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KCC Productions presents Mino Cinelu's World Jazz Ensemble
(Published: January 06, 2014)

January 9, Zinc Bar, 82 W 3rd St, NYC, 9:45 and 11 PM

World-renowned musician Mino Cinelu has assembled a new quartet – the exciting World Jazz Ensemble, which enhances Cinelu’s virtuosic percussion with a synthesis of bass and tuba. The quartet comprising Cinelu, keyboardist Jamishied Sharifi, bass guitarist Tony Grey and Ben Stapp on tuba, offers a unique repertoire of instrumental and vocal works, a mélange that bridges world and jazz orchestrations.

As a teenager, Cinelu toured and recorded with musical giants Miles Davis, Weather Report, Herbie Hancock, Sting, Stevie Wonder, Lou Reed and others. Cinelu’s multi-instrument collaborations and facility with a wide range of styles established him as a formidable talent. Today he is a renowned composer, producer and band leader. The World Jazz Ensemble showcases his maturity as a musician and his boundless passion for new sounds.


"With Mino Cinelu, any music swings."
Miles Davis
"Mino can make anybody dance."
Sting
“The best percussionnist in the World."
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