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When Corinna Rottschy and I first met to discuss the project DANZÓN CUBANO, I felt that it would be a special collaboration. I never dreamt it would turn out to be one of the most fulfilling and enriching experiences that I’ve ever had. Furthermore, immortalising this project as an album is a dream come true. I have always loved working with an orchestra. I would like to explain the general concept of this album and my personal approach in the process of choosing the songs: The artists on this album, are not only artists that I have always admired, but also artists with a very strong and defined musical identity. I stepped into their musical world, chose a tune that spoked to me and arranged it for a Duo, always keeping in mind the authenticity of the artist. It was a beautiful process and the result is magical: Each song has a very distinctive sound, each artist is represented as they are.
Photography By – Sabine Kühne. Piano, Vocals, Producer – Marialy Pacheco. Producer – Klaus Wingensiefen, Philipp Heck. Recorded on December 2, 3 & 4, 2013.
Joo Kraus] 08 – Tres Lindas Cubanas 09 – Metro 10 – Cambodian Smiles. Marialy Pacheco – piano, vocals; Juan Camilo Villa – bass; Miguel Altamar – drums, percussion. Marialy Pacheco and Introducing takes the simplicity and sophistication of traditional Cuban songs and enhances these classics with a slightly more modern riff by infusing some Caribbean rhythms and assorted Latin flavors without sacrificing the integrity of the original compositions.
In spring 2014, her new album "Introducing" (Neuklang/Edel:Kultur) was released. After several solo albums, it is a trio album, with Juan Camilo Villa Robles on bass and Miguel Altamar de la Torre (both from colombia) on drums. Marialy Pacheco has performed at national and international festivals like Montreux Jazz Festival, Aalener Jazzfest, Enter Music Festival (Poland), St. Moritz Art Masters (Switzerland),val, ZMF Freiburg, Jazzfestival Oloron (France) Audi Jazzfestival, Ingolstädter Jazztage, Piano City Milano, Havana Jazzfestival, Beethovenfestival Bonn and the International Trio Festival in Ronnie Scott's Jazz Club. Marialy Pacheco is the only female pianist in the currently row of famous Cuban jazz piano players like Roberto Fonseca, Omar Sosa or Gonzalo Rubalcaba.