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Alexander Hawkins and Tomeka Reid: Shards and Constellations

Read "Shards and Constellations" reviewed by Troy Dostert

Although they have not recorded together previously, pianist Alexander Hawkins and cellist Tomeka Reid are both improvisers with omnivorous musical tastes and soaring ambition. Hawkins has fronted his own ensembles over the years—perhaps the most notable example being Step Wide, Step Deep (Babel, 2014)—but he's been active in freely-improvised contexts as well, working with everyone from ...

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Massimo Falascone Seven: Méliès

Read "Méliès" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Avevamo avuto occasione già due volte di vedere dal vivo e recensire il progetto Méliès del Massimo Falascone Seven, ispirato alle opere di Georges Méliès, cineasta e illusionista vissuto a cavallo tra l'Otto e il Novecento, uno dei padri del cinema e inventore degli effetti nel cinema e della cinematografia fantastico-fantascientifica. La seconda volta, in occasione ...

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Tomeka Reid - Filippo Monico: The Mouser

Read "The Mouser" reviewed by John Sharpe

Cellist Tomeka Reid reveals another aspect of her artistry on The Mouser, on five unfettered excursions in the company of Italian percussionist Filippo Monico. Rather than the supple propulsion and poised angularity of her eponymous quartet (Thirsty Ear, 2015) or the AACM repertoire of Artifacts (482 Music, 2015), Reid concentrates on exploring the full resources of ...

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Ben Monder, Ingrid Laubrock and More

Read "Ben Monder, Ingrid Laubrock and More" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

The Dutch powerhouse quintet Spinifex included a pair of tracks imbued with Sufi traditional music of Kurdish/Iranian origin, and a Qawali traditional from Pakistan on their last recording, Amphibian Ardour; they loved the challenge of fusing those styles into their irregular structures and free jazz so much that they decided to go all in on their ...

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Metastasio Jazz 2019

Read "Metastasio Jazz 2019" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Metastasio Jazz 2019 Varie sedi Prato 5-25.2.2018 Preceduto da un concerto del quartetto di Roberto Ottaviano in collaborazione con il Pinocchio di Firenze e da uno della New Talents Jazz Orchestra diretta da Mario Corvini, poi inaugurato ufficialmente da uno spettacolo teatral-musicale--Tempo di Chet, racconto della vita di Chet Baker ...

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Fonterossa Day #4

Read "Fonterossa Day #4" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Fonterossa Day #4 Pisa Teatro Sant'Andrea Forisportam 15.4.2018 È arrivato alla quarta edizione il Fonterossa Day, minifestival ospitato da Pisa Jazz e dedicato all'omonima etichetta indipendente di Silvia Bolognesi e agli artisti che le girano attorno. Come nelle altre edizioni, la giornata è iniziata a metà pomeriggio nella Chiesa sconsacrata di Sant'Andrea ...


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