“Quincy Jones has been known for bringing together a multitude of talented individuals and creating projects, in the same way Terri can be thought of as Quenelle Jonelle, the female version that mirrors Quincy, bringing together a talented cast of female artists.”
- Sam Archer, Philadelphia Examiner
The 54th Annual GRAMMY® Awards brought Hebert-Carrington Media co-founder Terri Lyne Carrington her first GRAMMY® Award as a leader for her ambitious cross-genre production, The Mosaic Project. Her debut album on Concord Jazz, and her fifth overall, won the “Best Jazz Vocal Album” category.
“I am overjoyed at this project being recognized by the recording industry, peers, and media,”remarks Carrington in reference to her win. “This album was made with love and honesty, it’s been a 30 year journey and all of it came together tonight. I’m honored, humble, and grateful.”
On March 1st, GrooveJazz Media officially released its newest video: “Simply Beautiful” … a live performance captured during Terri Lyne Carrington’s shows at New York City’s Jazz Standard nightclub in September 2011.
Ms. Carrington was performing with 5 of the stellar artists who joined her on the 2012 Grammy-winning “The Mosaic Project” album: Nona Hendryx, Tineke Postma, Helen Sung, Ingrid Jensen and Gretchen Parlato.
“The Mosaic Project is a beautiful gathering of great female artists. Though it is my project, it is the personalities, the lives, and the talent of all of these women that make this project so special and indeed a group offering and unique statement we made together based on common, yet diverse, points of view,” proclaims Carrington.
The video was co-produced and directed by HCM partner: Michael Goldman … and edited at his own PhotoVideoProductions studios in NYC.
|The Mosaic Project “Simply Beautiful”
featuring Gretchen Parlato
Live at the Jazz Standard