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Sync! Ned Rothenberg, Samir Chatterjee, Jerome Harris

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After more than two decades of activity Ned Rothenberg's Sync remains a reference band in its capacity to seamlessly integrate musical traditions and influences from various parts of the world in a unique line-up featuring the leader on reeds and shakuhachi, Samir Chatterjee on tabla and Jerome Harris on guitar and bass guitar.

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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Ned Rothenberg all'Atelier Culturale di Brescia

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Ned Rothenberg
Secret Concert
Atelier Culturale
Brescia
15.11.2019

I geografi del '500 tracciavano sulle carte il frutto delle loro esplorazioni, con tratto preciso e ricchezza di dettagli iconici, evocando il carattere di terre, popolazioni, animali, piante. Facendo diventare il loro lavoro fonte di conoscenza, ma pure di narrazione stimolante ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Denman Maroney: Solo @70

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Denman Maroney, best-known for his use of the dual-keyboard hyper piano, celebrates his seventieth birthday with a massive collection of solo pieces played on the traditional piano. However, there is little traditional about Solo@70. Maroney's sizable catalog of over forty releases includes several solo projects; the previous such album, Domicil Solo (Live) (Self Produced, 2017) consisting ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jon Irabagon: Invisible Horizon

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One would imagine that a musician as chameleon-like as saxophonist Jon Irabagon, capable of playing in any genre, in any context, at any time, must have a real challenge finding unexplored territory. Equally adept at mainstream blowing, as on Observer (Concord, 2009), energized free-bop with Barry Altschul's 3dom Factor, the no-holds-barred mania of his assorted outings ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ivo Perelman: Strings 1

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Strings 1 and Strings 2 are concurrent releases--the first of seven themed albums--that also could have been subtitled “The Art of Improvisation," hearkening back to tenor sax titan Ivo Perelman's 6-volume 2016 releases, featuring longtime collaborator, cellist Mat Maneri and others. Hence, the cellist appears on both of these new Chamber-like groupings as Strings 2 also ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Erik Friedlander throws a glass of absinthe, and more new releases

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This week Mondo Jazz chats with cellist Erik Friedlander about his latest project inspired by Pablo Picasso's bronze sculpture “Glass of Absinthe." Artemisia--a visually stunning vinyl box set containing musically stunning work--features Uri Caine on piano, Mark Helias on bass and Ches Smith on drums.

And, of course, more new releases!

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2018 New Releases and upcoming concerts

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In this episode of Mondo Jazz we preview unreleased music as well as interesting releases that will be published in the coming months. We also look into Swiss, Finnish, and French approaches to quintessentially United Statesian music genres like Hip-Hop, Jazz and Americana, which travelled to Europe and got local. We also feature Darrell Grant's and ...

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Traveling (Part 2)

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Jazz and Travel... what a natural fit!

In this installment of Mondo Jazz we continue exploring music that was inspired by the relentless travels that jazz musicians have to endure in order to share their music with their audiences, their departures and arrivals, their discoveries, adventures and misadventures using trains and planes and the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Ton-Klami: Prophecy Of Nue

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Another installment in the No Business Records series of unreleased Chap Chap label recordings licensed from Japan provides a fascinating glimpse of an unfamiliar soundworld. Prophecy Of Nue features the long lived group Ton-Klami live in concert in 1995. The band member best known in the West might be pianist Masahiko Satoh, who has recorded with ...

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Ned Rothenberg, Hamid Drake: Full Circle – Live in Lodz

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Full Circle--Live in Lodz è parte di un notevole, ghiotto catalogo di documenti registrati dal vivo in Polonia dall'etichetta Fundacja Sluchaj, in cui figura un ampio ventaglio di musicisti che alloggiano nell'empireo del jazz improvvisato contemporaneo. Nel caso di questo CD siamo di fronte all'accoppiata formidabile di Ned Rothenberg e Hamid Drake. Quello che si può ...