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Streaming On Jan. 24: '40 Years In Yiddishland: The Yiddish Book Center Celebrates The Klezmer Conservatory Band'

Streaming On Jan. 24: '40 Years In Yiddishland: The Yiddish Book Center Celebrates  The Klezmer Conservatory Band'

In 1979, 24-year old Hankus Netsky began organizing student jam sessions at Boston’s New England Conservatory to play the little known Eastern European folk music known as klezmer. The Klezmer Conservatory Band’s first gig followed in 1980 at NEC’s Brown Hall. Meanwhile, in Western Massachusetts, 24-year-old Yiddish literature graduate student Aaron Lansky launched a campaign to ...

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Whit Dickey: Tao Quartets: Peace Planet & Box of Light

Read "Tao Quartets: Peace Planet & Box of Light" reviewed by Giuseppe Segala


Possiamo dire che l'assioma secondo il quale tutti i jazzisti sono sottovalutati, non sia poi così paradossale. Parliamo naturalmente dei musicisti che mettono al primo posto del loro operato il fare artistico e non la realizzazione di un prodotto solo ben accetto sul mercato. Spesso ci troviamo di fronte a musicisti che subiscono tale disattenzione in ...

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Donald Rubinstein: Martin

Read "Martin" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Jazz doesn't typically play a huge role in horror film soundtracks. Sure, there are exceptions. Jazz guitarist Joseph LoDuca scored Sam Raimi's adaptation of Stephen King's The Evil Dead. Giorgio Gaslini's collaboration with the prog-rock group Goblin on Dario Argento's Suspiria certainly has some jazz-related elements, as does the work of Krzysztof Komeda (Rosemary's Baby), Bruno ...

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Join NEC’s Hankus Netsky And Eden Macadam Somer For An Evening Of Yiddish And Hassidic Song And Klezmer Dance Tunes, January 20 At The Burren, Somerville

Join NEC’s Hankus Netsky And Eden Macadam Somer For An Evening Of Yiddish And Hassidic Song And Klezmer Dance Tunes, January 20 At The Burren, Somerville

Join two of the world's most renowned, dynamic, and original Jewish music performers—NEC’s Contemporary Improvisation department chair Hankus Netsky and co-chair Eden MacAdam Somer—for an evening of Yiddish and Hassidic song and klezmer dance tunes, on Wednesday, January 20 at The Burren, 247 Elm Street, Somerville. Show from 7:30-9:00 p.m. Tickets are $20. A multi-instrumentalist, composer, ...

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Discover The Jazz Innovators Of Tomorrow With "In The Mix"

Discover The Jazz Innovators Of Tomorrow With "In The Mix"

A Free Series of Concerts Showcasing New England Conservatory's Exceptional Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation Ensembles 34 One-Hour Concerts Over 12 Evenings at NEC's Pierce Hall Tuesday, March 24 – Tuesday, April 21 Discover the jazz innovators of tomorrow with In the Mix, 34free 1-hour concerts, Tuesday. March 24 — Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at New England ...

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New England Conservatory’s Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present More Than 100 Free Performances For 2013-2014 Season

New England Conservatory’s Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present  More Than 100 Free Performances For 2013-2014 Season

Plus Residencies with World-Renowned Performers September 3, 2013 – May 30, 2014 Highlights include residencies by John Zorn, Luciana Souza, Fred Hersch and Dave Holland; Sun Ra Centennial Concert; Jazz and the Struggle for Freedom and Equality; A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall featuring CI Students; Ran Blake’s annual Film Noir Concert; Faculty Recitals; and In the ...

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New England Conservatory's Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present Nearly 60 Free Performances For The Spring 2013 Season

New England Conservatory's Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present Nearly 60 Free Performances For The Spring 2013 Season

Highlights include Miguel Zenon's Multi-Media Masterpiece: Identities Are Changeable: Tales From The Diaspora Randy Weston with the NEC Jazz Orchestra Faculty Recitalby Fred Hersch and Tanya Kalmanovitch In The Mix - 36 one-hour concerts by exceptional student ensembles – and many more New England Conservatory’s internationally renowned Jazz Studies and Contemporary Improvisation Departments announce nearly 60 ...

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Brando Noir, Multi-Media Film Noir Extravaganza; Curated By Ran Blake And Aaron Hartley - Dedicated To The Work Of Actor Marlon Brando

Brando Noir, Multi-Media Film Noir Extravaganza; Curated By Ran Blake And Aaron Hartley - Dedicated To The Work Of Actor Marlon Brando

Monday, October 29 at NEC Part of Yearlong 40th Anniversary Celebration for NEC’s Groundbreaking Contemporary Improvisation Department Blake Also To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award from NEC on Saturday Join pianist/composer/improviser Ran Blake and co-producer Aaron Hartley as they anticipate Halloween with specimens of that most haunting genre, film noir. Now an annual tradition, this year's concert ...

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The Possibilities Are Endless: Celebrating 40 Years Of Contemporary Improvisation At New England Conservatory

The Possibilities Are Endless: Celebrating 40 Years Of Contemporary Improvisation At New England Conservatory

Concerts in Boston and New York Featuring Distinguished Faculty, Alumni and Students of NEC’s Contemporary Improvisation Department August 3, 2012 – April 8, 2013 The possibilities are endless at New England Conservatory, which celebrates the 40th anniversary of its groundbreaking Contemporary Improvisation department with a year-long series of concerts and events in Boston and New York ...


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