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~ Mother Tongue ~

Ancient tongues of
Judeo & Moorish Spain
to improvisations born on the wing



Metro Magazine May 2011 

“Ode raises the bar spectacularly with Mother Tongue, on which Moon breathes new life into these lovely Sephardic ruminations"



CD ~ Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue CD

Graham Reid ~ Elsewhere
" glorious songs - intimate, yearning, emotional "


FEATURED VIDEO

~ Festival ~

Song for the Earth
@ Luminate Festival

 

Concert

La Rosa Enflorece
Live @ Kenneth Myers Centre

 

 


 

Carolina Moon


UPCOMING DATES 2014


Mon 12 May - Monday Night Jazz Series, University of Auckland

Wed 28 May - Creative Jazz Club w/ Acapollinations

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FOR CAROLINA'S JAZZ PROJECTS, PLEASE VISIT
www.carolinamoonjazzgroup.com

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NEWS ...

It's another big year this year as Caro prepares to go to the UK in June. Before she goes, we'll be performing two concerts showcasing some new material at the Monday Night Jazz Series and the Creative Jazz Club. We hope you can join us.

If you're new to the site, our FEATURED VIDEOS show a range of our recent work including a concert performance of La Rosa Enflorece featuring Jess Hindin on violin and Nigel Gavin - guitar, which breathes with the beauty and passion of the old Sephardic Romance. Song for the Earth is from our festival repertoire, filmed at Luminate Festival. Our video page has more ...


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RECENT ~ 2012/13

HAMILTON GARDENS ARTS FESTIVAL
TITIRANGI FESTIVAL ENCORE!
WOMEN IN JAZZ, Martinborough Jazz Festival
SIMA, Sydney, Australia
THREDBO JAZZ FESTIVAL, Australia
NEW SPIRIT FESTIVAL, Auckland

LUMINATE FESTIVAL, TAKAKA
LIMMUD FESTIVAL w/ Jonathan Besser
THE CREATIVE JAZZ CLUB, AUCKLAND
CENTRE CULTUREL, NOUMEA, NEW CALEDONIA

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SAMPLE REVIEWS:
links: press

This was an amazing night of music.... Carolina is quite something on her ‘Mother Tongue’ recording but to see her perform live is to experience much more.
John Fenton, Jazz Local 32

"The result is stunning. The melodies and language may be unknown, but the sound is beautiful and haunting, the rhythms elusive yet strangely familiar and the performance throughout superb."
Winston Watusi, Weekend Sun


Carolina Moon full band

 

 

 


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