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Spring Song

by Vadim Neselovskyi

Combination of jazz,classical and world
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Song for Vera
8:00 $0.99
2. Who Is It?
5:05 $0.99
3. Last Snow
7:17 $0.99
4. Even Birds Can Fly
5:31 $0.99
5. Spring Song
6:00 $0.99
6. Prosti Zdenek
7:26 $0.99
7. Prelude for Vibes (vocal version)
3:56 $0.99
8. San Felio
6:11 $0.99
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Album Notes
“Vadim is one of the most original pianists around today”.
Gary Burton

“...The most promising of the young improvisers...”
The Guardian,UK

“...extraordinary playing...”
Los Angeles Times

“ Likely to become prominent names in jazz- Julian Lage and Vadim Neselovskyi”
Washington Post

“...a feathery touch...”
New York Times

NY-based pianist and composer, VADIM NESELOVSKYI, mostly known for his work with five-time Grammy Award winner Gary Burton, performs as the leader of his own band releasing his first CD, "SPRING SONG".

“SPRING SONG” features seven new original compositions by Vadim and a remake of his much celebrated "Prelude for Vibes"- the opening track on Gary Burton's latest record "Next Generation" (Concord Records).

Vadim's music is a remarkable blend derived from jazz, world and classical influences.
Born in the Ukraine, he studied classical piano and composition in Germany and graduated from the renown Berklee College of Music in Boston. This world class jazz player’s resume contains an array of collaborations with top-notch jazz figures such as Pat Metheny, Gary Burton, Dave Samuels, and Karryn Allisson. With his powerful band and his diverse musical background, Vadim Neseloivskyi’s “Spring Song” delivers a sound you may never have heard before.

Vadim Neselovskyi Biography

Vadim Neselovskyi grew up in Odessa, Ukraine then moved with his family to Dortmund, Germany when he was 17 years old. He began studying classical music at early age, and became interested in jazz in his teenage years. Shortly after arriving in Germany, he established himself in the local jazz scene, taking part in the Duesseldorf Jazz Rally and the Munich Jazzfest. After a few years, he decided to move to USA to further study at Berklee College of Music, graduating in 2004. In meantime, he has performed at various times with pianist Gonzalo Rubalcaba (in duet), Tiger Okoshi and Teri Lynn Carrington.

In December 2003, 5-time Grammy winner Gary Burton, after visiting one of Vadim’s shows, invited Vadim to be the pianist for a recording project that was to be produced by himself and guitarist Pat Metheny. Out of the eight selections on the recorded album, Vadim composed three.

After having graduated from Berklee in May 2004, Vadim joined Gary Burton’s new quintet, “Generations”. In November 2004, “Generations” went on to record a CD for Concord Records. The CD, which features two compositions and two arrangements by Vadim, was released worldwide in April 2005, and since then has repeatedly achieved #1 on several airplay charts in the US.

In years 2004-2006 Vadim has toured with Gary Burton’s “Generations“, appearing at numerous major jazz clubs and festivals around US, Europe and Japan.

In October 2005 Vadim moved to NYC and is quickly gaining reputation as one of the most important new voices on the world’s most vibrant music scene. In the meantime, he has performed/recorded with Dave Samuels, Karrin Allisson, George Garzone and Reach Perry among others. In early 2006, he was commissioned to be a composer/ arranger for an upcoming recording project by Richard Galliano, Gary Burton, James Genus and Clarence Penn for CAMJAZZ.

The Deutsche Phono-Akademie announced the 2006 winners of the
E C H O - K l a s s i k P r i z e s, Germany's top awards for the classical recording industry. The MDG release "Spirito Latino" wich features Vadim's composition "San Felio" won the"Classic without boundaries" Award.



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Rather tranquil, pensive and most hearty music, with a clear "indie-mode" - great musicians.