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Trio Da Paz at Jazz Standard Oct 14,15,16

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October 6, 2005

To: Listings/Critics/Features From: JAZZ PROMO SERVICES Press Contact: JIM EIGO, [email protected]



TRIO DA PAZ Romero Lubambo - Guitar Nilson Matta - Bass Duduka Da Fonseca - Drums

Perfoming selections from their new CD “SOMEWHERE" at Jazz Standard 116 East 27th Street New York, N.Y. 10016 212-576-2232 http://www.jazzstandard.net

October 14, 15, 16, 2005 Showtimes are 7:30pm & 9:30pm nightly with a third show at 11:30pm on Friday & Saturday only

Tickets $25.00 Friday & Saturday, $20.00 Sunday No minimum.

Brazilian Jazz Super Group Trio Da Paz Releases Somewhere -- A Captivating CD of Bossa and Samba Jazz Masterworks Blue Toucan BTM 005



After a three-year absence from the recording studio that must seem like an eternity for their followers, Trio Da Paz returns with Somewhere, to be released September 20 on the Blue Toucan label. It's a celebration of the famed trio's singular artistry, loaded with the kind of exquisite, virtuosic and illuminating performances that have made them one of the world's most popular exponents of Brazilian jazz of the past two decades. The 13-track program ranges from bossa nova classics of their homeland to modern jazz standards, well-known motion picture themes and even the Brazilian National Anthem. Although the works represent different cultures and time periods, all are linked through the trio's highly intuitive readings via the common language of jazz samba and bossa.

For more info visit www.bluetoucanmusic.com













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