Connie Han, ‘Secrets of Inanna’ (Mack Avenue) | Review

Pianist Connie Han’s third Mack Avenue release is inspired by Sumerian mythology from ancient Mesopotamia and focuses on the tales of Inanna, the goddess of love, beauty and war. With strong contributions from bassist John Patitucci and tenor saxophonist Rich Perry, and appearances by Katisse Buckingham on alto flute and piccolo on the opening and

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