>>> You can click here to pay Leonor Falcón direct

>>> You can click here to pay Juanma Trujillo direct

You can follow Leonor Falcón here.

You can follow Juanma Trujillo here.


This is the ninety third in a series of special Jazz on the Tube reviews of live stream performances.

Support live music – even when it’s streamed!

Guitarist Juanma Trujillo was born and raised in Caracas, Venezuela, worked with local musicians, moved to Los Angeles in 2005 and has been part of the jazz and improvised music scene in New York since 2014, developing his own sound and approach to playing avant-garde music.

Violinist Leonor Falcón was classically trained in her native Venezuela But, while she performed in chamber music groups as a teenager, she became very interested in improvisation, working with jazz, pop, rock and Latin groups.

After studying in Switzerland during 2007-10, Falçon moved to New York and continued her studies in addition to working with a wide assortment of musicians including Willie Colon, Akua Dixon, Arturo O’Farrill’s Latin Jazz Orchestra and Karl Berger.

On their LiveStream of June 10, 2020, the duo of Falcón and Trujillo performs three pieces from the guitarist’s Folklore CD (“Crónica,” “Espacio,” and “Rumia”) plus “Interludio,” the latter has the pair singing a folk melody together before briefly playing it.

Otherwise, the explorative music is somber yet explosive, thoughtful yet sometimes quite dense with the violinist’s lyrical lead being joined by electronic sounds from Trujillo.

The duo explores several moods, follows each other’s directions, and creates haunting and atmospheric music.

– Scott Yanow

Archived streams

June 10, 2020

April 12, 2020

>>> You can click here to pay direct to Leonor Falcón

>>> You can click here to pay direct to Juanma Trujillo

You can follow Leonor Falcón here.

You can follow Juanma Trujillo here.

Click here for the Daily Calendar of Live-Streams

Click here for Complete Directory of Live-Streams

Back to the Live-Stream Home Page

Alex Pryrodny
Rachel Kara Perez

Subscribe to Jazz on the Tube

Jazz on the Tube is the largest annotated and indexed online collection of jazz videos on earth - and it's free. 

We have THREE OPTIONS to help de-clutter your mail box, but still keep the great music coming.

You have Successfully Subscribed!