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about

Discipline and freedom. Classical and jazz. The head and the heart. These are the axes around which Evgeny Ponomarev’s music revolves.

— Allen Morrison
Contributing Writer, DownBeat and JazzTimes


Clockwise, the soulful, moody sophomore release from the celebrated Evgeny Ponomarev Quartet will be released on April 30th.

Over the course of the past four years, Ponomarev’s Quartet released their critically acclaimed debut record, N.N Song, and performed at revered venues and festivals throughout Saint Petersburg and Moscow, (The Small Hall of the Saint Petersburg Philharmonia, the New Stage of Alexandrinsky Theatre and Igor Butman Club to name a few).

Their eagerly-awaited follow-up album Clockwise speaks to the group’s stellar interplay and the leader’s nuanced, cohesive compositional prowess. Ponomarev is accompanied on this release by saxophonist Andrey Polovko, bassist Grigory Voskoboynik, drummer Peter Mikheev, with guitarist Pavel Ilushin, cornetist Peter Vostokov and trombone, and tuba player Anton Gimazetdinov featured on several of the album’s tracks.

ALBUM TEASER:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NjBd13rdRo

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released April 30, 2021

Evgeny Ponomarev — piano (all except 4), fender Rhodes (4) Andrey Polovko — tenor saxophone (1-6), soprano saxophone (2) Grigory Voskoboynik — double bass
Peter Mikheev — drums (1-6), percussion (1,4)
Pavel Ilushin — guitar (4)
Peter Vostokov — cornet (2)
Anton Gimazetdinov — trombone, tuba (2)

Musical producer — Evgeny Ponomarev
Executive producer — Eugene Petrushanskiy

Recorded at Cinelab Studio, Moscow
Recording Engineer — Alexander Perfilyev
Studio Engineer — Jacob Zakhvatkin, Dmitri Kovalyov Mixed and Mastered by Alexander Perfilyev

Liner photography and promotional video — Yuriy Chichkov
Cover art and package design by Dimitri Komedea (271DSGN)

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Acting as a platform for Russian and international musicians, Rainy Days facilitates the creation and presentation of innovative new works and fosters unique collaborations of the finest musicians that Russia has to offer.
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