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Mark is also drummer, trombonist, electronicist, and co-founder of Heernt, an experimental, genre-busting trio that had their debut recording Locked In A Basement” released on Cohen's Razdaz Recordz on May 23, 2006. Mark has traveled around the world, with performances at Carnegie Hall‚ the JVC Jazz Festival in Paris‚ Istanbul Jazz Festival‚ Ronnie Scott's in London and others. He has recorded and performed with Bobby McFerrin‚ the Jazz Mandolin Project‚ James Williams‚ Jason Lindner‚ and more.

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Mark Guiliana: Sound Is Everything

Read "Mark Guiliana: Sound Is Everything" reviewed by Leo Sidran

Drummer Mark Guiliana is having at this very moment a profound influence on the way the drums are played. Here he explains his ideas of coincidental interaction, and proactive repetition ("Repetition is one of the most powerful tools that we have in music and in life," he tells me), the importance of familial relationships with his ...

ARTICLE: WHAT IS JAZZ?

2020 Winter JazzFest Marathons: A Survival Guide

Read "2020 Winter JazzFest Marathons: A Survival Guide" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Believe it or not, it is that time of the year again! The holidaze are barely over and a new edition of Winter JazzFest is upon us. Knowing a jazz marathon is the perfect antidote to the holiday shopping and social marathons, producer Brice Rosenbloom and his cohorts have put together a program of gargantuan proportions. ...

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Panagiotis Andreou: The World In A Bass

Read "Panagiotis Andreou: The World In A Bass" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

My first encounter with Panagiotis Andreou was while covering a bass workshop that included him along with the likes of Richard Bona (Zawinul Syndicate, Mike Stern), Michael League (Snarky Puppy), Dwayne “Mono Neon" Thomas (Prince, Ghost Note) and Wes Stephenson (The Funky Knuckles). All of these players seemed humbled by each other's presence during the opening ...

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Aaron Parks: Finding the Way to Little Big

Read "Aaron Parks: Finding the Way to Little Big" reviewed by Jiaowei Hu

"Always beginning. Often perplexed. Drawn to beauty and to the absurd. I play piano, write songs, and take pictures of doors with my phone. A bit odd." So is the pianist's own account on his website, written in a few scribbled sentences. About a decade ago, Aaron Parks created much of a stir through his debut ...

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Jazzkaar 2019

Read "Jazzkaar 2019" reviewed by Martin Longley

Jazzkaar Tallinn, Estonia April 23-28, 2019 Towards the second half of Jazzkaar, there was an invasion of starry Americans, overwhelming the normally quite striking wealth of indigenous Estonian talent. As ever, the fundamental structure of this 10-dayer revolved around its two main stages in the Telliskivi Creative City, Vaba Lava ...

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Scholz

Daniel Scholz hat schon sein Leben lang Sticks in der Hand und trotz seines jungen Alters auf vielen Bühnen gestanden.
 Mit 26 kann er auf zwei eigene Alben („No1“ feat. Ron Spielman, Euphoria) und ein Lehrwerk (Quick Drum Guide) zurückblicken. Die Begeisterung für Musik und Klänge endet nicht am Instrument. Seit einigen Jahren ist Daniel als Produzent hinter dem Mischpult zu finden und kümmert sich um den richtigen Sound. Scholz Konzerte sind für Publikum und Band gleichermassen ein Erlebnis. Seine Musik ist offen für Improvisationen und bietet den Musikern Raum die Stücke jeden Abend neu zu gestalten

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Fabian Almazan: This Land Abounds With Life

Read "This Land Abounds With Life" reviewed by Angelo Leonardi

Nel quarto disco da leader, il pianista cubano torna al trio del suo debutto, lo stesso con cui aveva inciso otto anni fa Personalities. Da allora la sua statura di strumentista/compositore è cresciuta e il suo valore ampiamente apprezzato dalla critica internazionale, che l'ha votato miglior pianista emergente nel Down Beat Critics Poll del 2014.

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Shai Maestro Trio At BIMHUIS Amsterdam

Read "Shai Maestro Trio At BIMHUIS Amsterdam" reviewed by BIMHUIS

Shai Maestro began playing classical piano at the age of five an,d after discovering Oscar Peterson at the age of eight, he fell in love with jazz. After turning down offers from prestigious American music schools, at 19 he joined the band led by bassist Avishai Cohen featuring Mark Guiliana on drums. With that trio he ...

ARTICLE: WHAT IS JAZZ?

2019 Winter JazzFest's Weekend Marathon: A Survival Guide

Read "2019 Winter JazzFest's Weekend Marathon: A Survival Guide" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

With each passing year, Winter JazzFest—New York's premiere jazz festival—has expanded the number of venues presenting an increasingly diverse array of musicians. There are several ways to approach a programme as dense and exciting as the 2019 edition of the two-day Marathon spanning January 11th and 12th. Thanks to an embarrassment of riches, festival goers face ...


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