Australian pianist Sarah McKenzie, in Rome to present her last two albums

Australian pianist Sarah McKenzie, in Rome to present her last two albums
Australian pianist Sarah McKenzie, in Rome to present her last two albums

Sixty years after the legendary concert at Carnegie Hall in New York on 21 November 1962, where João Gilberto, Luiz Bonfá, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Sérgio Mendes and many others, introduced the sounds of the Brazilian bossa nova, still little known, to the world. in Brazil, the Australian pianist Sarah McKenzie honors this anniversary with the release, scheduled for the beginning of next year, of a record entitled “Voice of Rio” in collaboration with two Brazilian masters, the guitarist Romero Lubambo and the cellist Jaques Morelenbaum. “The idea for the album was born after the success of Jobin’s song” Corcovado “that we re-proposed in my latest record” Music connects our world “released last summer and recorded remotely with 30 musicians from 11 different countries, during lockdown. In the disc there is also the trumpet of Fabrizio Bosso in the song “I wish you love”, says McKenzie who on Thursday 21 October was in Rome and in the next few days will also be in Milan, to promote his two recordings. «I am very happy to present, as a preview for the Italian public, the Voice of Rio project live in 5 concerts, from 29 December to 2 January 2022, at Umbria Jazz. Where I will be accompanied by Morelenbaum and Lubambo », concludes the artist.

October 22, 2021 – Updated October 22, 2021, 08:35

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Australian pianist Sarah McKenzie Rome present albums

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