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     Hilario Duran

Born: 1953, Havana
Genres: Jazz
Styles: Big Band, World Fusion, Latin Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Piano Jazz

Pianist Hilario Duran was born in 1953 in Havana, Cuba. He was naturally influenced by the greats of Cuban piano music like Ernesto Lecuona, Frank Emilio Flynn, and Peruchin. He studied and graduated from the revered Amadeo Roldan Music Institute in Havana, which has boasted fellow graduates Chucho Valdes, Paquito d'Rivera, and Gonzalo Rubalcaba. Duran also studied the tumbao with Evaristo Aparicio, composition and conducting with German Piferrer, and orchestral techniques with Guillermo Barreto. His early band Los D'Siempre was not as anchored in playing folkloric, traditional Cuban music or polyrhythmic music as expanding the harmonic language of it with jazz infusions. When d'Rivera and Arturo Sandoval defected from Cuba to the U.S. in 1980 and Irakere made their initial splash on the American music scene, Duran was inspired to follow their lead. The pianist joined Sandoval's band and remained for nine years from 1981-1990, collaborated with Dizzy Gillespie & the United Nations Orchestra, and worked with composer/arranger Michel Legrand. In 1990 Duran formed his own band, Perspectiva, touring through Latin America and Europe, and was the pianist in Jane Bunnett's award-winning Spirits of Havana band.

In 1995, after a final European tour with Perspectiva, Duran established his solo career and moved to Toronto, Canada, with his family. An important part of the Canadian music scene ever since, he has been a member of the jazz faculty at Humber College, acting as both an adjunct piano professor and ensemble director. The many musicians he has collaborated with include Tata Guines, Changuito, Horacio "El Negro" Hernandez, Jorge Reyes, Roberto Occhipinti, Larry Cramer, John Patitucci, Michael Brecker, Regina Carter, Dave Valentin, Juan Pablo Torres, John Benitez, Dafnis Prieto, Hugh Marsh, Carlos "Patato" Valdes, and Leny Andrade, as well as classical ensembles Quartetto Gelato and the Gryphon Trio. Bunnett's Spirits of Havana CD won a Juno award in 1990, while Duran himself was nominated in 2003 for a Juno for the CD Havana Remembered, and won in 2005 for New Danzon. In 2005 Duran formed his Latin Jazz Big Band with Canadian and Cuban musicians in Toronto, collaborating with Russia's Globalis Symphony Orchestra and playing arrangements by Roberto Occhipinti.

-Michael G. Nastos (All Music Guide)

Ресурсы сети, связанные с исполнителем:
www.latinjazznet.com/2010/10/03/reviews/concerts/hilario-duran-celebrates-his-35-years-of-musical-career/ About
www.canadianjazzarchive.org/en/musicians/hilario-duran.html About
musicians.allaboutjazz.com/musician.php?id=16743 Biography & articles on 'All About Jazz'
www.hilarioduran.com/index.htm Personal website. Biography, discography
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilario_Duran About from 'wikipedia'
en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilario_Duran About from 'wapedia.mobi' [mobile]
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CD коллекции, связанные с исполнителем:
  как основной исполнитель ...
 Hilario Duran - 'From The Heart' - 2006, Alma Records
 Hilario Duran - 'Motion' - 2010, Alma UK
 Hilario Duran - 'New Danzon' - 2004, Alma Records
  как соисполнитель ...
 David Buchbinder - 'Odessa / Havana' - 2007, Tzadik
 Jane Bunnett - 'Cuban Odyssey' - 2003, Blue Note
 Jane Bunnett - 'Havana Flute Summit' - 1997, Naxos
 Jane Bunnett - 'Ritmo & Soul' - 2000, Blue Note
 Jane Bunnett - 'Spirits Of Havana' - 1993, Messidor
 Arturo Sandoval - 'L.A. Meetings' - 2001, Cubop Records
 Arturo Sandoval - 'Tumbaito' - 1986, Messidor

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