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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEWS

Copenhagen Jazz Festival 2018: The Community Series at Koncertkirken

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Koncertkirken
Copenhagen Jazz Festival
Copenhagen
July 13-14, 2018

It was a flying visit of two days at this year's Copenhagen Jazz Festival with its 1500 concerts during 10 days. But with so many concerts spread over the city even two days demands serious decision-making and crisscrossing town. I was primarily ...

ARTICLE: MIXCLOUD

Michael Leonhart, Charles Lloyd and other great new releases

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Gorgeous music never stops. Case in point: the spectacularly beautiful new album by the Michael Leonhart Orchestra, The Painted Lady Suite, destined to become a reference record for large ensembles, and the latest release by Charles Lloyd and the Marvels, Vanished Gardens.

This episode of Mondo Jazz spotlights those albums and other intriguing new ...

ARTICLE: MIXCLOUD

Rogier Telderman Trio

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Rogier Telderman is being praised for his lyrical, energetic piano playing. Alongside his trio, he leads an artist-in-residence series in Rotterdam for which he collaborates with renowned European musicians such as Thomas Strønen, Adam Baldych, Vincent Courtois and Binkbeats.

For this live performance at BIMHUIS, he presents a new album with his trio with ...

Mathias Eick: Ravensburg

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Dopo il viaggio in una memoria immaginaria del precedente Midwest, ritratto di un Canada che gli ricordava la natia Norvegia, Mathias Eick passa a una memoria vissuta, legata all'infanzia e ai legami affettivi, raccolta in un lavoro che doveva chiamarsi Family come la traccia che lo apre e che poi ha preso il nome dalla città ...

Thomas Strønen: Lucus

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A due anni di distanza dall'omonimo disco, torna Time Is a Blid Guide, la singolare formazione del batterista norvegese Thomas Strønen.

Rispetto a quel primo lavoro c'è qualche variazione nell'organico, frutto del lavoro fatto assieme dal vivo: mancano i due percussionisti che affiancavano la batteria del leader e al pianoforte ha preso posto la ...

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Trondheim Jazzfest 2018

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Olafshallen, Dokhuset and other venues
Trondheim Jazzfest
Trondheim, Norway
May 8-12, 2018

Trondheim, Norway's third largest city, is the country's main center of intelligence in science, engineering and technology. It holds a key place in Norwegian history and identity in general, and in jazz/music specifically.

The ...

ARTICLE: MIXCLOUD

The Coltrane family, Jazz and funerals, and more new releases

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This episode focused on the Coltrane: John, Alice and Ravi, and by those inspired by their music.

Also, funeral marching bands from Southern Italy, and other jazz experiments with funeral music, which are much more fun than you'd expect!

And of course more new releases!

Playlist Ben Allison “Mondo Jazz ...

ARTICLE: CD/LP/TRACK REVIEW

Mathias Eick: Ravensburg

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On his previous ECM release, Midwest (2015), trumpeter and composer, Mathias Eick plotted the course of his Norwegian ancestors to the heartland of America. Drawn from his own travels as well, Eick applies personal experiences and family lore once again on Ravensburg, named for the German town of his grandmother. Here the journey is closer to ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEWS

Thomas Strønen: Sense of Time

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Time Is a Blind Guide, the ensemble led by Norwegian drummer and composer Thomas Stronen, has just released its sophomore record Lucus (ECM), three years after its eponymous debut album. With Ayumi Tanaka on piano, Håkon Aase on violin, Lucy Railton on cello and Ole Morten Vågan on double bass, Strønen has built a chamber-like ensemble ...

15 Emerging Norwegian Jazz Musicians You Need To Know About

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Double your Norwegian jazz pleasure: listen to our companion Norwegian jazz mixtape while reading this article.

Far too many people talk about the Norwegian scene as being “interesting because it's so exotic." Those who think so, have in mind its “Nordic Tone," that distinctive mood which evokes snow, mountains and icy fjords. This kind ...