Drawing inspiration from different world genres, chants, voices, poems, and animal sounds, Henrique Eisenmann is changing the paradigm of modern jazz improvisation, creating an original musical universe that is powerfully inventive, though-provoking, and at the same time lyrical and playful.
Born in São Paulo, Brazil, Eisenmann has always been intrigued with the idea of translating different musical sonorities to the piano. Eisenmann focuses on unique collaborations with artists from all different fields: dancers, poets, and actors. Among his latest releases, the 2017 album The Free Poetics of Henrique Eisenmann (Red Piano Records) has drawn unanimous praise from critics across the world. Eisenmann has performed in numerous international jazz festivals and has worked with dozens of outstanding musicians such as Gunther Schuller, Luciana Souza, George Garzone, Matti Caspi, and Tom Zé. His doctoral thesis explored the idea of free improvisation as an international phenomenon.
B.M. in Popular Music, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (BRA), M.M. and D.M.A. in jazz performance, New England Conservatory. Recordings on Red Piano Records.