by Raul de Gama, Latin Jazz Net

The title of the album Inheritance couldn’t be a more appropriate one for an album by Alí Bello for it firmly establishes him as a worthy heir apparent to a rich musical topography that stretches from heartland of Venezuela through Caracas – indeed through the rhythmic landscape of the Afro-Caribbean Diaspora – coming to fruition in the beehive of contemporary music that is New York City. The fact that his breathtaking virtuoso playing of the violin also makes him an heir-apparent of sorts to the instrument’s great tradition and is, of course, the special bonus to this inheritance.

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