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Celebrating Andrew Cyrille at the 2019 Vision Festival

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The 2019 jazz festival “high holy" season opened with the sounds of the 24th Vision Festival, the longest running jazz festival in jny: New York City. The festival is dedicated to free jazz and improvised music, but it is an expansive celebration of art in its many guises. Dance performances, poetry and visual art forms are ...

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ARTICLE: BOOK REVIEWS

All That's Jazz

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All That's Jazz
Sammy Stein
198 Pages
ISBN: 13: 978-0-9557670-9-8
Tomahawk Press
2017

Sammy Stein is a brave woman. Take that title--not just a riff on “All That Jazz" to cover a personal memoir of time spent in the jazz trenches but ALL that IS jazz. This is a ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

12 Points Returns With Best Of New European Jazz, Dublin, April 15-18

12 Points Returns With Best Of New European Jazz, Dublin, April 15-18

12 Points returns to his spiritual home of jny: Dublin at the Project Arts Centre from April 15-18 for 4 days of exciting young jazz acts from across Europe, with daytime ‘Jazz Futures’ seminar and after-hours jam sessions. Festival Pass €50 / Daily Tickets €15/12 "The freshest, hottest sounds in jazz and contemporary experimental music” —The Irish Times 4 ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz Debuts On Rarenoise With Double Ep, The Shape Of Doomjazz To Come / Saxophone Giganticus

Free Nelson Mandoomjazz Debuts On Rarenoise With Double Ep, The Shape Of Doomjazz To Come / Saxophone Giganticus

With a crunching sound that is as teeth-chatteringly heavy as metal icons like Slayer and Megadeth or ferocious grindcore groups like Napalm Death and Brutal Truth, yet is imbued with the freedom principle of such avant-garde jazz icons as saxophonists Marshall Allen, Albert Ayler and Peter Brötzman, the formidable instrumental power trio from Scotland known as ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Norwegian Jazz 101b: JazzNorway in a Nutshell 2010

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Norway may be a country that, more than most, aims to expose people from around the world to its culture through annual events like JazzNorway in a Nutshell, but as rich an experience as attending that junket is, returning to it on a regular basis is an ...