Bach’s Secret Files & More Crossover Fantasies

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Presenting our newest CD!  Available April 12 online and in stores everywhere.

The River of Night (BACH/BURGSTALLER: Praeludium 999) • A Start To Something (BACH: Praeludium XI) • Have Mercy (BACH: Ebarme Dich) • Aria and Count’s Insomnia (BACH: Goldberg Variations) • Shadow Cutting (SATIE: Gymnopédie 1) • Spanish Haze (RAVEL: Piece En Forme de Habanera) •  Without Words (MENDELSSOHN: Lieder Ohne Worte) • And The Stars Were Shining (PUCCINI: E Lucevan Le Stelle) •  Daydreaming Mambo (DEBUSSY: Rêverie)

Trumpeter Joe Burgstaller (Peabody Institute, formerly of Canadian Brass) and pianist Hector Martignon (Grammy Nominee in Latin Jazz 2009, 2011) team up for their second recording, an adventurous and approachable disc that organically combines Classical and Jazz in inventive re-imaginations.  Joined by Percussionist John Ferrari (Naumburg Award Winner) and Hans Glawischnig (Chick Corea, Ray Baretto), the BM4 has simultaneously ignited the excitement of both Classical and Jazz fans alike. BM4’s first recording, Mozart’s Blue Dreams, debuted directly onto the JazzRadio Charts and was featured on Classical stations all across the U.S.

With Very Special Guests: Brenda Feliciano – Soprano, Samuel Torres – Latin Percussion, Michael Kannen – Cello

In Association With: Summit Records, C.A.R.E. Music Group and Yamaha Band & Orchestral Instruments

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2 Responses to Bach’s Secret Files & More Crossover Fantasies

  1. Eli Epstein says:

    Hey Joe! That was really fun! Congratulations on your new album! Best, Eli

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