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Lars Dietrich

Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Lars was introduced to the saxophone at the age of 10. After performing a duo TV show with famed Jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, Dietrich decided to pursue a career in music. At the age of fifteen he got accepted to study saxophone at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. In 2005 after completing his Masters in Music degree in Amsterdam Lars received a full scholarship from Manhattan School of Music, Dietrich moved to New York and studied under Dick Oatts and David Liebman. As a leader Dietrich released his well reviewed 2009 debut album 'Breek de Grond' and his 2011 Solo album 'Stand Alone'

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Maria Neckam: Unison

Read "Unison" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Vienna native and New York-based vocalist, composer and lyricist Maria Neckam is one of those rare artists whose work is accessible without being ordinary, and cerebral without being abstruse. Her third release as a leader, Unison, has both artistic originality and commercial appeal and may be the magnum opus of her short career so far.

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Maria Neckam: Unison

Read "Unison" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Sophisticated pop, art song and modern jazz don't often get along, but vocalist Maria Neckam is the tie that binds them. The Austrian-born, New York-based Neckam turned plenty of heads with Deeper (Sunnyside, 2010), which featured her entrancing soprano and showcased her strong songwriting skills; she returns with an equally engaging program on her sophomore outing ...

Stand Alone

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Lost; Monokleam; Redshift; Acebirt; Exitship; Stand Alone; Madretsma; Lars v. Sral; Champloo; Metalace; Clustarrr; Pragma; Headvoice; Byeworld.

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Lars Dietrich: Stand Alone

Read "Stand Alone" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Genuine solo albums are hard to come by. For far too many musicians, a solo album is simply one where none of the collaborators get their names on the front cover. The real thing can have many benefits for the soloist--no other musicians to pay, no awkward clashes of egos, no breaking up over musical differences. ...

Take Five With Lars Dietrich

Read "Take Five With Lars Dietrich" reviewed by Lars Dietrich

Meet Lars Dietrich: Born in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Lars was introduced to the saxophone at the age of 10. After performing a duo TV show with famed jazz pianist Herbie Hancock, Dietrich decided to pursue a career in music. At the age of fifteen he got accepted to study saxophone at the Conservatory of Amsterdam. In 2005 ...

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Samir Zarif: Starting Point

Read "Starting Point" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Among the many new voices with something unique to say, Texas-born saxophonist Samir Zarif's Starting Point is as fresh a debut as they come. A member of the internationally acclaimed group The Story--whose names include rising stars, pianist John Escreet and saxophonist Lars Dietrich--Zarif also contributed to singer Maria Neckam's memorable Deeper (Sunnyside, 2010). In both ...

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Gideon Van Gelder: Perpetual

Read "Perpetual" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

By implementing diverse styles without being confined to any particular one, pianist Gideon Van Gelder provides stimulation for the mind and ear with Perpetual. Categorizations are meaningless yet intriguing, displaying swatches of Van Gelder's open concepts, Third Stream, and lessons probably garnered from New York's New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music, which Van Gelder attended ...

Breek De Grond

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2009
Track listing: Breek De Grond; Gullin Bursti; Ruis; Fort Nacht; Lucht Geboren; 3 Excis; Daggedachten; Pstpreis; Verlossing; Vrij.

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Lars Dietrich: Breek De Grond

Read "Breek De Grond" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

A member of the stellar young jazz group called The Story, Amsterdam/New York saxophonist, Lars Dietrich delivers this fine debut which displays his acumen as a leader and composer. The young alto saxophonist earned a reputation in The Netherlands with local musicians and also impressed Herbie Hancock with his compositional skills when the two performed together ...


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