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Anne Drummond

Flutist, pianist, and composer Anne Drummond practices and teaches improvisational music. She has been performing internationally since 1997, and as of 2006, began writing for various chamber groups receiving critical acclamation in North America and Europe. Of late she performs frequently with her spirited sextet co-led with Lew Soloff. Drummond has a strong research interest in the cognitive neuroscience of music, particularly improvisation. Currently she collaborates with researchers in cognitive neuroscience to study the effects of musical improvisation on the brain, and is interested in the biological basis of creativity and in relationship between music education and neuroplasticity. Endorsed by Powell flutes, Drummond teaches master classes to aspiring flutists

Album

Soundtrack

Label: HighNote Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Picking Up the Pieces; Soundtrack; Be the Light; Part 1: The Lighter Side; Part 2: The Darker Side; Elegy; I’m Still Standing; I Love Music; Shifting Images; You and Me.

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Article: Album Review

Jeremy Pelt: Soundtrack

Read "Soundtrack" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Although Soundtrack is the name of trumpeter Jeremy Pelt's latest album (more about that in a moment), there is another selection that more readily summarizes Pelt's lyric philosophy: “I Love Music." And while there is ample contrast, camaraderie and color on the album, there is no doubt that Pelt's clear and creative commentaries are the focal ...

Album

Somewhere Different

Label: Impulse! Records
Released: 2021
Track listing: Reclamation; Spirit U Will; Pretend; Somewhere Different; Love & Struggle; Beautiful Is Black; Olivia Benson; Tickled Pink.

Album

Snapdragon

Label: Abstract Logix
Released: 2020
Track listing: Looni Tooni; Tired But Wired; Outer Look; She's Not There; Boom, Boo, Boom; Snapdragon; Evidence; Groovin' Grant; Bemsha Swing (alternate take).

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Conversation with Violinist Meg Okura

Read "A Conversation with Violinist Meg Okura" reviewed by Lorens Chuno


Meg Okura is a distinguished violinist/composer who has been decorated with several awards. Her latest album, Ima Ima, is a collection of well thought out and very well executed compositions that stem out of her role as a mother. Join Meg and I as we talk about composing, motherhood, David Bowie, and other somewhat related things. ...

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News: Recording

“Ima, You Don’t Look Jewish,” A Three-year Old Said To Her Mother.

“Ima, You Don’t Look Jewish,” A Three-year Old Said To Her Mother.

On Mother’s Day, Meg Okura, who converted to Judaism four years ago, will release Ima Ima, featuring trumpeter Tom Harrell and guitarist Rez Abbasi. Ima Ima (mom in Hebrew and now in Japanese) will be her Pan Asian Chamber Jazz Ensemble's fourth album, showcasing extensive works composed since her pregnancy, for 10-piece chamber jazz ensemble. She ...

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Article: Album Review

Benji Kaplan: Chorando Sete Cores

Read "Chorando Sete Cores" reviewed by Geannine Reid


Composer and guitarist Benji Kaplan is an artist that brings vivid colors to his music, both in sound and imagery. Kaplan has three albums already in his growing discography: Meditações no violão, a solo guitar album, Reveries em Som, an album of duets with flautist Anne Drummond; and Uai Sô, a project that features various ensembles ...

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Article: Interview

Roxy Coss: Standing Out

Read "Roxy Coss: Standing Out" reviewed by Paul Rauch


All About Jazz: You have recently released a new CD, Chasing the Unicorn (Posi-Tone, 2017), just a year after the release of Restless Idealism (Origin, 2016). Albums are like a snapshot of a timeframe, how has that musical image changed in a year? Roxy Coss: More back story is it was recorded more than ...

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Article: Multiple Reviews

Harp Happenings: Brandee Younger And Pacific Harp Project

Read "Harp Happenings: Brandee Younger And Pacific Harp Project" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Harp happenings are relatively rare in jazz, but they are there. And when two highly agreeable and strikingly different harp-centric affairs appear on your doorstep around the same time, it really makes you stop and take notice of the instrument, its potential, and the players who are moving it forward and outward in various directions. Both ...


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