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Dmitri Matheny

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Celebrated for his warm tone, soaring lyricism and masterful technique, American musician Dmitri Matheny has been lauded as “one of the most emotionally expressive improvisers of his generation” (International Review of Music).  First introduced to jazz audiences in the 1990s as the protégé of Art Farmer, Matheny has matured into “one of the jazz world's most talented horn players” (San Francisco Chronicle). Born on Christmas Day, 1965 in Nashville,Tennessee, Dmitri was raised in Georgia and Arizona. Attracted to his father’s collection of jazz and classical LP records, Dmitri began piano lessons at age 5, switched to the trumpet at age 9, and took up the flugelhorn at 18. Matheny attended the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan, then the Berklee College of Music, Boston, graduating magna cum laude in 1989.  After private studies with Carmine Caruso in New York City, Matheny became the protégé of the legendary Art Farmer, a formative relationship that lasted over a decade.  Farmer, “the bebop master who defined the sound of the flugelhorn in modern jazz” (All Music Guide), was Matheny’s public champion and private mentor

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Cascadia

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Track listing: Cascadia; On a Misty Night; Evergreen Girl; Dark Eyes; Perfect Peaches; The Lonesome Road; Bourdain; Wichita Lineman; Humble Origins; After the Rain.

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Night Harvest

Label: Global Fusion Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Message from the Nile (McCoy Tyner) Orca Stroll (Ian Dogole) The Big Dipper (Ian Dogole) Bemsha Swing (Thelonious Monk) Point of Departure (John R. Burr) Mbira Swatch (Ian Dogole) Methinks (for Frederick Sommer) (Ian Dogole)

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Article: Year in Review

Jack Bowers' Best Jazz Albums Of 2022

Read "Jack Bowers' Best Jazz Albums Of 2022" reviewed by Jack Bowers


As the Covid pandemic slowly recedes into America's rear-view mirror, jazz groups of all sizes and shapes have begun performing and recording again, making 2022 a rather good year over-all for fans and reviewers alike. New artists, new sounds and new approaches have combined to lend assurance that jazz remains in good hands and will continue ...

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Article: Album Review

Dmitri Matheny: Cascadia

Read "Cascadia" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Cascadia encompasses an hour of amiable, even-tempered jazz from trumpeter Dmitri Matheny who, like several of his predecessors—Chet Baker, Chuck Mangione, Guido Basso and his mentor, Art Farmer, among them—focuses exclusively on flugelhorn. Matheny uses his gorgeous tone and remarkable lyricism to paint exquisite portraits in sound throughout a program whose ten engaging numbers enfold half ...

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Article: Album Review

Dmitri Matheny: Cascadia

Read "Cascadia" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan


Flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny and his quintet play perfectly on Cascadia. There is no surprise there—with a rhythm section of pianist Bill Anschell, bassist Phil Sparks and drummer Mark Ivester backing the front line of Matheny and saxophonist Charles McNeil— perfection is the expectation. Matheny grew up in Georgia and Arizona, spent a formative and ...

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Cascadia

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2022
Duration: 04:26

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News: Festival

Lineup Announced For Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 17th Edition June 22-30: Nine Days, 300+ Shows, 20 Venues, 94 Free Events

Lineup Announced For Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival 17th Edition June 22-30: Nine Days, 300+ Shows, 20 Venues, 94 Free Events

Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival (XRIJF) producers John Nugent and Marc Iacona today announced the complete lineup for the festival’s 17th Edition. The nine-day festival returns to Rochester June 22 to June 30 presenting more than 1500 artists from around the world in 300-plus shows at 20 venues. The 2018 Festival is presented in three series ...

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Jazz Noir

Label: Papillon/Blueport Jazz
Released: 2016
Track listing: 1 Noir Medley (9:11) Touch of Evil by Henry Mancini Laura by David Raksin Vertigo by Bernard Herrmann Chinatown by Jerry Goldsmith Taxi Driver by Bernard Herrmann Blues In The Night by Harold Arlen 2 Stormy Weather (4:13) Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler 3 Film Noir (8:01) Dmitri Matheny and Dana Gioia 4 Audrey’s Dance (2:38) Angelo Badalamenti and David Lynch 5 Crime Scenes (12:11) Dmitri Matheny 6 Here’s Looking At You (5:13) Charlie Haden 7 Caravan (5:07) Duke Ellington, Irving Mills and Juan Tizol 8 Estate (5:14) Bruno Martino and Bruno Brighetti 9 Golden Lady (5:30) Stevie Wonder 10 High Wall (4:08) Bronisław Kaper 11 The Long Goodbye (4:54) John Williams and Johnny Mercer 12 What Now My Love? (5:14) Gilbert Bécaud and Pierre Delanoë

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Article: Catching Up With

Dmitri Matheny: Flugelhorn Evangelist

Read "Dmitri Matheny: Flugelhorn Evangelist" reviewed by David Becker


The flugelhorn can be a difficult mistress. Players may find themselves endlessly explaining the differences between their axe and the trumpet, why their instrument seldom sounds like Miles Davis in a bad mood and why most horn players treat it as a specialty tool. But when someone with the authority of bebop legend and flugelhorn champion ...


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