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Meet Jonathan Glass

Read "Meet Jonathan Glass" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

New York, New York, we can't imagine our latest jazz Super Fan thriving anywhere else, inspired as he is by the sports teams, the museums, the art galleries, the theater, and the jazz clubs---perhaps most of all, the jazz clubs. You might have spotted him, sketchbook in hand, capturing the spirit of the night's performance for ...

ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Unfiltered: The Tyshawn Sorey Sextet at the Jazz Gallery

Read "Unfiltered: The Tyshawn Sorey Sextet at the Jazz Gallery" reviewed by Dave Kaufman

The Jazz Gallery in jny: New York City is currently celebrating its 25th anniversary. It's a great room to listen to music and is also photographer friendly. The Gallery is known for paying homage to jazz greats but is perhaps best known for its commitment to supporting young musicians. It also provides a space for musical ...

ARTICLE: IN PICTURES

Ravi Coltrane Live in Montreal and New York City

Read "Ravi Coltrane Live in Montreal and New York City" reviewed by Dave Kaufman

Ravi Coltrane continues to evolve as an artist of remarkable depth and breadth as reflected in the diversity of contexts in which he engages. Coltrane was featured in three different musical settings at the recent (2017) jny: Montreal International Jazz Festival Invitation Series. All concerts were held at the Centre de Creativite Gesu, an intimate concert ...

Meet Richard Berger

Read "Meet Richard Berger" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

A regular on the New York jazz and avant jazz scenes, Richard Berger is frequently seen about town in the company of his wife, our December Super Fan, Roberta DeNicola. Music has long been Richard's “positive addiction," giving him the best of times and helping him through the worst of times. “Jazz is very much a ...

Meet Roberta DeNicola

Read "Meet Roberta DeNicola" reviewed by Tessa Souter and Andrea Wolper

Roberta DeNicola, a favorite of musicians on New York City's downtown and experimental jazz scenes, has very broad taste in jazz--from straight-ahead to out--but the more out it is, the more she needs to experience it live. She saw her first jazz concert (jazz flutist Hubert Laws) on a date with her teenage boyfriend. However, it ...

NEWS: RECORDING

Darius Jones' New Album To Be Released August 21 On AUM Fidelity

Darius Jones' New Album To Be Released August 21 On AUM Fidelity

On August 21, 2015, AUM Fidelity will release alto saxophonist-composer Darius Jones' new album, the 5th installment in his ongoing Man'ish Boy epic. This acclaimed series began in 2009 with his debut, Man'ish Boy (A Raw & Beautiful Thing), and shall be comprised of nine albums. This release arrives soundly at the mid-way point with aplomb. ...

NEWS: OBITUARY

Jazz Gallery Founder Dale Kelley Fitzgerald Leaves Behind Massive Legacy That Lives On In Music, Life & Through The Love Of Others

Jazz Gallery Founder Dale Kelley Fitzgerald Leaves Behind Massive Legacy That Lives On In Music, Life & Through The Love Of Others

THE JAZZ GALLERY PLANS ARE UNDERWAY FOR A CELEBRATION IN THE SPIRIT OF DALE FITZGERALD IN COMING MONTHS THE GABRIEL FITZGERALD EDUCATION FUND IS FORMED Dale Kelley Fitzgerald, who co-founded New York’s prestigious Jazz Gallery in 1995 and was its Executive Director until 2009, died on March 20 at Calvary Hospital in Bronx, N.Y., after a ...

ARTICLE: NEW YORK BEAT

Minton's: An iconic Jazz Haven Re-opens in Harlem

Read "Minton's: An iconic Jazz Haven Re-opens in Harlem" reviewed by Rob Mariani

An iconic jazz haven is born again. It's a name I don't think I've heard spoken of in many years. And so when I learned that after many years, “Minton's Playhouse" was re-opening at its original address at West 118th Street in Harlem on the ground floor of the old Cecil Hotel, I was ...

ARTICLE: PROFILE

Matthew Shipp: Shipp Shape

Read "Matthew Shipp: Shipp Shape" reviewed by Chris Rich

Pianist Matthew Shipp is very keenly attuned to the details and nuances of what has to be the most forlorn and anemic environment imaginable for anything a sensible person would call business. Think of it as the sort of business ecosystem that resembles the least habitable places on earth, say a fumarole at the bottom of ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Alan Ferber Nonet Plus Strings at Jazz Gallery on December 16, 2010

Read "Alan Ferber Nonet Plus Strings at Jazz Gallery on December 16, 2010" reviewed by Daniel Lehner

Alan Ferber Nonet Plus StringsThe Jazz GalleryNew York City, USADecember 16, 2010 Despite having fewer members than an average big band, the concept of a nonet plus an eight-piece string section seems like a huge undertaking. Even the sight of violins and cellos in front of the large small group in ...


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