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UpCOMING PERFORMANCE

 

EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz

 

Cambridge Jazz Festival
Sunday 7/31 @ 1:00 pm

Marco Pignataro (ITALY): tenor, soprano sax

Fernando Huergo (ARGENTINA): bass

Guillermo Nojechowicz (ARGENTINA): drums

Anastassya Petrova (KAZAKHSTAN): piano

Milena Casado (SPAIN): trumpet

Farayi Malek (US): vocals

Danehy Park

99 Sherman Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

FREE CONCERT!


 

PAST PERFORMANCES

Jazz World Trio 

Featuring: 

Witness Matlow (South Africa): piano

Guillermo Nojechowicz (Argentina): drums

Ron Mahdi (US): acoustic bass

Zuzu at the Middle East Nightclubs

474 Mass Ave, Central Sq, Cambrige
 Sunday, 4/3  @ 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Thanks to JazzBoston, CJ Kelley, Mass Cultural Council,

Cambridge Arts Council, Cambridge Community Foundation

jazzboston.org/jazz-all-ways

EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz

Arlington Jazz Festival
 Friday 4/8  @ 8:00 pm

Presenting music from their latest disk

Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933

Featuring: 

Marco Pignataro (ITALY): tenor, soprano sax
Fernando Huergo (ARGENTINA): bass
Guillermo Nojechowicz (ARGENTINA): drums
Anastassya Petrova (KAZAKHSTAN): piano
Milena Casado (SPAIN): trumpet
Farayi Malek (US): vocals

Morningside Jazz Combo will play a short opening set
Thanks to Dan Fox, and Arlington Jazz

Jazz World Trio 

2022 Panama Jazz Festival (Virtual Event)

Wednesday, January 12 • 8:00pm - 9:00pm 

Concert recorded at National Public Radio - GBH Boston.
Presented by International Jazz Day and JazzBoston

The Series at Virtuosity:

Saturday, 12/11, 7:00 PM

MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY VIRTUOSITY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS

Jazz World Trio

Guillermo Nojechowicz: drums (Argentina)

Witness Matlou: piano (South Africa)

Ron Reid: bass (Trinidad and Tobago)

Jazz World Trio is a new ensemble celebrating jazz's global reach. Argentinean drummer and bandleader Guillermo Nojechowicz, South African pianist Witness Matlou, and bassist Ron Reed from Trinidad and Tobago, subbing for Bruno Raberg, bring their wide-ranging musical and cultural backgrounds into exciting conversation with this art form deeply rooted in the African American experience.

Lawn concert

At the Eustis Estate, Milton, MA
Sunday, 9/26, at 3:00 PM
Jazz World Trio
Guillermo Nojechowicz: drums (Argentina)
Bruno Råberg: acoustic bass (Sweden)
Witness Matlou: piano (South Africa)

MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY THE MILTON CULTURAL COUNCIL

 

 

JazzNOW: No Borders

GBH and JazzBoston Team Up to Celebrate International Jazz Day

featuring:

Jazz World Trio
Guillermo Nojechowicz: drums (Argentina)
Bruno Raberg: acoustic bass (Sweden)
Witness Matlou: piano (South Africa)

 

“This recent invitation from JazzBoston to celebrate International Jazz Day, is amazing. Especially because we haven’t played in a long time. So happy to get back into the swing of things and ask the great Bruno Raberg  and Witness Matlou to join me in this new venture with the Jazz World Trio. 
I’m honored to play at ‘GBH on Friday 4/30. We love to share some sounds with you. Join us! “

Guillermo Nojechowicz, drummer, composer.  

 

“What a great way to celebrate International Jazz Day by having a performance of a trio from 3 different continents, Nojechowicz, from South America, Råberg from Europe, and Matlou from Africa. It will be an exciting night of music!"

Eric Jackson, Host of 'GBH, "Eric in the Evening."  

"I'm thrilled that JazzBoston is partnering with GBH for this exciting live celebration of International Jazz Day, as we work together to strengthen the local jazz community,” says Ken Field, JazzBoston Board President. “This fantastic trio of internationally-born, Boston-based musicians showcases Boston's place as a top jazz city.”

Ken Field, JazzBoston, President

El Eco with Guillermo Nojechowicz

feat. Helio Alves, Marco Pignataro, Kim Nazarian & Fernando Huergo

Tuesday 10/6/2020 - 8:00 pm

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Dizzy’s Club, Frederick P. Rose Hall, 60th/Broadway, NYC

Panama Jazz Festival

Ciudad del Sabor

Panama City, Panama
Master Class/Concert with Guillermo Nojechowicz

The Making of Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933 
feat. Fernando Huergo, & Marco Pignataro
Wednesday 1/15/2020 - 5:00 pm

Global Stage area

https://panamajazzfestival.com

 

Cambridge Rindge and Latin School

World Jazz Ensemble at the Panama Jazz Festival

Directed by Guillermo Nojechowicz

Tuesday, Tuesday 1/14/2020 • 10:30pm

Wednesday, Wednesday 1/15/2020 • 2:30pm 

visit event page

World Premiere of "Puerto de Buenos Aires 1933"

at the Dominican Republic Jazz Festival
Photo from L to R: Helio Alves, Kim Nazarian, Marco Pignataro,

Guillermo Nojechowicz, Brian Lynch and Fernando Huergo 

at Centro León, Santiago, Dominican Republic


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CD Release Event
EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz
Featuring: Marco Pignataro, Fernando Huergo, Helio Alves, Brian Lynch, Kim Nazarian
Elie Wiesel Center for Jewish Studies at Boston University

www.bu.edu/jewishstudies


CD Release Event
EL ECO with Guillermo Nojechowicz
Featuring: Marco Pignataro, Fernando Huergo, Helio Alves, Brian Lynch
Tarrytown, NY 10591914–631–1000

jazzforumarts.org

 

Telluride Jazz Celebration, Telluride, Colorado (US)

with guest Airto Moreira. Festival line-up also included Herbie Hancock, Terence Blanchard, Regina Carter, Neena Freelon, and Airto and Flora Purim


Buenos Aires Jazz Festival, Argentina

featuring Kim Nazarian, Helio Alves, Fernando Huergo
LRA Radio Nacional, Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

Scullers Jazz Club, Boston, MA

featuring Avishai Cohen and Osmany Paredes


Curaçao Jazz Festival featuring Itaiguara Brandao

Festival line-up also included Richard Bona


National Public Radio's "Jazz Set”

hosted by vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater (Grammy Award)

Guillermo’s music was broadcast on 101 radio stations throughout the United States


Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA

Children's Festival Chorus directed by Christine Jordanoff.

This concert featured Guillermo's compositions and arrangements

 

Sahara Club, Methuen, MA

featuring John Lockwood and Doug Johnson

 

Hanover Theatre, Worcester, MA


Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT


Freihofer’s Jazz Festival, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga Springs, NY Produced by the legendary George Wein


Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge, MA

featuring Hendrik Meurkens and Osmany Paredes


Sahara Club, Methuen, MA

with Claudio Roditi and John Lee


Blue Note Jazz Club, New York, NY

featuring Luciana Souza and Claudio Roditi


Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA


Regattabar, Cambridge, MA featuring Donny McCaslin


WGBH Boston’s NPR Radio, Boston, MA

with host Eric Jackson, featuring Bruno Raberg Produced by Steve Schwartz

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El Eco live at Scullers