Hristo Vitchev Quartet – “In Search of Wonders” — The brand new and highly anticipated double album by the Hristo Vitchev Quartet.
The impressionistic modern jazz guitarist from Bulgaria (now based in San Francisco, CA) releases his 7th album as a leader this month!
The highly anticipated double album by the impressionistic Hristo Vitchev Quartet marks the 7th release as a leader for the internationally acclaimed guitarist.
The new compositions and sonic textures explored here, catalog the evolution of this award winning group over the last decade, and present a sound and style that is completely unique and truly identifiable with the quartet. For the recording of this project the group decided to first take the music on the road all around the world, and let each piece evolve night after night, letting it settle naturally and effortlessly into its final shape and place, which you can now experience on this marvelous release.
The album is now available on First Orbit Sounds Music:
Referred by the media as one of the newest and most innovative voices in modern world/jazz guitar, Hristo’s music has been captivating audiences all across the globe. At only age 35 he has already released 7 critically acclaimed albums as a leader plus 4 more releases as a co-leader. As JazzTimes magazine describes his music: “Vitchev’s sophisticated and adventurous work is imbued with shimmering harmonies and lyrical improvisations.”
“Vitchev’s multihued compositions are like impressionistic sound paintings.” — JAZZIZ
Critical Jazz says: “Hristo Vitchev may be one of the best kept secrets in jazz today. He is the epitome of sonic gold.”
“Bulgaria-born, Bay Area-based guitarist Hristo Vitchev, having firmly established himself as a gentle giant in the contemporary jazz scene, seems always willing and able to reinvent himself while holding true to the integrity of his artistry.” — ECM REVIEWS
“Hristo is now looked upon as one today’s finest jazz guitarists around the world. He’s a creative artist with a strong passion and endless originality. His music has magic powers since he can bring listeners’ emotions to a far deeper place that few people ever reach.” — Andrea Nardini (The Noodle Chronicle – Shanghai, China)