‘Moscow’: Duo Art – Joachim Kühn & Alexey Kruglov

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SENSING THE ELECTRICITY between two jazz instrumentalists ‘in conversation’ can be both fascinating and revealing – and when musicians of the calibre of Joachim Kühn and Alexey Kruglov join forces, it’s a safe bet that a sensory display of fireworks is in the offing. Certainly, in the case of this new release, ‘Moscow’, it’s a pretty special coming together for the pianist and alto saxophonist as part of ACT’s expanding Duo Art series.

Read the full review at LondonJazz News…


Joachim Kühn
piano
Alexey Kruglov alto saxophone

ACT – 9623-2 (2014)

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2 thoughts on “‘Moscow’: Duo Art – Joachim Kühn & Alexey Kruglov

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