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Den Entertainment presents Leo Genovese 'Seeds' Album Release featuring Esperanza Spalding, Dan Blake, and Bob Gullotti at SubCulture
(Published: August 13, 2013)

Reducing Leo Genovese into a jazz pianist would not entirely define him: as he likes to say, "Music is not always about music". Born and raised in Venado Tuerto, Argentina, Genovese considers music as a concept in its whole rather than just seeing the entertainment aspect. After studying classical and contemporary music in Argentina, he moved to Boston in 2001 to attend the prestigious Berklee College of Music. A crucial step into the jazz world gave him the opportunity to collaborate with Grammy-winning jazz bassist and vocalist Esperanza Spalding, for who he has recorded and toured worldwide, including a performance for Obama's Nobel Peace Price Ceremony. Leo is now releasing his new album Seeds, which was recorded in just a single day, expressing his ephemeral and improvisational work within progressive jazz music. He will be performing on the SubCulture stage with Spalding, along with saxophonist Dan Blake and drummer Bob Gullotti.
Tix: $12 in advance / $15 at the door

More Information: http://www.subculturenewyork.com

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