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Wolfgang Lackerschmid: Lake Geneva

Read "Lake Geneva" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Sometimes, scenery just begets beautiful music. In the summer of 1995, vibraphonist Wolfgang Lackerschmid found himself in an idyllic setting on the shores of Lake Geneva. He was there with guitarist Chuck Loeb, bassist John Lee, and drummer-percussionist Marilyn Mazur--a super band of sorts that was assembled for a one-off recording session--and that foursome couldn't have ...

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Stefanie Schlesinger: Reality

Read "Reality" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Reality is relative. For some, it's a direct reflection of the walk of life; for others, it's embedded in what's heard and seen from a safe distance--music encountered in a concert hall or club, movies and television shows taken in from the couch or the theater--and the merging of art and entertainment with daily existence. This ...

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Frantisek Uhlir: 60

Read "60" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Prague Castle is the premier performance venue in the capital of the Czech Republic. It has held a monthly Jazz at the Castle concert since 2004, with the largest number of performances coming from bassist František Uhlíř. He has performed eight times at the venue, including September 8, 2010, to celebrate his 60th birthday. The cast ...