March
3rd 2007
Show #2: Luis Perdomo

Posted under Pianists & Podcast

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Jason Crane interviews pianist Luis Perdomo. Since coming to New York from his native Venezuela, Perdomo has blossomed as a player. As a student at the Manhattan School of Music and at Queens College, he studied with pianists Harold Danko and Sir Roland Hanna. As a professional musician, he’s played with Ray Baretto, Ravi Coltrane, Miguel Zenon, Dafnis Prieto, and Timbalaye, to name a few. Perdomo’s adventurous new record is Awareness (RKM Music, 2006). It features his working trio of Hans Glawischnig on bass and Eric McPherson on drums, and on several tracks, an expanded group with bassist Henry Grimes and drummer Nasheet Waits. Find out more about Luis Perdomo at LuisPerdomoJazz.com.

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  1. jasoncrane.org » Blog Archive » Two new episodes of The Jazz Session on 12 Mar 2007 at 9:18 am #

    […] Show #2: Luis Perdomo Since coming to New York from his native Venezuela, Perdomo has blossomed as a player. As a student at the Manhattan School of Music and at Queens College, he studied with pianists Harold Danko and Sir Roland Hanna. As a professional musician, he’s played with Ray Baretto, Ravi Coltrane, Miguel Zenon, Dafnis Prieto, and Timbalaye, to name a few. Perdomo’s adventurous new record is Awareness (RKM Music, 2006). It features his working trio of Hans Glawischnig on bass and Eric McPherson on drums, and on several tracks, an expanded group with bassist Henry Grimes and drummer Nasheet Waits. […]

  2. The Latin Jazz Corner » The Jazz Session Podcast and Blog on 19 Jun 2007 at 11:13 am #

    […] professionalism and earnest interest; I got quite a bit out of it. My next listen there will be an interview with Venezuelan pianist Luis Pedromo, and I’ll most likely be back for more after that. There’s a lot to offer on the site, […]

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