Pasha Karchevsky – Breaking The Walls (Review)

Pasha Karchevsky - Breaking The Walls (Review)

Check out this Review of the new single titled ‘Breaking The Walls’ from  Pasha Karchevsky

A personal and sophisticated approach to contemporary jazz music.

Pasha Karchevsky is a forward-thinking artist and performer with a passion for innovative, yet classic and forward-thinking jazz. His most recent release, “Breaking The Walls” is a beautiful piece of music, which stretches Pasha’s skills and ability to set the bar higher and explore new avenues and creative possibilities.

The title of this release itself suggests the artist’s willingness to explore, defy conventions and think outside the box. On this particular project, Pasha decided to defy the conventional limitations of the genre, in order to indulge in a more personal tone, which has a more introspective quality to it. In addition to the performance value, the production is organic and lush, with a really warm and thought-provoking tone.
The compositions extends throughout the span of over 6 minutes, allowing the listener to experience a wide variety of different moods and sonic scenarios. The lead melodies are soft and gentle, yet they are present and perfect to cut through the mix.

Find out more about Pasha Karchevsky, and do not miss out on listening to “Breaking The Walls” here



Pasha Karchevsky is a rising-star jazz trumpeter, composer and educator. Austin Winds and Reunion Blues artist. Pasha won many prestigious international competitions and performed at major venues and jazz festivals around the world. Over the past 10 years of his professional career, Pasha shared the stage with a number of top-tier artists such as Mireille Mathieu, Wynton Marsalis, Bob Mintzer, Conrad Herwig, Terence Blanchard, Allan Harris, Igor Butman and Alex Sipiagin among others. In 2015 Pasha published his first book “12 Jazz Trumpet Transcriptions”.