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ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Jazz dans la Nuit at The Montreal International Jazz Festival 2018

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jny: Montreal is a city known for its beautiful historic churches and cathedrals. Église du Gesù, a magnificent church situated in the heart of downtown Montreal, opened its doors in 1865. The basement in the church has housed an amphitheater dedicated to the arts ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Michael Leonhart: Surfing on an Orchestral Wave

Read "Michael Leonhart: Surfing on an Orchestral Wave" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

If one were to find an answer to the age-old “nature or nurture" debate, s/he would have to look no further than The Painted Lady Suite [Sunnyside Records]. Listening to the stunning debut album by the Michael Leonhart Orchestra makes it clear that major achievements are only possible when nature and nurture are well integrated and ...

Live From New York: Wayne Escoffery, Mingus Big Band, Tomas Fujiwara, Mara Rosenbloom & The Ron Carter Big Band

Read "Live From New York: Wayne Escoffery, Mingus Big Band, Tomas Fujiwara, Mara Rosenbloom & The Ron Carter Big Band" reviewed by Martin Longley

Wayne Escoffery & Tenor Traditions
Smalls
March 31, 2018

To assist with his investigation into tenor traditions, saxophonist Wayne Escoffery formed a full-thrust front line with Marcus Strickland and George Garzone, surely one of the most vibrant teams possible around current NYC clubland. The quintet was completed by bassist Yasushi ...

Charles Mingus 95th Birthday Celebration

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Mingus Big Band
Jazz Standard
New York, NY
April 24, 2017

Saturday, April 22, was an unusually good day. It started, blessedly, when the president did not tweet out a series of early morning fabrications/accusations to befuddle the free world. And it could only get better from there: It was Earth Day! Scientists ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

Charles Mingus 95th Birthday Celebration At Jazz Standard Monday April 24, 2017

Charles Mingus 95th Birthday Celebration At Jazz Standard Monday April 24, 2017

On Monday, April 24th, the Charles Mingus Institute and the Jazz Standard will join forces to celebrate the life and work of one of the most important figures in twentieth century American music: accomplished composer and bassist, Charles Mingus. In honor of what would be his 95th birthday, the event will showcase Mingus classics as well as ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Hilary Gardner: The Great City

Read "The Great City" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Nel traboccante panorama delle nuove jazz singers, Hilary Gardner ha saputo emergere già con questo debutto, che spicca per la sentita adesione al jazz anni quaranta/cinquanta senza timore d'apparire demodé. La Gardner è una suadente interprete di ballads che disegna con profonda musicalità, purezza espressiva ed elegante chiarore timbrico secondo i modelli di Julie London, Peggy ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Hilary Gardner: The Great City

Read "The Great City" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

New York City has its fair share of sobriquets--"The City That Never Sleeps," “The Big Apple," and “Gotham" are just a few that spring to mind. It's a place of joy and frustration, triumph and tragedy, hope and despair, and all that exists between the extremes. It's a microcosm of the world we know, existing not ...

Four From The Posi-Tone Pile

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Some labels release a few records a year; some put out a record every month or two; and then there are those, like the Los Angeles-based Posi-Tone Records, that prefer to push even more music through the pipeline.

As 2014 came into being, Posi-Tone began an ambitious release schedule, putting out a new ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Andy Hunter: Think Like A Mountain

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Trombonist Andy Hunter has taken a seat in many of the most important big bands of the past decade, yet many are still unaware of his skills. He sadly suffers from “section man syndrome": that ailment that afflicts those who are heard by many, yet never truly seen for who they are. Hunter, who has resided ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Trombonist/Composer Andy Hunter Releases New CD "Think Like a Mountain"

Trombonist/Composer Andy Hunter Releases New CD "Think Like a Mountain"

The new Andy Hunter album, Think Like a Mountain, will be released October 30th, 2012.   The album features Alex Sipiagin on Trumpet, Jason Marshall on Baritone Saxophone, Dave Kikoski on Fender Rhodes, Boris Kozlov on Bass, and of course, the writing, arranging, and Trombone voice of Andy Hunter. About Andy Hunter: Andy Hunter is an exciting, bold musician ...