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Joe Locke: Subtle Disguise

Read "Subtle Disguise" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Have we been dealing with two different Joe Lockes for all these years? To some, the vibraphonist presents as a technically adept and intellectually curious seeker, constantly pushing through to new levels of possibility and commitment with his music. But for others, Locke is a conduit to understanding the human condition. This is a dichotomy that ...

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Ivan Baryshnikov Quartet: Journey

Read "Journey" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Capturing his East-to-West life trajectory, Russian saxophonist Ivan Baryshnikov's debut Journey documents his path through the jazz world via his origins in Moscow, an intervening stay in the Netherlands, and his ultimate arrival in New York, the end-point of his travels (for now). It's a well-conceived set of ten original pieces, with a convincing display of ...

ARTICLE: FROM FAR AND WIDE

The World's First International Online Contest by 7 Virtual Jazz Club

Read "The World's First International Online Contest by 7 Virtual Jazz Club" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

On December 19th 2016, the first international online jazz contest ended with the announcement of the three winners. Organized by Valerio Pappi the artistic director of “7 Virtual Jazz Club" the inaugural edition of this innovative competition was dedicated to cornetist Nick La Rocca. Born of Sicilian parents in jny: New Orleans, La Rocca, despite the ...