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     Romero Lubambo

Born in Rio de Janeiro in 1955, Romero Lubambo studied classical piano and music theory as a young boy. From the time he played his first notes on the guitar at age thirteen, he devoted himself to that instrument. Lubambo graduated from the Villa-Lobos School of Music in Rio in 1978, an outstanding student of classical guitar; and, in 1980, received a degree in mechanical engineering from the Pontificia Universidade Catolica do Rio de Janeiro.

The rhythms and melodies defining Brazilian music and American jazz fascinated Lubambo. He taught himself through intense research and practice, developing exceptional skill, versatility and fluency in both jazz and Brazilian idioms. In 1985, Romero left Brazil for New York, where he became very much in demand, not only for his authentic Brazilian sound, but also for his command of a variety of styles. After reconnecting with fellow Brazilians Duduka da Fonseca and Nilson Matta, their impromptu sessions eventually led to the formation of Trio da Paz, a Brazilian Jazz trio widely recognized for their innovation, creativity and dynamic intensity. The group has become a major force in revitalizing and evolving the rich Brazilian musical legacy. Since their successful debut album "Brazil From The Inside" Trio da Paz has continued to break new ground with their special blend of traditional Brazilian rhythms and jazz improvisation.

Romero has also established himself as a composer and performer on his own critically acclaimed recording projects and collaborations with many outstanding artists, including Dianne Reeves, Michael Brecker, Yo-Yo Ma, Kathleen Battle, Diana Krall, Herbie Mann, Wynton Marsalis, Jane Monheit, Kenny Barron, Ivan Lins, Grover Washington Jr., Vernon Reid, Flora Purim and Airto, Sadao Watanabe, Paquito D'Rivera, Harry Belafonte, Larry Coryell, Gato Barbieri, Leny Andrade, James Carter, Paula Robison, Dave Weckl, Claudia Acuna, Jason Miles, Regina Carter, Luciana Souza, Gil Goldstein and Cesar Camargo Mariano among many others.


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musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=14875 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romero_Lubambo About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romero_Lubambo About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной соисполнитель ...
 David Chesky - 'The New York Chorinhos' - 1992, Chesky
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 Claudia Acuna - 'Rhythm Of Life' - 2002, Prospekt, Universal Int.
 Gabriela Anders - 'Last Tango In Rio' - 2004, Narada
 Gato Barbieri - 'The Shadow Of The Cat' - 2002, Peak
 Kenny Barron - 'Canta Brasil' - 2002, Sunnyside
 Kathleen Battle - 'So Many Stars' - 1995, Sony Classical
 Laverne Butler - 'No Looking Back' - 1992, Chesky
 Charlie Byrd - 'My Inspiration. Music Of Brazil' - 1999, Concord Jazz
 Charlie Byrd - 'Plays Jobim' - 2002, Concord Jazz
 Joey Calderazzo - 'Amanecer' - 2007, Marsalis, Rounder
 Ana Caram - 'Bossa Nova' - 1995, Chesky
 James Carter - 'Chasin' The Gypsy' - 2000, Atlantic
 David Chesky - 'The Tangos And Dances' - 1992, Chesky, Phono
 Greg Cohen - 'Way Low' - 1998, DIW
 Paquito D'Rivera - 'A Night In Englewood' - 1994, Messidor
 Paquito D'Rivera - 'Tico! Tico!' - 1989, Chesky
 Dave Douglas - 'Freak In' - 2003, Bluebird
 Jane Duboc - 'Sweet Lady Jane' - 2002, Columbia, Jam
 Michael Franks - 'Rendezvous In Rio' - 2006, Koch
 Michael Franks - 'Watching The Snow' - 2003, Sleeping Gypsy, Rhino
 Astrud Gilberto - 'Astrud Gilberto Plus James Last Orchestra' - 1987, Verve, Polygram
 Jon Hendricks - 'Freddie Freeloader' - 1990, Denon
 Vincent Herring - 'Jobim For Lovers' - 1999, Musicmasters
 Angelique Kidjo - 'Black Ivory Soul' - 2002, Sony Music
 Yo-Yo Ma - 'Obrigado Brazil' - 2003, Sony Classical
 Yo-Yo Ma - 'Songs Of Joy & Peace' - 2008, Sony Classical
 Herbie Mann - 'America - Brazil' - 1997, Lightyear
 Eric Marienthal - 'Sweet Talk' - 2003, JVC Victor
 Jason Miles - 'A Love Affair: Music Of Ivan Lins' - 2000, Telarc
 Jason Miles - 'Brazillian Nights Featuring Romero Lubambo' - 2002, Q Records
 Jane Monheit - 'Taking A Chance On Love' - 2004, Sony
 Jane Monheit - 'The Heart Of The Matter' - 2013, Decca, Emarcy
 Jane Monheit - 'The Lovers, The Dreamers And Me' - 2008, Concord
 Marisa Monte - 'Mais' - 1991, World Pacific
 Marisa Monte - 'Rose And Charcoal' - 1994, Blue Note
 New York Voices - 'Collection' - 1994, GRP
 New York Voices - 'Hearts Of Fire' - 1991, GRP
 Michel Petrucciani - 'Music' - 1989, Blue Note
 Dianne Reeves - 'Bridges' - 1999, Blue Note
 Dianne Reeves - 'In The Moment. Live In Concert' - 2000, Blue Note
 Dianne Reeves - 'The Calling: Celebrating Sarah Vaughan' - 2001, Blue Note
 Janis Siegel - 'Sketches Of Broadway' - 2004, Telarc
 Luciana Souza - 'Brazilian Duos' - 2002, Sunnyside
 Luciana Souza - 'Duos II' - 2005, Sunnyside
 Luciana Souza - 'The New Bossa Nova' - 2007, Verve
 Richard Stoltzman - 'Worldbeat Bach' - 2000, RCA
 Towa Tei - 'Future Listening !' - 1995, Elektra Entertainment, Ars Nova
 Steve Turre - 'Steve Turre' - 1996, Polygram

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