Macayú Trio | Landscapes

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Landscapes

by Macayú Trio

Macayú Trio’s music lives at the intersection of cultures and continents. Bold and spirited improvisers with a refined chamber music sensibility, Yulia, Catherine, and Maxim weave a sonic tapestry of the Americas, Armenia, and Eastern Europe.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Evan's Samba
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2. Na Vulitsi
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3. Fazendo as Malas
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4. Tango Trece
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5. Landscapes
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6. Mãos Abertas
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7. Tamzara
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8. Som Der Seilerei
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9. Inseguranca
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10. Khnki Tsar
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Macayú Trio:

Yulia Musayelyan - Flutes, Duduk
Catherine Bent - Cello
Maxim Lubarsky - Piano

Friends in Boston, and colleagues at Berklee College of Music, Yulia, Catherine, and Maxim all play classical music and jazz and are professional musicians working in multiple genres. They came together as Macayú Trio through their shared love of the music of Brazil and Argentina, and a variety of experiences of living and working in those musical traditions. Yulia and Maxim tap their roots from Russia and Ukraine and a sensibility for music from Eastern Europe. Catherine and Yulia have lived respectively in Brazil and Argentina. The trio creates dynamic conversations between these diverse elements, in both their compositions and improvisations.

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