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In Pictures

Photographers report on jazz happenings from around the world or present a group of photos based on a theme. Photographer? Learn more about In Pictures here.

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Artacts 18 in St. Johann in Tirol, Austria

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This year Ken Vandermark was the headliner at the Artacts Festival which takes place every March in the picturesque village of St. Johann in Tirol, Austria. Vandermark presented three of his projects and shared the stage with Jaimie Branch, Andrea Massaria, Clementine Gasser, Nate Wooley, Joe Williamson, Terrie Essels, Mette Rasmussen, Susana Santos Silva, Lotte Anker, Elisabeth Harnik, Trevor Dunn, Didi Kern, Dieb13, Alexander Hawkins and Melvyn Poore. This edition of the festival also featured ...

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Tommy Igoe and the Birdland All Stars at the Sandler Center for the Arts

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In 2014 Tommy Igoe was voted the Worlds #1 Jazz Drummer in a Modern Drummers Readers Poll. Once you see him in action, you'll know why. Backed by his nine piece Birdland All-Star Band Igoe more than lives up to his reputation. Think of Buddy Rich on steroids. Steely Dan, the Beatles, Snarky Puppy, Latin, David Bowie, and a few standards all show up sometime during the 75 to 90 minute set. There is no set list, Igoe ...

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Enzo Zirilli's "Radio London" project with Peter Bernstein at Folkclub

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The jny: London-based Italian drummer Enzo Zirilli is a regular guest at Folkclub, one of the main music venues in Turin, Italy. With his “Radio London" project, he regularly brings talented musicians that perform in bands he leads of co-leads to Folkclub. To celebrate the tenth year of this curated concert series, Zirilli invited acclaimed guitar master Peter Bernstein to join him as well as pianist Dado Moroni and bassist Dario Deidda. The quartet performed in the crowded room with ...

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Festival Di Musica Contemporanea Italiana 2017

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The Seventh Edition of the Italian Contemporary Music Festival was held in Forlì (Italy) at the Angelo Masini school of music. The event was organized by Area Sismica a remarkable improvised music organization that, together with very few like-minded institutions in Italy (Centro d'Arte in Padova, Ai Confini tra Sardegna e Jazz in Sardinia, for example) is known for their original programming and an off the beaten path concert series. This one-day event, which is ...

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