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Carlos Jimenez

This is a smooth and relaxing Latin jazz and jazz with a little fusion style. Featuring: Hilton Ruiz, Dave Valentin, Lewis Kahn, Bobby Porcelli, Aryam Vazquez, Geoff Brennan, Adam Weber & Guillermo Jimenez

Carlos Jimenez, Flautist Yonkers, New York native Carlos Jimenez is the next generation of extraordinary flute players. He follows in the footsteps of greats such as Jose Fajardo, Dave Valentin, Nestor Torres. Carlos’ musical passion began at the age of four, when under the guidance of his father he learned to play the trumpet. The family returned to Villalba, Puerto Rico where the then six-year-old musician continued his musical training eventually landing him admission to the prestigious Fransisco Zayas Santana High School in Villalba, Puerto Rico, where he studied with the famous maestro, Professor Pablo Leon.

In 1995 Carlos returned to New York City to study at the Music Conservatory of Westchester. While completing one year of his education in classical music, he expanded his repertoire to jazz studying with master musicians Dave Valentin, Hilton Ruiz, Mario Rivera, Bobby Porcelli, Sonny Bravo and Mike Longo.

His talent and passion for Jazz, Latin Jazz, Salsa, as well as Brazilian and Asian sounds has resulted in him recording with many musical greats, including; Hilton Ruiz, Stephane Ronget, Saunders Sermons, Willie Cintron, Sonny Bravo, Edy Martinez, Alfredo Valdez Jr., David Braham, Ruben Rodriguez, Dave Valentin, Jay Hoggard, David SCHNITTER, Jerome JENNINGS, Orlando VEGA, Geoff Brennan, Chris SMITH, Fidel Cuellar, Jeremy BRUN, Lewis Kahn, Gregg August, Adam Weber, Vince Cherico, Guillermo Jimenez, Aryam Vazquez, Wilson Corniel, Juan Rodriguez, George Cintron and Bobby Porcelli.

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El Flautista

Carlos Jimenez

This hot Latin jazz album will make you move and dance all day & night. Featuring, Bobby Porcelli, John Walsh, Chmbo Corniel, Gregg August, David Braham & Guillermo Jimenez

Carlos Jimenez, Flautist Yonkers, New York native Carlos Jimenez is the next generation of extraordinary flute players. He follows in the footsteps of greats such as Jose Fajardo, Dave Valentin, Nestor Torres. Carlos’ musical passion began at the age of four, when under the guidance of his father he learned to play the trumpet. The family returned to Villalba, Puerto Rico where the then six-year-old musician continued his musical training eventually landing him admission to the prestigious Fransisco Zayas Santana High School in Villalba, Puerto Rico, where he studied with the famous maestro, Professor Pablo Leon.

In 1995 Carlos returned to New York City to study at the Music Conservatory of Westchester. While completing one year of his education in classical music, he expanded his repertoire to jazz studying with master musicians Dave Valentin, Hilton Ruiz, Mario Rivera, Bobby Porcelli, Sonny Bravo and Mike Longo.

His talent and passion for Jazz, Latin Jazz, Salsa, as well as Brazilian and Asian sounds has resulted in him recording with many musical greats, including; Hilton Ruiz, Stephane Ronget, Saunders Sermons, Willie Cintron, Sonny Bravo, Edy Martinez, Alfredo Valdez Jr., David Braham, Ruben Rodriguez, Dave Valentin, Jay Hoggard, David SCHNITTER, Jerome JENNINGS, Orlando VEGA, Geoff Brennan, Chris SMITH, Fidel Cuellar, Jeremy BRUN, Lewis Kahn, Gregg August, Adam Weber, Vince Cherico, Guillermo Jimenez, Aryam Vazquez, Wilson Corniel, Juan Rodriguez, George Cintron and Bobby Porcelli.

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Goza Nena Goza

Carlos Jimenez

Goza Nena Goza which means "Have Fun Girl Have Fun" is a delighted and danceable album for everyone that loves the mixing sounds of Salsa Latin Jazz Pop.

Carlos Jimenez' Music Is Fun and they try to give it a 100% effort meaning that their album consist of four member only but what a powerful quartet. Due to the economy it had to be this way but Jimenez says it's a built in platform and ready for a big band with complete and full arrangements when needed.

Carlos Jimenez, flute/vocals/composer/producer Enrique Haneine, piano Lloyd Nilsen, bass Rafael Monteagudo, drums/vocals

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