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Robert Glasper Trio at Freespace Jazz Festival

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Robert Glasper Trio with DJ Sundance
The Box, Freespace
Freespace Jazz Festival
Hong Kong
November 10, 2019

What can a visiting artist hope to offer a city in turmoil, torn apart and bleeding from months of violent unrest? Distraction, escape, respite-- sure, but just maybe reflection, too. Robert Glasper couldn't ...

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Jazzkaar 2019

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Jazzkaar
Tallinn, Estonia
April 23-28, 2019

Towards the second half of Jazzkaar, there was an invasion of starry Americans, overwhelming the normally quite striking wealth of indigenous Estonian talent. As ever, the fundamental structure of this 10-dayer revolved around its two main stages in the Telliskivi Creative City, Vaba Lava ...

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2019 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland

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2019 Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland
Playhouse Square
Cleveland, Ohio
June 27-29, 2019

The year was 1979. Mainstream styles were on the wane and the major labels had largely abandoned jazz product, with the invention of the compact disc some three years in the future. The musical landscape in terms of jazz was ...

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Bray Jazz Festival 2019

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Bray Jazz Festival
Various venues
Bray, Ireland
May 3-5, 2019

The May Bank Holiday weekend is always a festive occasion in Bray, but this year was of particular note as the Bray Jazz Festival celebrated its twentieth anniversary. Founded by Dorothy and George Jacob in response to a ...

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Malta Jazz Festival 2017

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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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Vicenza Jazz Festival 2017

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Vicenza Jazz Festival 2017
Vicenza, varie sedi
12-21.05.2017

Dipanandosi per una decina di giorni in vari spazi, per larga misura luoghi di alto valore storico-monumentale, il festival diretto da Riccardo Brazzale ha confermato la sua linea possibilista, alla ricerca di certezze e sorprese, di nomi noti e proposte più specialistiche, ...

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Black Art Jazz Collective: Black Art Jazz Collective - Presented By The Side Door Jazz Club

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Formed by a cross-section of contemporary jazz's leading voices, the Black Art Jazz Collective has a simple goal as political as it is salutary: create a platform for artists of the same generation to collaborate musically and promote the recognition of African- American cultural and political figures.

Comprised of Wayne Escoffery (tenor sax),Jeremy Pelt (trumpet), ...

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Black Art Jazz Collective: Black Art Jazz Collective - Presented By The Side Door Jazz Club

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The Black Art Jazz Collective was founded in 2013 by saxophonist Wayne Escoffery, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt and drummer Johnathan Blake, with bassist Dwayne Burno added shortly thereafter, and further expanded by trombonist James Burton (III) and pianist Xavier Davis. The group's first performance was Dizzy's Club Coca Cola in April, 2013. Sadly, Burno died in December ...

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Damión Reid: On Drum Artistry, The Robert Glasper Trio, and Beyond

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International drummer Damión Reid has crafted a style that is inimitable without sacrificing the ardor of modern jazz and its traditional stylistic approaches to drumming. Listening to Reid is like a history lesson on the drum--he can play everything with artful dexterity from Be-Bop to Hip Hop.

Adrian Kirchler, owner of AK drums, was ...