Eliane is interviewed by the “Jornal do Brasil”
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“Dance of Time” is nominated for a Libera Award!
Eliane’s Dance of Time is nominated for a A2IM Libera Award for Best Latin Jazz Album of the Year.
“Since Edison invented the phonograph, independent music labels have defined American musical culture and disseminated it to the world,” said A2IM CEO Richard James Burgess in a statement. “The Libera Awards is the first platform to celebrate and honor the entrepreneurial spirit, creative independence, and cultural diversity that undergirds these genre-defining American artists and businesspeople.”
“Dance of Time” won the Latin Grammy for Best Latin Jazz Album of 2017
This is Eliane’s second consecutive Grammy Award. Congratulations to Eliane and her team!
“Dance of Time” is nominated for two Latin Grammy Awards: Best Latin Jazz Album and Best Engineered Album.
Congratulations to Eliane and her team!
The Chicago Tribune gives Eliane’s show a stellar review
Brazilian singer-pianist Eliane Elias has been intertwining the two, to varying degrees, through most of her career, and during her first set at SPACE she very nearly erased lines separating them. For whether she was playing up-tempo fare (most of the time) or occasional ballads, she combined the rhythmic lilt of Brazilian samba and bossa nova with the robust spirit and harmonic intricacies of contemporary jazz improvisation.
All About Jazz give ‘Dance of Time’ 5 stars!
Two years ago, Eliane Elias released Made In Brazil (Concord, 2015) and all it did was win the 2016 Grammy for Best Latin Album. It’s a great album and with Dance of Time, Elias hasn’t repeated a successful formula; she’s perfected it. This is an opulent recording, rich in its authenticity and lavish in its glorious accomplishments.
As Elias has transitioned from a pianist/vocalist to a vocalist/pianist (there is a difference), some fans and certainly some critics have wondered if she has wavered too close into crossing over into pop music.