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ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Elliot Mason & Cre8tion: Before, Now & After

Read "Before, Now & After" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Jazz has no shortage of albums dealing with the past-present-future continuum--quite the opposite, in fact--but few carry as personal a tone as trombonist Elliot Mason's debut leader date. While speaking to broad concepts in dealing with the music's history and the notion of time taking form as one giant through line, Mason also inserts family ties ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Jamie Saft: Jazz in the Key of Iggy

Read "Jamie Saft: Jazz in the Key of Iggy" reviewed by Luca Canini

In 1988 Bill Laswell produced Iggy Pop's album Instinct. Back then, little he could have known that, almost thirty years later, he would have been instrumental in facilitating the iconic singer's first foray in the Jazz world. Loneliness Road (RareNoiseRecords) documents the latest incarnation of James Newell Osterberg Junior, the front man of proto-punk band The ...

Roberto Bonati - Bjergsted Jazz Ensemble: Nor Sea, Nor Land, Nor Salty Waves

Read "Nor Sea, Nor Land, Nor Salty Waves" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Lavoro orchestrale frutto di una lunga collaborazione con il Bjergsted Jazz Ensemble di Stavanger, Norvegia, questo progetto a firma di Roberto Bonati, che ne dirige l'esecuzione, prende spunto da Völuspà -The Prophecy of Völva (La profezia della veggente), che è parte dell'Edda Poetica, poema della mitologia nordica. L'opera si articola in otto quadri di lunghezza variabile ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Erik Friedlander: A Little Cello?

Read "Erik Friedlander: A Little Cello?" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Normally lumped into the 'miscellaneous instruments' category of jazz awards, the cello has been something of a bit player in the colorful history of jazz. That said, today there are arguably more cellists in jazz and contemporary improvised music--and some extraordinary ones at that--than ever before. One of the best known cellists is undoubtedly Erik Friedlander, ...

Steve Turre: Colors for the Masters

Read "Colors for the Masters" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

When it comes to the contemporary trombone artists, there are two schools of exploration. Steve Turre is an advocate of the more melodic school of which elder champions include Curtis Fuller and J.J. Johnson. The more ebullient and bop-inflected side of things has its greatest proponent in Conrad Herwig. No one method should be considered the ...

Jeremy Danneman: Lost Signals

Read "Lost Signals" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Lost Signals is the third Jeremy Danneman Ropeadope Records release from a series of sessions recorded in the fall of 2013 with bass icon William Parker, percussionist Tim Keiper, and guitarist Anders Nilsson. You might think that after culling tracks for Lady Boom Boom (2015) and Help (2015) from these sessions, that a third release might ...

New Zion w/ Cyro Baptista: Sunshine Seas

Read "Sunshine Seas" reviewed by Mark Corroto

The third release by Jamie Saft's New Zion Trio expands the concepts he launched with his previous efforts, Fight Against Babylon (Veal Records, 2011), and Chaliwa (Veal Records, 2013). His reggae/dub-meets-piano trio explorations expand with the inclusion of Brazilian percussionist Cyro Baptista. This rhythm trance music casts a much larger net, one of universal spirituality, beyond physical matter ...

ARTICLE: TAKE FIVE WITH...

Take Five with Rob Saffer of the Creative Music Foundation

Read "Take Five with Rob Saffer of the Creative Music Foundation" reviewed by Creative Music Foundation

In this installment of Take Five we hear from Executive Director Rob Saffer of the Creative Music Foundation, an organization founded in 1971 by Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso and Ornette Coleman. CMS has brought together leading innovators in the jazz and world music communities through their CMS workshops.

About the Creative Music Studio Fall ...

NEWS: PERFORMANCE / TOUR

John Zorn’s Masada Book III The Book Beriah At Roulette on September 10th

John Zorn’s Masada Book III The Book Beriah At Roulette on September 10th

Launched in 1993 with the idea of expanding the definition of what Jewish music can be, John Zorn’s Masada project has become a touchstone of New Jewish Music for the last three decades. This marathon concert will feature the world premiere of many compositions interpreted by four exciting bands from the extended Masada family: Brazilian percussionist ...

NEWS: EDUCATION

Creative Music Studio Announces Fall Workshop, October 5-9, 2015

Creative Music Studio Announces Fall Workshop, October 5-9, 2015

Composer/multi-instrumentalist and Creative Music Studio alumnus Peter Apfelbaum, master percussionist/educator Billy Martin, and composer/saxophonist Rudresh Mahanthappa will join CMS Artistic Directors/Co-Founders Karl Berger and Ingrid Sertso as Guiding Artists for the Creative Music Studio Fall 2015 Workshop Intensive, October 5-9, at the ear-inspiring Full Moon Resort in Big Indian, NY. CMS’s Fall 2015 Workshop features a format ...