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Quinsin Nachoff | Horizons Ensemble

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Horizons Ensemble

by Quinsin Nachoff

NYC-based Canadian saxophonist-composer Quinsin Nachoff explores classical/jazz genre-busting chamber music. Featuring British pianist John Taylor, Dutch cellist Ernst Reijseger, violinists Nathalie Bonin and Parmela Attariwala.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Bogardus Place
8:53 album only
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2. Desert Landscape
13:29 album only
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3. A River Remembers Rain
8:16 album only
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4. Cartoons
9:51 album only
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5. Glacial Lake
10:50 album only
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6. African Skies
13:47 album only
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Described as "an enticing combination of plangent romanticism and dark percussive drama" (AllAboutJazz), Horizons Ensemble, features the talents of British pianist John Taylor, Dutch cellist Ernst Reijseger, violinists Nathalie Bonin and Parmela Attariwila and the leader, saxophonist and composer, Quinsin Nachoff.

A blending of classical and jazz influences, "Horizons Ensemble is one of the more serious sounding and successful units to emerge from the underground fully (in)formed." (Downtown Music Gallery - NYC) "Bold, diverse and filled with compelling counterpoint" (Downbeat Magazine) "Horizons Ensemble marks Nachoff as a major young jazz composer." (**** Globe&Mail - Canada's National Newspaper) "An impressive, intense, and colourful musical experience." (JazzReview.com)

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