After a break of several years and a volatile period of life, the music he writes begins to change, just as the perception of the sounds around him changes. The meeting with the Brazilian Luis André Carneiro de Oliveira on drums and the Austrian Max Ranzinger on bass makes these changes take a real form. With this formation, the trio recorded some demos and released two videos. Some time later, Austrian bassist Wolfram Derschmidt stepped in for Max, and the current Hamlet’s Latin Jazz Experience Trio was born.
They just finished recording their latest album “Susurros”, the third as a Hamlet’s Latin Jazz Experience and the first as a trio project. The final result is a enjoyable, reflective and evocative music but vibrant and energetic at the same time. The new album will debut around summer 2022 under the same company FREIAUDIO RECORDS.
New tunes, new energy with a more intimate sound gives the group a special touch and a new direction. All compositions are still Hamlet originals, the repertoire passes through rhythms between folklore and tradition of South America (primarily Colombia, Brazil, Cuba …) with a personal perspective made out of a mixture of energetic rhythms and inspired melodies.