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Idiomatically conversant with modern and traditional jazz, classical music, Brazilian choro, Argentine tango, and an expansive timeline of Afro-Cuban styles, Anat Cohen has established herself as one of the primary voices of her generation on both the tenor saxophone and clarinet since arriving in New York in 1999. Born in Tel Aviv, Israel, Anat grew up with musical siblings; her older brother, Yuval, is himself a saxophonist of note, and her younger brother, Avishai, is one of New York’s busiest trumpeters. She began clarinet studies at age 12 and played jazz on clarinet for the first time in her Jaffa conservatory’s Dixieland band

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Anat Cohen, Weather Report, Craig Taborn and Much More

Read "Anat Cohen, Weather Report, Craig Taborn and Much More" reviewed by Jerome Wilson


This show includes a wide array of jazz musicians from the present and recent past including Anat Cohen, Donny McCaslin, Weather Report, Henry Threadgill and Roy Haynes. Playlist Henry Threadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete Novus & Columbia Recordings of Henry Threadgill & Air (Mosaic) 00:00 Sextet of ...

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Article: Live Review

Anat Cohen Tentet and Quartetinho at SFJAZZ Center

Read "Anat Cohen Tentet and Quartetinho at SFJAZZ Center" reviewed by Harry S. Pariser


Anat Cohen Tentet and QuartetinhoMiner Auditorium / SFJAZZ CenterSan Francisco, CA March 26-27, 2022 Clarinetist Anat Cohen, a Tel Aviv native, studied at Berklee School of Music in Boston before relocating to Brooklyn. Over the decades, she has received worldwide recognition, including “Up and Coming Artist," “Clarinetist of the Year" and “Multi-Reedist of the ...

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Take Five with Ariel Bart

Read "Take Five with Ariel Bart" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Meet Ariel Bart Ariel Bart is a harmonica player and composer born in Israel in 1998 and currently based in jny: Berlin. Her debut album, In Between, was released in May 2021 on Ropeadope. In the album, Ariel presents a unique approach to the harmonica and her composed melodies, which are inspired by the European jazz ...

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New Releases Plus a Celebration of Jazz Capricorns Sade, Melba Liston and More

Read "New Releases Plus a Celebration of Jazz Capricorns Sade, Melba Liston and More" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new releases from Pete Malinverni, Remy Le Boeuf's Assembly of Shadows and the Yellowjackets. In the first hour, songs by Sade and in the second hour a set of tunes honoring composer, arranger trombonist Melba Liston to celebrate their birthdays. Other Capricorn shoutouts include Rachel Z, Chelsea McBride, Christine Tobin, Ingrid Jensen, Andrea ...

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Another Collaboration Of Anat Cohen With Marcello Gonçalves, A New Single From The Royal Bopsters Plus More October Releases

Read "Another Collaboration Of Anat Cohen With Marcello Gonçalves, A New Single From The Royal Bopsters Plus More October Releases" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


This broadcast presents new releases from Anat Cohen & Marcello Goncalves, vocalists Deborah Silver, Trineice Robinson, trombonist Ron Wilkins plus a single from The Royal Bopsters, with birthday shoutouts to Nelly Lutcher (Hurry On Down, He's A Real Gone Guy), Eve Sicular, Nancy Kelly, Amy London, Jean Baylor and more. Thanks for listening and please support ...

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Article: Album Review

Renee Rosnes: Kinds of Love

Read "Kinds of Love" reviewed by Mike Jurkovic


Still riding high on the energy generated by her superwoman jazz group Artemis—Anat Cohen, Melissa Aldana, Ingrid Jensen, Noriko Ueda and Allison Miller— pianist Renee Rosnes, undaunted by the string of world crises but just as ruminative as the rest of us, elicits some of the most emotive and enthralling music of her career on Kinds ...

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Article: Live Review

The 2021 Detroit Jazz Festival: A World Community, Day 3

Read "The 2021 Detroit Jazz Festival: A World Community, Day 3" reviewed by Paul Rauch


Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 This is the third of four pieces covering the 2021 Detroit International Jazz Festival. Two weeks before the festival, a decision was made to go to a virtual format due to the surge provided by the Delta variant of Covid-19. Three outdoor stages ...

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The 2021 Detroit Jazz Festival: A Commitment to the Music, Day 1

Read "The 2021 Detroit Jazz Festival: A Commitment to the Music, Day 1" reviewed by Paul Rauch


Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3 | Day 4 This is the first of four pieces covering the 2021 Detroit International Jazz Festival. Two weeks before the festival, a decision was made to go to a virtual format due to the surge provided by the Delta variant of Covid-19. Three outdoor stages ...

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Ladies Don't Write Lyrics - Celebrating the Words of Dorothy Fields

Read "Ladies Don't Write Lyrics - Celebrating the Words of Dorothy Fields" reviewed by Mary Foster Conklin


The broadcast begins with several Dorothy Fields standards to celebrate her birthday. Although the daughter of vaudeville star Lew Fields who coined the phrase “That was no lady—that was my wife," he did not approve of her vocation, saying “Ladies do not write lyrics." She retorted “I'm no lady—I'm your daughter!" The rest is herstory. Also ...


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