• Virtuosen der leisen Töne

    December 4, 2016

    Thank you Rolf Thomas for this nice review in the current edition of JAZZTHING magazine: Der dänische Bassist Morten Ramsbøl, lange Zeit der Mann für die tiefen Töne im Aarhus Jazz Orchestra, stieß bei seiner Lehrtätigkeit in Graz auf zwei junge Musiker, mit denen er sogleich ein Trio formte. Der kroatische Gitarrist Pippo Corvino und der… Read more »

  • GRAMMY nomination for the CD “Dreamliner”

    November 1, 2016

    “Dreamliner”, the duo recording of Saxophonist Heinrich von Kalnein and pianist Michael Abene has made it to the 59th Grammy Awards first round nominations in more than one category: Jazz: Category 31 – Best Improvised Jazz Solo #002 “Another Time” – Michael Abene Soloist #003 “Dreamliner” – Michael Abene Soloist Category 33 – Best Instrumental… Read more »

  • Adventurous Spirit

    September 1, 2016

    Thank you, Peter Bacon for a very nice and competent review: Jazz Bigband Graz – True Stories (Natango Music): What I like about this European big band, co-led by German saxophonist/flautist Heinrich von Kalnein and Austrian trumpeter Horst-Michael Schaffer is its adventurous spirit. It rarely sounds like a conventional jazz big band (whatever that is…)… Read more »

  • Morten Ramsbøl – Pippo Corvino – Anıl Bilgen HOW FAR IS THE MOON

    August 16, 2016

    We are very happy to announce that the CD “How Far Is The Moon” by Danish bassist Morten Ramsbøl, Montenegrian guitarist Pippo Corvino and Turkish pianist Anıl Bilgen will be out in stores by October 4, 2016. For more information contact our label manager John Heitzmann info@natangomusic.com“The chamber jazz of this trio can become truly… Read more »

  • 5 * for KAHIBA’s The Sixth Sense

    June 22, 2016

    Read the recent comment of a happy customer about KAHIBA’s The Sixth Sense: “This review will sound similar to others that I have posted. Well, here goes… I came across “The Sixth Sense”, listened to some of the samples and was impressed with the sound. Jazz? Yes! New Age? Possibly. Good? Yes. KAHIBA is a… Read more »