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Kevin Quinn: Paramedic

Read "Paramedic" reviewed by Geannine Reid

Kevin Quinn may not be a name you are familiar with on the jazz scene yet, but behind the scenes his work as a sound engineer at the ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn, NY, has afforded him the opportunity to work with top jazz musicians such as: Aaron Parks, David Savitsky, Rachel Therrien, Dean Sharp, Sean Wayland, ...

NEWS: EVENT

William Parker Launches New Monday Jazz Series At Quinn's, New Music Venue In Beacon, NY On October 7 at 8 Pm

William Parker Launches New Monday Jazz Series At Quinn's, New Music Venue In Beacon, NY On October 7 at 8 Pm

The new Beacon, NY music venue, Quinn's, is proud to announce a new series of jazz sessions taking place every Monday night beginning in October. Hosted and curated by local musician James Keepnews, this series will present the finest and most cutting- edge artists at work in the music today, both regionally and internationally. For these Monday night jazz performances at ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Bob Gluck Trio NYC Performance to Mark the Release of "Returning" (December 22)

Bob Gluck Trio NYC Performance to Mark the Release of "Returning" (December 22)

The Bob Gluck Trio will celebrate the release of its second CD, Returning (FMR) at a December 22 performance in New York City. The Thursday evening show will take place at the Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th Street (between Fifth and Madison), at 8:00 pm. Returning has received rave reviews since its release in Spring 2011. ...

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Bob Gluck Trio: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by Henry Smith

The piano trio can be a difficult format for free playing. It is too easy for the piano, so easily a dominating instrument, to overshadow the bassist and drummer, rendering them as backup to the more harmonically complex keyboard. This is fine, and an enormous amount of great music has been made in this format, but ...

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Bob Gluck Trio: Returning

Read "Returning" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

The piano trio, in one form or another, has been a jazz staple since the 1930s, and consequently skews toward the familiar. Fortunately, there are those atypical artists who invite a deeper dive for the uninhibited. Nothing could be more challenging, interesting and listenable than the music Bob Gluck creates within that formation. Like his Something ...