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Enrico Rava Special Edition at Teatro Nuovo

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Enrico Rava Special Edition
Pisa Jazz
Teatro Nuovo
Pisa, Italy
Sept. 25 2019

Enrico Rava, the musician who almost single-handedly gave Italian jazz an international profile in the '70s with his recordings, turns 80 this year and celebrates the milestone in the way he knows best: in music. He's ...

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Italian Showcase Festival and Fringe Program, Novara

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European Jazz Conference 2019: Italian Showcase Festival and Fringe Program
Various venues
Novara, Italy
September 11-15, 2019

At a time when the ideals of unity and transnational solidarity that represented the founding values of modern-day Europe seem to be faltering under ...

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European Jazz Conference 2019

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European Jazz Conference 2019
Various Venues
jny: Novara, Italy
September 12-15, 2019

For its sixth edition the European Jazz Conference dropped anchor in sunny Italy. Where Rome or Milan might have been more obvious locations for such a high-powered international ...

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Enrico Rava and Joe Lovano Release Roma on ECM Records. Out Now!

Enrico Rava and Joe Lovano Release Roma on ECM Records. Out Now!

Enrico Rava, the doyen of Italian jazz, joined forces with Joe Lovano, masterful US tenorist of Sicilian heritage, for a brief tour in November 2018. On this album, recorded live at Rome’s Auditorium Parco della Musica, the two masters lead a spirited quintet that includes lyrical pianist Giovanni Guidi, dynamic drummer Gerald Cleaver and virtuosic bassist ...

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Michele Rabbia - Gianluca Petrella - Eivind Aarset: Lost River

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There is a bewitching soundscape from a group of subtle and skilled aural sculptors on this beautifully abstract ECM Records session. The players' backgrounds touch on jazz, electronics, European folk and much more, but none of that really matters here. Their approach on Lost River is free of form and convention in the most liberating sense. ...

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Nicola Conte: Other Directions

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Since debuting with the quintessential acid-jazz suite Jet Sounds on the Milan-based label Schema in 2000, the composer, arranger, producer and guitarist Nicola Conte has released another ten exquisitely beautiful albums exploring acid jazz, spiritual jazz, soul jazz and bossa nova, often all on the same disc. Conte also produces other artists and has curated rare-groove ...

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Michele Rabbia/Gianluca Petrella/Eivind Aarset: Lost River

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The ECM catalog includes a broad range of musical genres: the only things they have in common are a forward outlook and excellent musicianship. But there are some that are truly beyond category, and this largely improvised album is one of them. Italian percussionist Michele Rabbia, Italian trombonist Gianluca Petrella and Norwegian guitarist Eivind Aarset came ...

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Lo Spiritual Galaxy di Nicola Conte a Rovereto Jazz

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Spiritual Galaxy
Rovereto Jazz
Atrio del Mart
14.6.2019

Lo Spiritual Galaxy di Nicola Conte ha inaugurato i concerti serali di Rovereto Jazz 2019, venerdi 14 giugno sotto la cupola del Mart, il noto museo di arte moderna e contemporanea. Il produttore e chitarrista barese è da un ventennio l'originale risposta ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Musette Explosion!

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Musette Explosion is a trio featuring Will Holshouser (accordion), Matt Munisteri (guitar) and Marcus Rojas (tuba) which gives a very New York twist to a quintessentially Parisian art-form like Musette music. Together they bring this genre to new places through virtuosic improvisation and original pieces, sonic surprises and adventurous playing, shot through with a sense of ...

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Thelonious Monk Revisited

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Thelonious Monk once said “play what you want and let the public pick up on what you are doing even if it does take them 15, 20 years." Luckily, he lived long enough to become fully embraced and celebrated before his passing. However, it's after his death that his music has really become central to the ...