Soundbrush Records’ Roger Davidson Shares His Passion for Brazilian Jazz during "Live at Caffè Vivaldi, Volume 2" CD Release Concert

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The Roger Davidson Trio reunites to perform at Soundbrush Records’ release concert for Live at Caffè Vivaldi, Volume 2.

Live at Caffè Vivaldi, Volume 2 CD Release Concert

The Roger Davidson Trio plays "Spring Samba" during CD Release Concert at Caffé Vivaldi.

Roger Davidson's Brazilian style compositions are the real thing! I feel transported to Rio.

Soundbrush Records CD release concert for "Live at Caffè Vivaldi, Volume 2" featured composer and pianist, Roger Davidson and his Brazilian style jazz compositions. With the accompaniment of bassist, David Finck, and Adriano Santos on drums, the evening performance showcased Davidson’s inspired imaginations and a life-long love of Brazilian music.

The "Live at Caffé Vivaldi" series captures Soundbrush Records’ long standing Wednesday evening music series at the renowned Caffé Vivaldi in Greenwich Village that started in 2012 to showcase its recording artists. The first volume of the "Live at Caffé Vivaldi" series highlighted Davidson’s versatile and original Tango and Jazz compositions performed in duet with Pablo Aslan on bass. This subsequent volume is exclusively Brazilian Jazz, with a dozen of Davidson’s compositions and the immortal Antônio Carlos Jobim’s classic, "Garota de Ipanema" (The Girl from Ipanema). “Roger Davidson's Brazilian style compositions are the real thing. I feel transported to Rio," said Pablo Aslan.

In "Live at Caffé Vivaldi, Volume 2", Roger Davidson infuses his life-long love of Brazilian music. His connection to the spirit and music of Brazil took root when he was a young boy upon his discovery of early Bossa Nova recordings. “I’ve spent so much time with Brazilian music that it feels as natural as breathing to me,” said Roger Davidson.

“Music means the most when it is an expression of love and an expression of life,” according to Roger Davidson, “whether it is of joy, sadness or spiritual aspirations.” The lively trio interaction and the spontaneity of "Live at Caffé Vivaldi, Volume 2" whets the audience's appetite for "Live at Caffè Vivaldi, Volume 3" which is expected to be released in the fall.

About Roger Davidson
Though widely recognized for his classical work, Roger Davidson crosses over many music genres. His prolific and eclectic work as a composer and pianist underscore his passion and interest in all types of music. Davidson has released over 20 albums ranging from chamber, symphonic, and choral pieces to jazz, tango, Klezmer, children’s music, and a wide span of Latin and Brazilian projects. Roger Davidson is also the founder of Soundbrush Records. For Roger Davidson, music is a world without boundaries.

About Soundbrush Records
Founded in 2003, Soundbrush Records produces and promotes cross cultural, world music from Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, and other countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. Over the years, Soundbrush Records has forged a unique place among contemporary record labels to showcase original work of critically acclaimed artists from all corners of the world, including Pablo Aslan, David Finck, Carol Fredette, and Marco Granados, as well as Grammy winners Frank London, Fernando Otero and Raul Jaurena. To learn more about Soundbrush Records, visit

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