In December 2021 Judith released her new album Carmina Latina.
Jazz songs in the Latin language.
Jazz standards, new songs, a poem of Catullus (1st century BC) and a Chick Corea song.
All in Latin. You have to hear this. Because it’s unique. Carpe diem right?
Waterloo, Dancing Queenor I Have A Dream. Famous, perhaps even played a bit too frequently. But what about Waterloo as a jazz ballad or Money, Money, Money in swing?
Judith and her band took stock of the vast repertoire of the Swedish group. The songs remain intact, but jazz takes over.
Judith and Czech guitarist Libor Šmoldas are joining forces in a great project called Songs of Wes. This tribute to jazz guitar legend Wes Montgomery will tell the man’s story by bringing the original songs.
Judith and Libor pay their creative and musical respect to the man’s great legacy.
A collaboration with the Alexander Beets Quartet. All songs about traveling. With great new arrangements. Come fly with me, Take the ‘A’ train. But also Dear Old Stockholm and Kenny Barron’s Voyage, both with lyrics by Judith. An energetic band, with a leading role for saxophone player Alexander Beets.