray Özçelik
www.saitkoray.com
Comment by JOHNNY CONGA on September 29, 2009 at 10:08am
Glad to be here!...Volcano Percussion Artist-"JC" Johnny Conga
Comment by Norberto Tamburrino on September 24, 2009 at 10:24am

Hey All, here some new jazz music from the new album Reflection(s) on Monk, Philology by Norberto Tamburrino on piano featuring J D Allen tenor sax, Joseph Lepore bass Bruce Cox drums.. I hope U enjoy!
Visit my web site
Comment by Luca Ellis on September 17, 2009 at 2:29am
Thrilled to be here with all you worldly musicians and singers! I specialize in crooning the standards like Frank Sinatra. I'm not an impersonator although I've completely borrowed his style and phrasing. I'm a citizen of the U.S. and Europe. I can fly anywhere! Even the moon, metaphorically speaking of course. Would love to see the world riding the coattails of my voice. See you on the other side!!!
www.lucaellis.com
Comment by Francesco Crosara on August 15, 2009 at 5:56pm


Hello All,
Great to be part of this community. I am an Italian jazz pianist/composer based out of Los Angeles, but primarily performing abroad - for no particular reason except that I love to travel and share music with other amazing cultures.

In September I will be on tour in Japan. On my website (www.francescojazz.com) you can see details about 2 festivals in Mexico, and previously, performances in Italy, France, Spain, Canada, Hawaii, Chicago, etc.

The greatest benefit of performing internationally is to get to meet musicians from diverse cultures and backgrounds, sharing their life for a few days, and exploring different ethnic culinary experiences - best of all some homecooking at family dinners...

What does it take to perform internationally? Work on your network of friends and contacts, share your love, be generous (always bring a gift when you arrive) and especially don't be too attached to the outcome or to the financial gain. Often these gigs come without a specific income guarantee and don't cover much in terms of costs. Financially, not the best idea, but culturally, priceless.

All the best,
Francesco Crosara
 

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