Videos

Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Meet the Flinstones" at Cafe Pink House, October 16, 2016




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform the Michelle's original arrangement of "Theme from the Flintstones," the catchy theme from the Flintstones cartoon series. The arrangement features an uptempo mambo feel with a reharmonized chord structure.

Featuring:
Michelle Pollace, piano
Ron Sotelo, bass
Sam Sotelo, drums
Jimmy Biala, percussion

Video shot by Ben Torres, edited by Michelle Pollace.


Michelle Pollace and Nineteen Big Band perform Michelle's big-band arrangement of her song "New Beginning," San Jose, CA




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace performs her original composition "New Beginning" with one of San Jose's premier jazz big bands, Nineteen. Michelle arranged her piece for the traditional 19-piece big band as part of the band's tribute to female jazz composers, a concert held at Theatre on San Pedro Square in San Jose, California, in early 2015.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Meet the Flinstones" Live in studio




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform the Michelle's original arrangement of "Theme from the Flintstones," the catchy theme from the Flintstones cartoon series. The arrangement features an uptempo mambo feel with a reharmonized chord structure.

Featuring:
Michelle Pollace, piano
Ron Sotelo, bass
Sam Sotelo, drums
Willie Garza, percussion

Video shot and edited by John Abatecola, TSG Multimedia.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Bright Eyes" Live in studio




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform Michelle's original composition "Bright Eyes." The song switches between rumba and Afro-6/8 feels and appears on Michelle's CD New Beginning.

Featuring:
Michelle Pollace, piano
Ron Sotelo, bass
Sam Sotelo, drums
Willie Garza, percussion

Video shot and edited by John Abatecola, TSG Multimedia.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "New Beginning" Live in studio




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform Michelle's original composition and title track from her recent CD "New Beginning." The song features a jazz-cha cha feel and appears on Michelle's CD New Beginning.

Featuring:
Michelle Pollace, piano
Ron Sotelo, bass
Sam Sotelo, drums
Willie Garza, percussion

Video shot and edited by John Abatecola, TSG Multimedia.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Hot House Dandelion" Live in studio




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform Michelle's original composition "Hot House Dandelion." The song features a rumba feel and appears on Michelle's CD New Beginning.

Featuring:
Michelle Pollace, piano
Ron Sotelo, bass
Sam Sotelo, drums
Willie Garza, percussion

Video shot and edited by John Abatecola, TSG Multimedia.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Hot House Dandelion" Live, San Jose, CA




Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform the original composition "Hot House Dandelion" at San Pedro Square Market in San Jose, California, as part of the "San Jose Jazz Music at the Market" series. The song is an uptempo jazz composition based on the Afro-Cuban rumba rhythm.


Michelle Pollace Latin Jazz quartet plays "Manteca" Live



Latin Jazz pianist Michelle Pollace and her quartet perform "Manteca" at San Pedro Square Market in San Jose, California, as part of the "San Jose Jazz Music at the Market" series. The song is an uptempo jazz standard with a mambo feel and highlights improvisations by the group's members.

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