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World-Renowned SMOKE Jazz Club Announces Fall Concert Schedule: September-November

World-Renowned SMOKE Jazz Club Announces  Fall Concert Schedule: September-November

One of New York City’s premier live music venues, Smoke Jazz Club, presents a stellar line-up of both legendary jazz performers and emerging voices for the fall season. Acclaimed for its essential music programming and inspired setting, Smoke Jazz Club recently reopened to much fanfare after being closed to indoor performances and dining for over two ...

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Something Else! Vincent Herring Septet Honors Cannonball Adderley At Birdland from September 6-10, 2022

Something Else! Vincent Herring Septet Honors Cannonball Adderley At Birdland from September 6-10, 2022

Something Else!, will launch at Birdland on September 6-10, 2022 with two sets a night at Birdland Jazz Club and Birdland Theater. The shows will feature Vincent Herring, alto saxophone, James Carter, tenor sax, Jeremy Pelt, trumpet, Russell Malone, guitar, David Kikoski, piano, Essiet Essiet, bass and Johnathan Blake, drums. Something Else! is the only Blue ...

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Musician

Daniel Latorre

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BRAZIL TO THE WORLD

Daniel Latorre, an extraordinaire from São Paulo, is the man of the HAMMOND ORGAN in Brazil. Studied piano and specialized to play jazz, blues and rock on B3, he received lessons from many north-american organ players like Deacon Jones (band leader of John Lee Hooker, Freddie King, he also was Jimmy Smith's student) and Reuben Wilson.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

Between jams, shows, workshops, recordings and special appearances, Daniel shared stages with many international artists like Ian Paice (Deep Purple), Andy Summers (The Police, ...Rob Mostert (dutch organ player) and important Brazilian artists/bands like Caetano Veloso, Lobão, Edgar Scandurra, Os Paralamas do Sucesso, Rita Lee (of Os Mustantes), Ed Motta, Jota Quest and many others. He has also performed with guitar player of Sepultura’s band, Andreas Kisser in his solo project (Brazil Rock Stars project 2000-2008). From 1995 to 1997 wrote article and worked as editor assistant for the Keyboard Magazine and Guitar Player Magazine in Brazil trough Editora Trama. From 2004 to 2014, Daniel had your own signature rotary speaker called Latorre MVTA, that he supervised the project, it was a replica of the famous Leslie 122 manufactured by Meteoro amplifier company. In 2009 Daniel Latorre founded a band called Hammond Grooves and played countless shows not only in Brazil, but also in the European countries like Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Netherlands and Poland, when in recent years they had three well received tours cross the country.

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Christina Beaudry-Cárdenas Wins The Oliver Jones Award Presented By The Festival International De Jazz De Montréal!

Christina Beaudry-Cárdenas Wins The Oliver Jones Award Presented By The Festival International De Jazz De Montréal!

Christina Beaudry-Cárdenas will celebrate her prize on July 9 at 6 p.m. during a show presented as part of Le Studio TD Entrée Libre series. The Oliver Jones Award: A history of gratitude and knowledge sharing The award was created in honour of Montréal jazz legend Oliver Jones. Born in the neighbourhood of Little Burgundy, this ...

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Musician

Borys Janczarski

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Born in Warsaw, Poland. Started playing saxophone in high school (American School of Warsaw), also graduated in international and European law at Paris I University (Pantheon-Sorbonne - MD). While in France, studied jazz with French saxophone players Jean Francois Bonnel, Olivier Temime, Eric Barret and Lionel Belmondo. After his return to Poland, studied music on his own and with an amazing polish trumpet player, composer and jazz educator Piotr Wojtasik. Since 2002 a member of bands led by the legendary polish drummer - Kazimierz Jonkisz. Shared the stage, toured and recorded with: Billy Harper (DVD, “Billy Harper - Live in Poland, 2007”), Kazimierz Jonkisz, Monty Waters Quintet (2002-2008), Ronnie Cuber, Kevin Mahogany, Stephen McCraven Quartet, Rasul Siddik, John Scofield and John Medeski (with Konglomerat Big Band), Zbigniew Namysłowski (Jazz Jamboree Festival 2021), Janusz Muniak, Piotr Wojtasik , Janusz Skowron, Sławomir Kulpowicz...

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Exciting Rising Star Aggeliki Performs At Chelsea Table + Stage On June 24th With Music Director Dayramir Gonzalez & More!

Exciting Rising Star Aggeliki Performs At Chelsea Table + Stage On June 24th With Music Director Dayramir Gonzalez & More!

When it feels like the world is coming apart, come together for an evening of music that embraces our neighbors—across the street and across the border. Aggeliki is joining forces with these acclaimed musicians to bring you a stirring selection of beloved songs from home and abroad. Celebrate the meaning of community through music that weaves ...

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Farewell Recital By 'Shine' Pianist David Helfgott At Carnegie Hall On june 17, 2022 - Reserve Now

Farewell Recital By 'Shine' Pianist David Helfgott At Carnegie Hall On june 17, 2022 - Reserve Now

Farewell Recital by SHINE Pianist David Helfgott at Carnegie Hall. June 17, 2022—Reserve Now! In 1997, the film Oscar-winning masterpiece SHINE catapulted Australian legendary piano virtuoso David Helfgott onto the largest and most venerable music stages in the world. Now, 25 years later, David’s the final concert is just around the corner. He is saying ...

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Alonso Gonzalez & Jazz Latino

Alonso González Considered by critics as a benchmark for Latin music and Latin jazz in Asia. Born in Cartagena, Colombia on January 26, 1980. Music has been part of his life from an early age, at the age of eight he began to take private lessons with renowned percussionists and musicians from the city, but when he was received by the traditional family of percussionists “Los Pintos”, Alonso began to develop amazing percussion skills. A little later, he would take classes at the Cartagena School of Fine Arts, where he not only studied drums and music with Professor Francisco Madarriaga, but also theater, painting, and pantomime. Alonso was part of the renowned Colombian children's orchestra "Energía Latina", they, for many years, shared the stage with other large groups in the country and Latin America, being considered child prodigies at that time. In his adolescence, he was part of several musical groups that worked in the best hotels in the city, performing different musical styles ranging from traditional Colombian music, salsa, merengue, Afro- Cuban music, Brazilian music, Jazz, Caribbean music, among others. It was there that he met great masters such as Jose Cabeza with whom he learned American jazz and Brazilian jazz, and Alejandro Páez who was the reference of Afro-Cuban music for Alonso, and many more with whom he had the opportunity to learn and work at the same time. After graduating from military school, Alonso began business administration studies at the Cartagena Institute of Administration and Finance. But this did not separate him from music, although it was one of the most complicated times, having to alternate studies with work at night. The first opportunity to travel to Asia as a professional musician was to Taiwan, where he worked for several months at the prestigious Formosa Hotel in Taichung. The band then travelled to Malaysia, where he met his wife and made the decision to stay in Kuala Lumpur. In Malaysia he had the opportunity to remain for around seven years, and he met wonderful musicians like Steve Thornton who is a great percussionist who has worked with great music stars like Mongo Santamaría, Miles Davis and many others. With Steve, Alonso worked with a project called AfroAsia, which consisted of 23 percussionists, piano and flutes, this project managed to travel throughout South East Asia performing at jazz and music festivals around the region. Alonso was also part of the Steve Thorntonʼs Latin Jazz Quartet, thus learning directly from the master while they worked. Other musicians such as Greg Lyons, who is a great British saxophonist, drummer Lewis Pragasan, guitarist Jose Thomas, Farid Ali, among others, were a great influence on Alonso's musical formation. In the last years of Alonso in Malaysia he created his own project which he called "Alonso Gonzalez & Jazz Latino", and record his first album "La Compostura", where he had the opportunity to work with incredible musicians from various parts of the world such as John Thomas on drums, Eric Lee on piano, Zailan Razak on bass, Eddie Wen on trumpet and many more who were part of the recording. After Malaysia, Alonso moved to Spain, there he had the opportunity to perform with local salsa bands such as José Luis Moran “El Gato Salsero”, MadridCaibo, as well as Latinos salsa artists that came to visit Spain like Andres Viafara y la suprema corte from Colombia. After three years in Spain, Alonso went back to Colombia with his family and decided to open a small jazz bar in Bogotá which he called “Maestros Jazz Bar”, many great musicians came to play at this venue

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New England Conservatory Contemporary Improv Dept Presents International Broadcast Of 'Ritual' on June 4

New England Conservatory Contemporary Improv Dept Presents International Broadcast Of 'Ritual' on June 4

New England Conservatory’s Contemporary Improvisation students, faculty, and special guest, Ukrainian-American folk musician, improviser, and composer Julian Kytasty, present Ritual, a concert exploring the myriad of ways that ritual manifests in our lives and music. Curated by faculty member Anthony Coleman, the program includes performances centered in Jewish, African, Ukrainian, Korean, and American folk tradition as ...

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See The Tony Award-Winning Jazz Musical Ain't Misbehavin'

See The Tony Award-Winning Jazz Musical Ain't Misbehavin'

Greater Boston Stage Company is pleased to present “Ain’t Misbehavin’" directed and co-choreographed by Maurice Emmanuel Parent. Produced by The Nora at Central Square Theatre, The Front Porch Arts Collective, and Greater Boston Stage Company. Named after the 1929 Thomas “Fats” Waller song, “Ain’t Misbehavin’" is a musical revue tribute to the black musicians of the ...


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