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The French Scene - Part 2

Read "The French Scene - Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Here's more jazz from the scene by the Seine, featuring the lyricism of Emile Parisien, Vincent Courtois, the rhythmic hypnosis of The Recyclers and Benoît Delbecq, the sketches of Miles by Airelle Besson and Médéric Collignon, the urban vibes of Antoine Berjeaut and Guillaume Perret and much more. Happy listening! PlaylistBen Allison ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

James Bond and other Secret Agents, Spies and Detectives - Part 2

Read "James Bond and other Secret Agents, Spies and Detectives - Part 2" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

In the first part of the show [click here to listen to it] we focused on jazz inspired by the music composed by James Barry for the James Bond series. Here we switch our attention to other great soundtrack composers like Lalo Schifrin, or Quincy Jones, and other movie characters like Sherlock Holmes, Ms. Marple, Nero ...

ARTICLE: RADIO

On Miles' (not so) Silent Way

Read "On Miles' (not so) Silent Way" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

On 30 July 1969 Miles Davis released In a Silent Way. After influencing generations of musicians, its tracks continue to sound as modern 50 years later as when they were first recorded. This week we celebrate the musical trail blazed by that seminal album by focusing on musicians that have embraced Miles' electric ...

ARTICLE: INTERVIEW

Pasquale Mirra: la rinascita del vibrafono

Read "Pasquale Mirra: la rinascita del vibrafono" reviewed by Libero Farnè

Dopo un paio di decenni di ricerca, di importanti collaborazioni e incisioni che lo hanno portato anche all'estero, il vibrafonista Pasquale Mirra sembra aver raggiunto la piena maturità espressiva ed anche il meritato riconoscimento. Questa estate è presente in un gran numero di festival italiani: dopo essersi esibito a Umbria Jazz in duo con Gianluca Petrella, ...

ARTICLE: MY FAVOURITE THINGS

Frank Woeste

Read "Frank Woeste" reviewed by Paolo Peviani

Frank Woeste is a German pianist living in jny: Paris. He graduated from the Paris Conservatory in 2001, and was awarded 1st or 2nd prize at several international contests such as the Steinway Prize at the Montreux International Piano Competition (Switzerland), the Jazz Hoeilaart International Competition (Belgium) and the Gexto European Jazzcontest (Spain).

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Bari in Jazz - X Edizione

Read "Bari in Jazz - X Edizione" reviewed by Luigi Sforza

A dieci anni di distanza dalla prima edizione, il festival Bari in Jazz ancora non riesce a trovare una precisa fisionomia. Le dimissioni del suo ultimo direttore artistico, Gianluca Petrella, presentate subito dopo l'ultimo concerto in cartellone, chiariscono in parte la situazione in cui versa la rassegna del capoluogo pugliese. Per molti versi era ...

ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Bray Jazz Festival 2013

Read "Bray Jazz Festival 2013" reviewed by Ian Patterson

Bray Jazz FestivalBray, County WicklowIrelandMay 3-5, 2013 For many years, the picturesque town of Bray's main claim to fame has been that it's the oldest inhabited seaside town in Ireland. That is, it was the main claim to fame until Bray local lass Katie Taylor won boxing gold at the 2012 ...

NEWS: FESTIVAL

Eliane Elias To Headline Bray Jazz Festival

Eliane Elias To Headline Bray Jazz Festival

Bray Jazz returns for its 14th edition during the Bank Holiday weekend of May 3rd to 5th with an exciting and varied line-up that will appeal to lovers of jazz in its many incarnations. Headlining Ireland’s premier annual celebration of jazz is Brazilian pianist Eliane Elias. In a long and distinguished career, the New York-based pianist ...

Take Five With Rhinoceri Trio

Read "Take Five With Rhinoceri Trio" reviewed by Rhinoceri Trio

Meet Rhinoceri Trio: The Rhinoceri trio, named for the most ponderous and terrifying beast of the primeval forest, both ponders and terrifies. Firmly rooted in the jazz tradition, the group's repertoire spans and blends a tapestry of influences from Duke Ellington's jungle jazz, Eastern European folk music, Ornette Coleman, Bach, Wagner ...


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