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Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

All About Jazz is celebrating John Escreet's birthday today!

Over the course of his career, John Escreet has earned a reputation as one of the most active and diverse pianist/composers working in jazz and improvised music. His prolific output is reflected over the course of 6 diverse and critically acclaimed albums- the most recent being ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

All About Jazz is celebrating John Escreet's birthday today!

Over the course of his career, John Escreet has earned a reputation as one of the most active and diverse pianist/composers working in jazz and improvised music. His prolific output is reflected over the course of 6 diverse and critically acclaimed albums- the most recent being ...

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Malta Jazz Festival 2017

Read "Malta Jazz Festival 2017" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi


Malta Jazz Festival 2017
La Valletta -Malta
Varie Sedi
20-22.07.2017

Giunto alla 27ma edizione, il Malta Jazz Festival è uno dei più longevi appuntamenti europei di musica afro-americana, particolarmente suggestivo per il connubio tra la bellezza dei luoghi e l'alto livello di programmazione. Anche quest'anno le scelte del direttore artistico ...

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Merano Jazz 2017

Read "Merano Jazz 2017" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala

Merano Jazz 2017
Teatro Puccini
Merano
10-13.07.2017

Da molti anni l'appuntamento di Merano Jazz è imperniato su tre concerti e cinque giornate intense di corsi dell'Accademia Mitteleuropea, diretti da Franco D'Andrea ed Ewald Kontschieder. In ogni edizione si invita un artista diverso per la masterclass principale, e dal 2002 sono passati ...

Alex Sipiagin: Moments Captured

Read "Moments Captured" reviewed by Andrew Luhn

Trumpeter Alex Sipiagin's 12th outing as a leader for the esteemed Criss Cross label finds him returning to the three-horn front line format that he previously explored on the masterful “Destinations Unknown" (Criss Cross, 2011). Returning from that date are tenor giant Chris Potter and the unrelentingly groovy Eric Harland on drums. David Binney is Sipiagin's ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

John Escreet: The Unknown

Read "The Unknown" reviewed by Budd Kopman

Improvisation is the core of jazz, and hearing it live is the best possible experience. However, there are different levels of improvisation, ranging from stretching the melody, to playing over a tune's changes, or taking off during a particular composition. The presence of melody, harmony and rhythm as well as structure can vary to a wide ...

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John Escreet: The Unknown

Read "The Unknown" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Stepping into the void without a map, compass, or guide can be an incredibly scary experience. But the very same scenario can also be liberating. Musicians freed of the shackles of preconceived ideas are the ones, after all, who speak the lingua franca of jazz--improvisation, that is--in its purest dialect. And improvisation doesn't get any truer ...

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Quinsin Nachoff: Flux

Read "Flux" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Saxophonist Quinsin Nachoff sounds right at home on Mythology Records--saxophonist/producer/provocateur David Binney's label. Everything on Mythology has a intensity and modernity, a brashness and in-your-face confidence of delivery, whether it's Binney as the leader, or on sets headed up by pianists John Escreet or Edward Simon, or Quinsin Nachoff.

Flux is Nachoff's debut on ...

NEWS: BIRTHDAY

Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

Jazz Musician of the Day: John Escreet

All About Jazz is celebrating John Escreet's birthday today!

Over the course of his career, John Escreet has earned a reputation as one of the most active and diverse pianist/composers working in jazz and improvised music. His prolific output is reflected over the course of 6 diverse and critically acclaimed albums- the most recent being ...

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Piccola guida al nuovo jazz italiano

Read "Piccola guida al nuovo jazz italiano" reviewed by Luca Canini

Non è vero che il jazz italiano sta bene. Non è vero che siamo il paese dei festival e che abbiamo musicisti che tutto il mondo ci invidia. Possiamo raccontarcela tra di noi, se vi va. Facendo finta che questo sia il migliore dei mondi possibili e che il sole dell'avvenire splenda alto sopra l'orizzonte, ma ...