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Alessandro Lanzoni Trio alla Sala Vanni di Firenze

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Alessandro Lanzoni Trio
Sala Vanni
Firenze
15.3.2109

Il breve tour di Alessandro Lanzoni per la presentazione del recentissimo disco Unplanned Ways, uscito per Cam Jazz, ha fatto tappa alla Sala Vanni di Firenze. Il nuovo trio del pianista lo vede accanto a due strepitosi musicisti statunitensi come il contrabbassista Thomas ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Dolomiti Ski Jazz - XXII Edizione

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Dolomiti Ski Jazz
9-17.3.2019
Val di Fiemme

Montagne di rara bellezza, piste innevate, pause gastronomiche nei rifugi, tanta buona musica. Da ben ventidue anni, il Dolomiti Ski Jazz offre all'appassionato di jazz e di montagna un mix impareggiabile.

Nel corso del tempo, il festival ci ha abituato a ...

ARTICLE: WHAT IS JAZZ?

Winter JazzFest's Weekend Marathon: A Survival Guide

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With each passing year, Winter JazzFest--New York's premiere jazz festival--has expanded the number of venues presenting an increasingly diverse array of musicians. There are several ways to approach a programme as dense and exciting as the 2019 edition of the two-day Marathon spanning January 11th and 12th. Thanks to an embarrassment of riches, festival goers face ...

ARTICLE: MULTIPLE REVIEWS

Max Johnson: In the West; Borderlands Trio: Asteroidea

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Max Johnson
In the West
Clean Feed Records

Un talento multiforme quello del bassista Max Johnson, in grado di spaziare dal rock al bluegrass, dal jazz d'avanguardia alla musica da camera. Tutte queste capacità mimetiche precipitano nel suo album In the West, disco che sembra contenere a fatica l'insieme ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Verheyen, Copland, van der Feen, McPherson Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

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Robin Verheyen can switch effortlessly between jazz, rock and Bach, but concentrates on acoustic improvisation with his New York quartet. The Flemish saxophonist performed recently at the BIMHUIS, accompanied by his band TaxiWars, which features dEUS frontman and cult indie legend Tom Barman. Verheyen lived in Brussels and Paris before moving to New York, ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Fred Hersch Trio: Live In Europe

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For the past few years, pianist Fred Hersch has been releasing CDs with a regularity that would make them feel routine if the music wasn't always so good. This new one is another live effort featuring his long standing trio with John Hebert and Eric McPherson, this time recorded in Brussels. As usual, it's excellent.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Fred Hersch: Live In Europe

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Fred Hersch has been a fixture on the New York jazz scene since the 1970s. By now a legendary international figure, Hersch has over the years compiled a powerful and diverse discography that includes everything from jazz standards to original compositions, a mostly solo album of the music of Antonio Carlos Jobim, an original composition, Leaves ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Fred Hersch: Life, Music, and the Creative Process

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Since his arrival on the jazz scene in the 1970s, pianist Fred Hersch has developed from a sought after sideman to a multi-Grammy nominated jazz icon, creative force, and significant composer of songs, jazz standards, and original complete works, the latter including Leaves of Grass (Palmetto, 2005), based upon the poetry of Walt Whitman. As one ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Stephan Crump / Kris Davis / Eric McPherson: Asteroidea

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When one hears the slightly ominous bass-register ostinato from Kris Davis's piano at the outset of the Borderlands Trio's debut album, Asteroidea, a spirit of mystery and intrigue quickly emerges. Its repetitive effect is hypnotic, and it creates the kind of mood you'd expect in classic film noir, where the unexpected is lurking right around the ...