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Selected past performances
Telluride Jazz Celebration, Telluride, Colorado (US) w/guest Airto Moreira.
Also on the festival: Herbie Hancock, Terence Blanchard, Regina Carter, Neena Freelon, and Airto and Flora Purim.
Buenos Aires Jazz Festival, Argentina, feat. Kim Nazarian, Helio Alves, Fernando Huergo and Guillermo Nojechowicz
LRA Radio Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Scullers Jazz Club, Boston, MA feat. Avishai Cohen and Osmany ParedesCuraçao Jazz Festival feat. Itaiguara Brandao. Also on the festival: Richard Bona
National Public Radio's "Jazz Set” with host vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater (Grammy Award). Guillermo’s music was broadcast in 101 radios all over the United States.
Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA. Children's Festival Chorus with Guillermo Nojechowicz, directed by Christine Jordanoff feat. Kim Nazarian. This concert featured Guillermo's compositions and arrangements.
Sahara Club, Methuen, MA feat. John Lockwood, Doug Johnson
Hanover Theatre, Worcester, MA feat. Nando Michelin
Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT
Freihofer’s Jazz Festival, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, New York. The festival was produced by legendary George Wein
Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge, MA feat. Hendrik Meurkens, Osmany Paredes
Sahara Club, Methuen, MA. The Claudio Roditi Quartet with John Lee, Guillermo Nojechowicz and Rafael Alcala
Blue Note, New York, NY feat. Luciana Souza and Claudio RoditiPhiladelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA
Regattabar, Cambridge, MA feat. Donny McCaslinWGBH Boston’s NPR radio, Boston, MA with host Eric Jackson feat. Bruno Raberg. Produced by Steve Schwartz
"For many people, Latin music means tango and bossa nova with perhaps a bit of salsa thrown in. But there is a whole other world of distinct music styles and rhythms in Latin America. Nojechowicz explores many of them in his compositions on this excellent release, on which he wrote all the tunes except one. He especially utilizes the complex dance rhythms of Argentina and Uruguay, along with the more lifting sound of Brazil â€“ which he credits as a mayor musical influence. You can hear echoes of the dark sound of Piazolla as he sometimes weaves in and out of different rhythms in the same piece. All this is overlayed with the influence of his long residence in the US. His band, El Eco, has long been active in the jazz circuit and the thriving latin jazz scene in the northeast. Their playing on this CD is tight and assured. This is true world music at its best."
KANSAI TIME OUT/JAPAN
"The high quotient of both jazz and exotic Latin American rhythms, performed with warmth and deep understanding, makes El Eco's Two Worlds uncommonly attractive."