Mons Records Tag Archive

Featured Artist Interview with Konstantin Reinfeld.

Recently Konstantin Reinfeld and Christoph Spangenberg released a Duo Album under the name REINBERG paying homage to the late, great Toots Thielemans. The album titled “Old...

Featured Gig | Miriam Ast and Victor Gutierrez – Secret Songs Album Launch.

Miriam Ast and Victor Gutierrez will launch their latest album “Secret Songs” at the EFG London Jazz Festival on the 20th of November. The concert will be at Pizza...

Big Band der Deutschen Oper Berlin | A Soul Journey

Some projects can seem like haut cuisine recipes: the long list of ingredients alone can have chefs quaking in their boots. But then again, the mere thought of the delights to...

Interview with Miriam Ast & Victor Gutierrez.

Recently we reviewed a CD by German Vocalist and Sax player Miriam Ast and Spanish pianist Victor Gutierrez. These two young musicians met during their studies at Royal Academy of...

An interview with saxophonist Paul Heller

German based Saxophonist Paul Heller could easily rank as one of the most prolific jazz players on the European scene at the moment. At the age of 47 Paul has produced 11 albums...

CD Review | Paul Heller meets Roman Schwaller

Tenor saxophonist Paul Heller at the age of 47 has already produced a discography many jazz musicians twice his age would be envious of. His latest release “Paul Heller...

The Zurich Jazz Orchestra, An interview with Steffen Schorn

Formed in 1995 the Zurich Jazz Orchestra has rightly earned it’s place among Europe’s top professional Big Bands. From it’s humble beginnings as a rehearsal band and...

CD Review | Zurich Jazz Orchestra, “Three Pictures”

For lovers of big band music Europe is a great place to be. The continent is rich in tradition and sports many top class professional ensembles. The Zurich Jazz Orchestra can...

Zurich Jazz Orchestra | Three Pictures.

The Zurich Jazz Orchestra (ZJO) was first launched in 1995. What began twenty three years ago as a “rehearsal band for local composers and arrangers” is now a...