Chan connecting Classical and Jazz

Ho Hum Records has announced the release of classical pianist Rosey Chan’s debut album “One”. Produced by Sting, the album showcases a genre-blending combination of classical and jazz with Chan’s interpretations of works by Bach, Debussy, Bill Evans and Tom Waits.

The greatest jazz piano album ever?

Alone is a re-issue of Bill Evan’s first solo piano album. The musical compilation contains seven bonus tracks, of which six are alternative takes from the Alone sessions. These sessions were discovered and never issued before. It sounds like we have Bill Evans at his best.

Keith Jarrett’s divine inspiration

Pianist Keith Jarrett at his finest when he recorded solo improvisation ‘La Scala’ in 1995. Melodies and rhythmic elements are played by his hands with ease, while he moves from one part to another.

Horowitz the great Master of all

This cd box set includes all of the recordings that Horowitz did for Deutsche Grammophon in the ’80s, including his concert in Moscow. While the context of his return in Moscow may be very touching, the studio recordings are simply beautiful.