Label: MVM Music
Ritmo, Color y Sabor; La Flor de la Canela; Cuadra 11; Madame Bantu; Maria Landó; El Talara.
Additional Personnel / Information
Steve Wade: trumpet; Harry Ostrander: trumpet ; Ryan Deweese: trumpet; Ian Holmquist: trumpet; Aaron Janik: trumpet; Taylor Covey: trombone; Bob Lawrence: trombone; Ken Eernisse: Trombone; Tyler McGeough: trombone; Ken Eernisse: trombone; Patrick Lenertz: bass trombone; Kim Davis: Baritone Sax; Tim Cummins: Baritone sax; Michael Czaja: Tenor Sax; Miguel Menchaca: Alto Sax; Alex Johnson: Tenor sax; Gino Gamboa: Auxiliary Peruvian Percussion; Alex Whitmory: Cajon; Osmar Okuma: Double Bass; Alvaro Sovero: Electric Bass; Flavio Donoso: Auxiliary Peruvian Percussion; Alex Flavell: Piano; Anthony Lopez: Piano; Juvenal Falla: Keyboard; Miles Jensen: Guitar; Oscar Cavero: Acoustic Guitar; Arya Morales: Co-Producer; Rayner Fernandez: Co-Producer/Recording Engineer/Mixing Engineer; Cesar Benitez: Assistant Engineer; Carlos Rodgarman: Mixing Engineer; Reuben Cohen: Mastering Engineer; Fabricio Aguirre: Art Direction, Design, Illustrations; Light & Luxe Studios: Photography; Corchea Recording Studios: Recording Studio in Paramount, CA.
Afro Peruvian Jazz Orchestra is a 20-piece ensemble that specializes in Afro Peruvian music. The band combines elements of Jazz and traditional Peruvian rhythms which result in fresh sounds and creative new melodies. APJO was created by Anibal Seminario and Lorenzo Ferrero, both Peruvian composers/woodwind players. The music performed by the band is both original material and original arrangements of traditional Peruvian tunes. Some of the traditional rhythms enveloped within the performances are Lando, Festejo, Marinera, Zamacueca, and many others.. APJO recently debuted its first album, Tradiciones, advocating the marvelous culture and influential music of Peru. This debut album has captured the hearts of many around the world, resulting in their debut album receiving two Latin Grammy nominations.
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