Results for "Bill Charlap Trio"
New York City’s Jazz Standard Launches 'The Flip Side Sessions': Eight Virtual Concerts Featuring Today’s Leading Artists Starting With Keyon Harrold (march 26)
Every Friday, March 26-May 14, 2021. All shows 7:30 p.m. ET. Shows will be made available to stream for the following 48 hours. $15 per show. Tickets must be purchased online in advance at JazzStandard.com. Ticket buyers will receive an exclusive link to access the broadcast. Jazz Standard, one of the nation’s premier jazz ...
by Jim Santella
Recorded in September 2003, this program includes several standards, giving a sense of familiarity to its essence. Pianist Bill Charlap enjoys a mellow groove. He squeezes the melody out of the piano as if it were coming from a rose petal. Nothing stands in his way as he sends each lyrical theme on its way. With ...
by J Hunter
Bill Charlap is a tremendous player in concert. He leans into a solo like a sailor tacking into the wind during a Pacific gale; his hands can disappear into a blur, and they can touch the keys with a delicacy usually reserved for surgeons and safecrackers. Regardless of approach, the results are usually breathtaking, making Charlap's ...
by J. Robert Bragonier
In 2002, Bill Charlap and his trusty trio mates, Peter and Kenny Washington (no relation), released their second Blue Note CD, a centennial tribute to the music of Hoagy Carmichael, to considerable critical acclaim. Here the trio turns its attention and remarkable talents to the music of the inimitable Leonard Bernstein, with selections from West Side ...
by Joshua Weiner
The son of a Broadway composer, Bill Charlap seems to have the standard jazz repertoire in his blood. His is a resolutely mainstream approach, in the vein if not always the style of Oscar Peterson, and he sounds completely at home with the music on his latest album, Somewhere: The Songs of Leonard Bernstein.
by Jim Santella
Capturing the wide range of expression that Leonard Bernstein put into this music, pianist Bill Charlap leads a stellar trio through various forms of emotion on Somewhere. From the album’s opening “Cool,” with its built-in, street-smart intensity, to the haphazard “Big Stuff” at a loping tempo with laid-back demeanor, the trio interprets the composer admirably.
Label: Blue Note Records
Track listing: In The Still Of The Night; Dream; The Man That Got Away; Blue Skies; Where Have You Been?; Where Or When; On A Slow Boat To China; One For My Baby; I'll Never Go There Anymore; Lorelei; It Was Written In The Stars
by AAJ Staff
After a decade of accompanying some of the world's best-known jazz vocalists and instrumentalists, pianist Bill Charlap is stepping forth, front and center, to claim his well-deserved recognition as a pianist with melodic expressiveness and straightforward appeal. While Charlap performed in Gerry Mulligan's, Phil Woods' and Clark Terry's groups, it's easier to imagine him accompanying singers ...