Roxana Amed

Thursday, January 6, 2022, 6:30 PM ET

Roxana Amed, voice, leader
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Edward Perez, acoustic bass 
Ludwig Afonso, drums 

Booking Contact
Daniel Arano, manager
darano2019@gmail.com

Program

Roxana Amed, a Musical Glimpse 

Intro: Fragments of 

 “Virgo”
(Wayne Shorter / Roxana Amed)  
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax  

“Blue In Green” (Sky and sea) 
(Miles Davis / Cassandra Wilson)   
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Tim Jago, guitar 
Lowell Ringel, acoustic bass 
Rodolfo Zúñiga, drums  

“Tumbleweed”
(Mark Small / Roxana Amed)   
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Aaron Lebos, guitar 
Edward Perez, acoustic bass 
Ludwig Afonso, drums  

Full music videos: 

“Chacarera Para La Mano Izquierda”
(Martin Bejerano / Roxana Amed)
Roxana Amed, voice
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Edward Perez, acoustic bass 
Ludwig Afonso, drums   

“Winter” 
(Roxana Amed)
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano  

“El Regreso”
(Martin Bejerano / Roxana Amed)  
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Edward Perez, acoustic bass 
Ludwig Afonso, drums  

“Credits, fragment of Milonga Por La Ausencia”
(Roxana Amed) 
Roxana Amed, voice 
Martin Bejerano, piano 
Mark Small, sax 
Carlo De Rosa, acoustic bass 
Ludwig Afonso, drums  

Biography

Argentina’sRoxanaAmedis a dusky, virtuosic singer songwriter whose music blends South American folk traditions with sophisticated rock and post-bop jazz.A postgraduate in Spanish literature, she has earned acclaim for her albums with Pedro Aznar, including 2004’sLimboand 2006’sEntremundos.In 2010,she released CinematecaFinlandesa, a duo album with pianistAdrián Iaiesfollowed by Inocenciain 2011 and 2013’sLa Sombra de Su Sombra, with pianistFrank Carlberg.Amedhas worked with musicians like Guillermo Klein, Leo Genovese,Frank Carlberg, among others. In 2019, she returned with Instantáneas, an album of live-in-studio performancesIn 2021, she releasedOntology, which features her group interpreting songs byWayne Shorter,Alberto Ginastera,Miles Davis, and their own repertoire. Ontologyobtained twoLatin GRAMMY®Awardsnominations including Best Latin Jazz/Jazz Album. For ten years, Amed has led a memorable vocal workshop for hundreds of jazz vocalists at the Buenos Aires International Jazz Fest and she is currently a professor at the Frost School of Music at The University of Miami.