[JPL] Matthew Herbert Big Band

Simon Calle simoncalle at tutopia.com
Tue Aug 1 19:19:55 EDT 2006

Matthew Herbert is a D.J. or electronic musician. his big band is one  
of the multiple projects.  His work if very interesting within the  

Javeriana Estereo F.M. is a non-profit university radio station in  
Bogotá Colombia.  The focus of the station is to give the opportunity  
to our audience to listen to the broad spectrum of styles with in  
jazz and other less commercial genres.  Right now the station devotes  
seven daily hours of its programming to jazz during the weekdays and  
three during the weekdays.  I am programming from New York while I  
pursue a PhD in Ethnomusicology at Columbia University.

You can listen to Javeriana Estereo at www.javerianaestereo.com by  
clicking on “audio en vivo”.

Simón Calle
simoncalle at tutopia.com

On Aug 1, 2006, at 5:56 PM, Dr. Jazz wrote:

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> Anyone familiar with the British based Matthew Herbert Big Band?   
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