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Thailand International Jazz Conference 2019: World-Class Jazz Artists Join The Stage Of The TIJC!

Thailand International Jazz Conference  2019:  World-Class Jazz Artists Join The Stage Of The TIJC!

The College of Music, Mahidol University, host of the event, brings together the selection of the world-class jazz artists from America and Europe, the region recognized as producing the world's best jazz artists of today. Together with the renowned Thai artists that will give you the ultimate joy in TIJC 2019, the 11th Thailand International Jazz ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Merano Jazz 2018

Read "Merano Jazz 2018" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Kursaal, Teatro Kimm
Merano
10-15.07.2018

Il primo che soffia sulle ventidue candeline di Merano Jazz è Pat Metheny, che con il suo quartetto apre la sezione concertistica di un festival caratterizzato pure da una prestigiosa sezione didattica: l'Accademia Mitteleuropea, diretta da Franco D'Andrea ed Ewald Kontschieder, giunta quest'anno alla diciassettesima ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

Omer Avital Qantar Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam

Read "Omer Avital Qantar Live at BIMHUIS Amsterdam" reviewed by BIMHUIS

Qantar is the new quintet of composer and double bassist Omer Avital, who is known to lead his bands with such fervor that Downbeat has already compared him to the legendary Charles Mingus.

In his music Omer Avital plays a captivating blend of jazz and middle-eastern influences, drawing from his Jewish and Arabic heritage. ...

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Omer Avital Quintet al Teatro Manzoni di Milano

Read "Omer Avital Quintet al Teatro Manzoni di Milano" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

Omer Avital Quintet
Aperitivo in Concerto
Teatro Manzoni
Milano
05.02.2017

Dopo qualche anno di assenza, torna a Milano il contrabbassista Omer Avital, tra i maggiori esponenti di quella scena musicale israeliana -con forte presenza/residenza a New York -che negli ultimi anni si sta rivelando tra le più attive ed interessanti ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Amos Hoffman: Back To The City

Read "Back To The City" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Amos Hoffman's story is one of departures and returns. This guitarist-oudist cut his teeth in his native Israel, made his way to Amsterdam, and finally ended up in New York in the '90s as part of what could be considered the first wave of Israeli jazz talent to really make an impact on the Big Apple. ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Eyal Vilner Big Band: Almost Sunrise

Read "Almost Sunrise" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Suddenly, it seems, the state of Israel has become a focal point and incubator for contemporary jazz. A new wave of world-class musicians led by the three Cohens (not to be confused with Broadway's three Cohans) has crossed the ocean to plant the Israeli flag firmly in the midst of what was once considered an unassailable ...