martes, 17 de septiembre de 2013

The violinist Ali Bello seeks his own star


His experiment resulted in the Big Apple. After numerous interventions with different groups and orchestras in different scenarios Ali Bello with his ability, creativity and desires, an achievement that New York gave him the if.
Perhaps the most important for Mr. Bello is the acceptance that has been in a music community as complex and demanding, highlighting the number of requests it receives to bring his violin.
The action has met with Peruvian singer Susana Baca, former Minister of Culture of the Country, the ever present Orquesta Tipica 73, the bandoneon player Raul Jaurena, Mercedes Sosa, Cheo Feliciano, Rudy Calzado, Orquesta Broadway, vibraphonist Alfredo Naranjo and El guajeo, which  permitted know more deeply the rhythms of the continent.
Venezuelan born Alí Bello has become one of the most versatile and sought after violinists on the New York scene. He has distinguished himself with his versatility in different Latin and jazz music styles in addition to his well-founded classical training and multidimensional improvisational skills. Alí began his music training in El Sistema - the National System of Youth Orchestras of Venezuela, in his native country. His music education was guided by great figures of the Venezuelan music stage, including José Antonio Abreu, creator and founder of El Sistema. Mr. Abreu is internationally known as the force behind the successful Venezuelan music education program disseminating worldwide and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, as well as being the mentor of several international artists, most notably the star Musical Director of the L.A. Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel.
To further develop his carrier, Alí moved from Caracas to New York. He instantly became an active participant in the local jazz and Latin music scene, developing his skills in the myriad musical worlds of the city. His credits and talents stretch across many genres, including jazz, classical, pop, R&B, Middle Eastern, flamenco, and especially the many styles of South American music.
"Connection Caracas New York" is an album which comes to life as an exploration, combination, and what could even be considered a reinvention of different traditional and contemporary music styles. The album's many musical colors and textures create canvases of musical intermixtures in which Alí's virtuosic violin, and its very distinctive palette of sounds and timbre, is the protagonist.
Now Mr. Bello is preparing to launch their first CD "Connection Caracas-New York" backed seal calibrated Zoho Music and musical equipment including excellent also count the Venezuelan pianist Luis Perdomo.
The filing day and time to market will be the next October 8 according to information from our friend Jim Eigo, head of advertising and promotional aspect.
¡¡Viva The Latin Jazz!!

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