|提及的人：||Danilo Pérez; Terence Blanchard; Paquito D'Rivera; Dizzy Gillespie; Wayne Shorter; Thelonious Monk; Steve Lacy|
Danilo Pérez; Mark Ruffin; Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization)
|注意：||Interview with Danilo Perez conducted by Mark Ruffin, in New York, N.Y., on Apr. 16, 2009.|
|活动注释：||This interview was videotaped at the Oral History Studio of The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in New York City on April 16, 2009, by James Sapione and Gary Shinn.|
|描述：||1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|丛书名：||Duke jazz histories.|
Danilo Perez speaks with Mark Ruffin about his second album, "The journey"; starting out as a classical pianist; his father introducing him to music; playing percussion at age 3; his father as a vocalist; classical music in Panama; playing with his father, working, and going to school; studying electonrics; coming to the United States on a Fulbright scholarship; the Berklee College of Music and his Quincy Jones scholarship; how he came to be interested in jazz; jazz in Panama; auditioning for Jon Hendricks in New York City when he was 19 years old; recording with Terence Blanchard; playing with Claudio Roditi; playing with Paquito D'Rivera; playing with Dizzy Gillespie and the United Nations Orchestra; his relaionship with Dizzy Gillespie; the GRAMMYs; his albums "Danilo Perez", "Panamonk", and "Motherland"; "Panamonk" connecting him to Thelonious Monk; music as representing a physical journey; "Suite de Panama" with his big band; his collaborations with Steve Lacy; Wayne Shorter and his GRAMMY for "Beyond the sound barrier"; making a record with Claus Ogerman; his album "Music we are"; the Panama Jazz Festival; serving as Ambassador of Goodwill for UNICEF and Cultural Ambassador for Panama; his work with children; using music as a socio-cultural tool; his family and his future.