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I’m thrilled to share with you a video of our concert at the Blue Note, New York! This is an iconic venue and the concert had the support of the Consulate General of Portugal in New York and Instituto Camões!
Here’s the link!
I’m really looking forward to the concerts I have planned for this Summer! Please check my Calendar section for more details.
These passed days I was listening to our last show at the Neighborhood Church of Greenwich Village and I was so happy with the recording that I decided to make it available to you for a limited period of time!
It will be on my Bandcamp for 10 days for a symbolic price. Also, if you buy the new album I will send it for free! The live recording features Jeremy Udden, Jeremy Powell, André Matos and JK Kim.
Another rave review of "The Garden of Earthly Delights" on All About Jazz by Friedrich Kunzmann!
"The Garden Of Earthly Delights is an ambitious recording by a visionary musician who has surrounded himself with like-minded peers for an hour of extravagant fun that carries energy outward as much as it reflects inward."
Click here to read the full review!
Some days ago, I had the chance to talk with Gerador about music and behond! Here's the result:
The release concert is this Sunday at The Owl Music Parlor, 8pm!
Thank you so much for all who in one way or another helped me in doing this album! Special thanks to my brothers: Eitan Gofman, Oskar Stenmark, Jeremy Powell, André Matos and Rodrigo Recabarren for playing so well!
Also, thanks to Pete Rende, Nate Wood, Margarida Girao, Outside in Music, Raquel Lains, Red Cat Publicity and The Bunker Studio!
Very very special thanks to my family, Ana Elisa Pereira and Francisca (this one is for you)!
I’m so excited to tell you that the second single - “The Forlorn Mill” - was premiered by JazzTimes, one of the most prestigious Jazz magazines.
Thanks Dan Bilawsky for this wonderful review on "The Garden of Earthly Delights" on All About Jazz!
"[...] This stunning suite is the result."
"Strong performances abound across the album, as each track manages to stand on its own and complement the others."
"[...] Carvalho's work, like that of his inspiration for this project, is both in bounds and out of this world, presenting earthly delights and otherworldly insights all at once."