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The Brett Gold New York Jazz Orchestra: Dreaming Big

Read "Dreaming Big" reviewed by Jack Bowers

What's that you say? A New York-based Jazz Orchestra as admirable as this one whose recording debut was delayed for more than twenty-five years? There ought to be a law! Well, in this case it wasn't the law but a lawyer who sidetracked the orchestra's debut for so many years. His name is Brett Gold, and ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records Proudly Releases "Of Water And Ghosts" From Bassist/Composer Daniel Foose, CD Release Celebration - Rockwood Music Hall On November 22

Brooklyn Jazz Underground Records Proudly Releases "Of Water And Ghosts" From Bassist/Composer Daniel Foose, CD Release Celebration - Rockwood Music Hall On November 22

Available October 7, 2016 CD Release Celebration at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 3
November 22, 2016, 8:30 PM
($10, 2 drink minimum) Featuring Sebastian Noelle: guitar; Tomoko Omura: violin; Maria Im: violin; Allyson Clare: viola; Jennifer Devore: cello; Keita Ogawa: percussion; Daniel Foose: bass. In 2015 bassist/composer Daniel Foose returned to his ancestral home of ...

Sebastian Noelle: Shelter

Read "Shelter" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Guitarist Sebastian Noelle is a very busy player, but just does not make many records, which seem to come about every five years: Across The River (2006), Koan (2011) and now the marvelous Shelter.

Assembling a first rate band consisting of Marc Mommaas on tenor saxophone (heard most recently on Ballads And Standards), pianist ...

ARTICLE: GENERAL ARTICLES

I Nuovi Protagonisti dell'Orchestrazione - 1: Darcy James Argue - Ryan Truesdell - Orrin Evans

Read "I Nuovi Protagonisti dell'Orchestrazione - 1: Darcy James Argue - Ryan Truesdell - Orrin Evans" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo la morte di Gil Evans e Thad Jones nella seconda metà degli anni ottanta e la progressiva uscita di scena di George Russell, il ruolo del compositore/orchestratore nel jazz ha sofferto di un gap generazionale. Meno marcato di quanto è apparso pubblicamente ma comunque consistente. Anche se negli anni novanta già operavano figure del calibro ...

Eric Erhardt: A Better Fate

Read "A Better Fate" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Unlike a lot of jazz artists hawking a debut recording these days, reed/woodwind multi-instrumentalist Eric Erhardt is not fresh out of music school. He has been around for a while, playing for two decades in Broadway pit bands and with trad jazzers Ken Peplowski and Artie Shaw. A student of Dave Liebman, Erhardt's own musical interests ...

Darcy James Argue's Secret Society: Brooklyn Babylon

Read "Brooklyn Babylon" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Part of the audience engagement process in multimedia performance is the integral dynamic of conflict and resolution between forms. Take one of them away and you have a different sensory experience. So, having witnessed graphic artist Danijel Zezelj and Darcy James Argue's Secret Society create separate but integrated works of art in the live performance of ...

Vicious World: Vicious World Plays The Music of Rufus Wainwright

Read "Vicious World Plays The Music of Rufus Wainwright" reviewed by Dave Wayne

Rufus Wainwright is one of those musicians whose work straddles several different musical genres--pop, rock, Broadway, and folk music all figure prominently into his oeuvre. While not a jazz artist by any stretch, Wainwright's music is certainly sophisticated and multilayered enough to withstand instrumental reinvention by modern jazz artists. Even without vocals, Wainwright's artistry literally thrives ...

NEWS: EDUCATION

The New York Jazz Workshop announces the formation of several new classes!

From Bebop to Hard Bop with Mark Sherman (Intermediate/Advanced) Play in a jazz band under the direction of Mark Sherman, winner of “Rising Star Vibes" Downbeat Magazine Critics Poll 2007-2010. He will take you on a musical journey spanning three decades from Bebop to HardBop. You will play, among other things, the music of Charlie Parker, Benny ...

Vicious World: Plays the Music of Rufus Wainwright

Read "Plays the Music of Rufus Wainwright" reviewed by AJS

Vicious World might have a field day on its tribute to the music of Rufus Wainwright, except the tunes are rarely that lighthearted. Let's just say the septet is moved to musical tears by the singer/songwriter's earnest melodies and bittersweet harmonies.

Even that's putting it mildly. Anxious strings introduce Aaron Irwin's alto sax ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Into the Fire: Winter Jazzfest 2010

Read "Into the Fire: Winter Jazzfest 2010" reviewed by Gordon Marshall

Winter Jazzfest
New York, New York
January 8-9, 2010

Fast-forward 30 years from the days in the late 1970s and early '80s when the world-weary wisdom that jazz wasn't a living force anymore was whispered to us--maybe you are getting out of jail, maybe waking from a cryogenic sleep. Before this happened, ...