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ENSEMBLE BIOGRAPHY - Integrating jazz and world rhythms in richly textured original music, the New York-based Ike Sturm Ensemble fuses diverse influences into a unified, contemporary style. The unique voices of each of its ten improvising members speak to audiences within a saturated environment of original artwork painted by artist and clarinetist Madeline Sturm to complement the sound and form of the music. A grant from the Eastman School of Music in 2001 provided an opportunity for the group’s first multimedia performance of "Spirit," a three-movement suite by Ike Sturm. "Reflect" (Live DVD" 2003) is a through-composed six-part suite using paintings, photographs and projected images to convey symmetry in God’s creation
by Jack Bowers
Although The Way to You is heralded as Grammy-nominated violinist Sara Caswell's first album as a leader in more than seventeen years, it was actually recorded in 2019, roughly four years before its release date. Still, it is Caswell's first new album in quite a long time, and those who relish her tasteful and melodic violin ...
by Mary Foster Conklin
This broadcast presents new vocal releases from Samara Joy, Melissa Stylianou, Sonica (Nicole Zuraitis, Thana Alexa, Julia Adamy), and Kate Baker & Vic Juris, with birthday shoutouts to blues legend Koko Taylor, pianists Emily Takahashi, Hyuna Park, Carolina Calvache and vocalists Melissa Stylianou, Laila Biali, among others. Also Part I of music selections from Terri Lyne ...
by Ludovico Granvassu
An Hammond B-3onanza! Ronnie Foster is back, with a reissue of Two-Headed Freap and the first new album in almost four decades, Reboot, and so is the Gentle Giant of Danish jazz drummer-turned-Hammond player Kresten Osgood. A compare and contrast between Gerald Clayton and Melissa Stylianou, Gene Bertoncini and Ike Sturm, as well the new gems ...
by Jerome Wilson
Drummer Jared Schonig has tried something different on his first recording as a leader. He has released two albums featuring the same eight original compositions played in two different settings, one with a quintet and one with a big band. The drive and muscular rhythmic pulse of his writing come through in both configurations.
Label: Little Mystery Records
Track listing: Migration; Indian Pacific; Waratah; Silver Point; Killarney; Seven Miles; Laneway; Gullfoss.