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Dafnis Prieto Sextet: Triangles and Circles

Read "Triangles and Circles" reviewed by Dave Wayne

The thing that sets Latin jazz apart from other forms of jazz is that it's fundamentally a music for dance. The artists who create this music are expected to move gracefully back and forth between the worlds of jazz and salsa, sometimes in a single tune. Though it's overtly intended to get our bodies moving, Latin ...


KyungGu Lee: New Song

Read "New Song" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Jazz is all about artistic growth and an individual's willingness to move outside of his/her comfort zone to make it happen. Tenor saxophonist KyungGu Lee has firsthand knowledge of this fact; the Korean-born Lee had settled into a comfortable musical life in his native land, playing the clubs, teaching, and working the theater and television sides ...

Take Five With Aidan Carroll

Read "Take Five With Aidan Carroll" reviewed by Aidan Caroll

Meet Aidan Carroll: Originally from Oklahoma, now living in New York and on the road, Aidan Carroll is an acoustic/electric bassist, composer, and educator. He attended the University of Central Oklahoma on full jazz scholarship, attended the Banff Workshop following college, and subsequently moved to New York for a Masters Degree at City College ...


Kenny Werner Trio at Chris' Jazz Cafe' on September 25 & 26, 2009

Kenny Werner Trio at Chris' Jazz Cafe' on  September 25 & 26, 2009

Chris Jazz Cafe presents pianist, Kenny Werner & his Trio. Kenny hails from New York and has been described as an astounding pianist with few restrictions. He will be joined by two very gifted musicians, Ari Hoenig on drums and Johannes Weidenmuller on bass. September 25 & 26, 2009 Sets @ 8 & 10 ...


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