Soundbrush Records

Soundbrush Records, based in Brooklyn, New York, USA, was founded by Paris-born pianist and composer Roger Davidson in 1998, with the idea of combining musical and visual arts. In 2002 it became a label promoting cross-cultural projects and producing jazz, world music and music from Latin American and Caribbean countries.

Featured artists include Pablo Aslan, Raul Jaurena, Mark Isaacs and the New York Virtuoso Singers conducted by Harold Rosenbaum.

Further information: soundbrush.com

A selection of articles about Soundbrush Records

CD Spotlight. Simple but Profound - Mark Isaacs' Children's Songs impress Andrew Schartmann. '... listen closely to this charming creation.'

 

 

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