Dot Time Records

Dot Time Records Artists

Born in the U.S.A., Vocalist Deborah J. Carter travels extensively performing in jazz festivals, jazz clubs, seminars, and radio and TV shows throught Europe and Asia with her trio or as a guest with various formations from solo pianists to large orchestras.

Menegon worked for several years on the Canadian jazz scene before moving to New York City in the mid-80s to study Jazz at Long Island University on a full scholarship.

Bassist François Moutin & vocalist Kavita Shah present their duo album “Interplay” with special guests Sheila Jordan & Martial Solal. Nominated for a 2018 Victoire de la Musique for Jazz Album of the Year. Release Date: February 16, 2018 (Dot Time Records). Video filmed and edited by Alex Munro. Additional filming by Etienne Baussan.

With nearly a four octave range, Dutch-German vocalist and lyricist, Marijke Jährling paints pictures, builds sculptures of transparent beauty, and tells touching stories of life. Her singing reflects her artistic career, her life, and her various experiences.

The new album from Italian vocalist Michela Lombardi “Live To Tell” was recorded together with the Riccardo Fassi Trio and features a full set of
re-imagined music first recorded by pop icon Madonna.

Born in Milan, approached music at twelve, studying acoustic guitar, then she attended five years of classical singing classes. In 2003 she started studying jazz singing with Tiziana Ghiglioni at Accademia Internazionale della Musica in Milano, directed by Enrico Intra and Franco Cerri, obtaining the diploma in 2007. Jazz Bachelor at Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory Milan in 2012. She specialized attending stages and masters of vocal improvisation with Jay Clayton, Sheila Jordan, Barry Harris, Michelle Hendrikcs, Roberta Gambarini, Rachel Gould. Some international workshop with: Barry Harris, Aaron Goldberg, Clarence Penn, Ben Allison, Chris Potter.