THE CHANGING SAME: LATIN- AMERICAN JAZZ
This project aims at investigating the different styles of jazz that have evolved in diverse Latin American regions, influenced by the cultural background of its performers and the fusion that they have achieved with contemporary jazz. At the same time, it delivers a creative work accompanied by a studio DEMO composed of 5 songs, each of which is committed to a different fusion representing the selected countries. The findings of this work can be summarized as follows: theoretically: the concept known as Latin Jazz responds to a marketing solution and much of the time does not reflect the different variants that have evolved and are present in the contemporary jazz scene in Latin America; practically: the skills acquired during this course, together with what I have learned through this work, offer me the tools to project myself with an innovative proposal in the international market as a singer of New Latin American Jazz.
Valencia (Spain) Campus
Latin Jazz; Contemporary Jazz; New Latin American Jazz; Fusion
Guerra, Zule. “THE CHANGING SAME: LATIN- AMERICAN JAZZ.” Master's thesis, Berklee College of Music, 2019. https://remix.berklee.edu/graduate-studies-contemporary-performance/166.