Amanda Ruzza Group at Blue Note New York

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Amanda Ruzza is an electric bass player and composer based in New York City.  Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Ruzza developed an eclectic musical ear at an early age. By age 13, she was already gigging professionally. While in Brazil, she worked with distinguished Brazilian producers and arrangers, including Grammy Award-winner Moogie Canazio, Maestro Jobam and Sony Music Japan's Osny Mello.  Currently, she performs with groups in a variety of styles, such as Global Noize, Jill Sobule, and Chris Stover’s Caetano Veloso Project, as well as with her own band, the Amanda Ruzza Group – Amanda’s multicultural background has influenced her passion for composing music that incorporates elements of funk, jazz and South American rhythms, which can be heard on her debut album This Is What Happened.

For More Information, Bio, and tour dates on Amanda Ruzza go to: www.amandaruzza.com
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Amanda Ruzza added this event on 2012-11-23 21:24:39.

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Blue Note New York
131 West Third Street
New York, NY
212-475-8592

When

Fri, February 8, 2013
11:55 am

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$10

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Amanda Ruzza Group Live at the Blue Note's Late Night Groove Series.

Amanda Ruzza is an electric bass player and composer based in New York City.  Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Ruzza developed an eclectic musical ear at an early age. By age 13, she was already gigging professionally. While in Brazil, she worked with distinguished Brazilian producers and arrangers, including Grammy Award-winner Moogie Canazio, Maestro Jobam and Sony Music Japan's Osny Mello.  Currently, she performs with groups in a variety of styles, such as Global Noize, Jill Sobule, and Chris Stover’s Caetano Veloso Project, as well as with her own band, the Amanda Ruzza Group – Amanda’s multicultural background has influenced her passion for composing music that incorporates elements of funk, jazz and South American rhythms, which can be heard on her debut album This Is What Happened....
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