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Album Review

Stephen Scott: The Beautiful Thing

Read "The Beautiful Thing" reviewed by AAJ Staff

One of the new breed of “neo-classic" artists that have emerged on the jazz scene in recent years, Stephen Scott is impressive in his approach to the subtle styling of his chosen instrument, piano. Just in his mid twenties, Scott has proven he can play with the masters (Joe Henderson - Lush Life ) and can assemble a group of peers who can flat out play, including Kenny Garrett and Branford Marsalis.

On The Beautiful Thing, Scott's playing brings order ...

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Stephen Scott Quartet Performs Worldwide On WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat, 1/18/13

Source: Ed Bell

Please join our audience for another great musical performance on WLRN's South Florida Arts Beat Friday, January 18th, 2013, 1:00pm Eastern U.S. Featuring The Stephen Scott Quartet With a career that spans decades, Mr. Scott has performed and/or recorded with Jazz legends Wynton Marsalis, Sonny Rollins, Freddie Hubbard, Bennie Golson, Dexter Gordon, Pieces of a Dream, Dr. John and Ron Carter among other musical giants. You might have seen him on The Tonight Show or BET On Jazz or, perhaps, ...


Performance / Tour

Stephen Scott Joins Sathima Bea Benjamin for Her Birthday Concert

Stephen Scott Joins Sathima Bea Benjamin for Her Birthday Concert

Source: All About Jazz

South African jazz singer Sathima Bea Benjamin celebrates the reissue of A Morning in Paris--her 1963 masterpiece recorded with Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, and Abdullah Ibrahim as pianists--as well as her 71st birthday, with a performance at Sweet Rhythm on Wednesday, October 17, 2007. Joining Sathima for the concert are pianists Stephen Scott and Onaje Allan Gumbs, bassist Marcus McLaurine, and drummer George Gray. Sets are at 8 pm and 10 pm, $20 cover with a $10 drink minimum. For ...


Music Industry

Steve Turre is joined on his Telarc debut by Ray Charles, Stephen Scott and Chucho Vald

Steve Turre is joined on his Telarc debut by Ray Charles, Stephen Scott and Chucho Vald

Source: All About Jazz

"On this CD, I express three sides of my musical personality in the quartet setting. Traditionally, the piano leads the rhythm section, so I put together three different rhythm sections led by three masters reflecting each style: The Blues in Jazz, Modern and Modal, and Afro-Cuban Sounds." --Steve Turre

In the Spur of the Moment, set for release on June 27, finds Steve Turre at a creative peak, playing three distinctive styles with complete control and compelling command. The foremost ...



Recordings: As Leader | As Sideperson

New Music For Bowed...

Sona Gaia Productions


The Beautiful Thing

Verve Music Group


Been Down This Road Before

From: Been Down This Road Before
By Stephen Scott


Steve Reich
composer / conductor
John Cage
composer / conductor
Henry Cowell
composer / conductor
Gavin Bryars
bass, acoustic
Kronos Quartet
band / ensemble / orchestra

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