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Pittsburgh's Jazz Days of Winter Set for February 16-23, 2019

Pittsburgh's Jazz Days of Winter Set for February 16-23, 2019

By Mackenzie Horne

Dwindling attendance is perhaps the most serious threat to the well-being of today's regional jazz circles, and addressing this issue requires an approach that is as authentic as it is aggressive. Problems with attendance and participation seem to be amplified in a metropolitan area as small as jny: Pittsburgh, and past history ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Brittany Anjou: Enamiĝo Reciprokataj

Read "Enamiĝo Reciprokataj" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

There's a fascinating disjunction shaping the work of pianist Brittany Anjou. In one bend of being, her endeavors reflect extreme faith in the concept of catholicity. As a student of Esperanto--the “universal language" devised by Dr. Ludwig Lazarus Zamenhof in the late 19th century--and a musician warmly embracing an ecumenical approach, open lines and the ability ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Aaron Goldberg: At The Edge Of The World

Read "At The Edge Of The World" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

One interesting aspect of this recording relates to eminent pianist Aaron Goldberg (Kurt Rosenwinkel, Joshua Redman) reuniting with cutting-edge drummer, Leon Parker in Paris. Back in the 1990s, the artists' connected for a gig, but Goldberg was initially indoctrinated to the drummer's performances with pianists, Jacky Terrasson, Brad Mehldau and other notables. But as the press ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Yonathan Avishai: Joys and Solitudes

Read "Joys and Solitudes" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Dopo due dischi pubblicati con altre etichette, Yonathan Avishai entra nella scuderia Ecm riproponendo il trio di Modern Times, con cui aveva debuttato nel 2015.
Nato a Tel Aviv nel 1977, da madre francese e padre israeliano, il pianista è in Francia dal 2001. Per un decennio ha vissuto a Bordeaux, dove ha studiato ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Thelonious Monk: Mønk

Read "Mønk" reviewed by Ian Patterson

There is certainly no shortage of Thelonious Monk live albums--there are several dozen, in fact--but not too many such recordings have been rescued from a skip, as seems to be the case with this long-lost tape of Monk from a 1963 concert at Odd Fellow Palaeet, Copenhagen. Lovingly restored by Gearbox Records, the recording finds Monk ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Harvey Sorgen: Dreamstruck

Read "Dreamstruck" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic

Throughout Dreamstruck's reverberant, captivating terrain, drummer Harvey Sorgen, bassist Joe Fonda and pianist Marilyn Crispell embark on a willful, tenacious interplay that serves as a template for the deep, wide ranging political and personal discourse we all need to seriously engage ourselves in.

Crispell's whispery, born-of-the-moment, intro to “My Song" welcomes us instantly into ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Joe Alterman Trio with John Sandfort at The Jazz Corner

Read "Joe Alterman Trio with John Sandfort at The Jazz Corner" reviewed by Martin McFie

The Joe Alterman Trio with John Sandfort
The Jazz Corner
Hilton Head Island
October 12-13, 2018

The Joe Alterman Trio played back-to-back nights at The Jazz Corner on Hilton Head Island, with special guest John Sandfort joining on tenor saxophone. The quartet played two openers together before Sandfort ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

A Conversation with Harold O'Neal

Read "A Conversation with Harold O'Neal" reviewed by Lorens Chuno

Harold O'neal's latest release, the solo piano album titled Piano Cinema, is a distinctively curated collection of songs that highlight Harold's excellent piano abilities while taking you on a subtle filmic journey.

Join Harold and me as we talk about Beyonce, Ahmad Jamal, the sounds of film, and other unrelated but connected subjects. ...

Meet Nora Sheehan Schaaf

Read "Meet Nora Sheehan Schaaf" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Before we jump into November's column, we'd like to know: Are YOU a jazz super fan? If you are and you'd like to be featured in an upcoming column, click here and send us a message!

Nora Sheehan Schaaf, along with her husband, Homer, has been going out to hear live jazz ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Binker & Moses At London's Jazz Cafe

Read "Binker & Moses At London's Jazz Cafe" reviewed by Chris May

Binker & Moses
Jazz Cafe
London
September 12, 2018

Binker & Moses began life around five years ago, when saxophonist Binker Golding and drummer Moses Boyd started playing ferocious, free-association duets during pre-performance sound checks as members of Zara McFarlane's band. Both musicians still tour and record with ...