A “thoroughbred” from team Ponderosa takes to the stage at Womex, the Portuguese festival-fair long devoted to the exportation of world music.
More than 20 years have elapsed since the release of “I Giorni”, Ludovico Einaudi’s last piano solo album. In a sense, “Underwater”, his new album slated for release on January 21st with Decca Records, is a sort of return to origins for the Piedmontese pianist-composer, who for the occasion has gone back to the core of his own music.
Jazz, after all, is a peculiar genre: drawing life from the heritage of its past great masters, of course, but at the same time constantly reinventing itself and, in this day and age, offering a veritable manifesto about the meaning of the word “change”. Jazz, like a sponge, absorbs everything around it: history, landscapes, the evolution of humanity and social needs. Within this constant change it must make no excuses, but always look towards the future.
An interview with Ricky Kej, the activist and musician who recently released “Divine Tides”, his latest album with Stewart Copeland.
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