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Peter Evans

eter Evans is a trumpet player and composer based in New York City since 2003. Evans is part of a broad, hybridized scene of musical experimentation and his work cuts across a wide range of modern musical practices and traditions. Peter is committed to the simultaneously self-determining and collaborative nature of musical improvisation as a compositional tool, and works with an ever-expanding group of musicians and composers in the creation of new music. His primary groups as a leader are the Peter Evans Ensemble and Being & Becoming (with Joel Ross, Nick Jozwiak and Savannah Harris). Evans has been exploring solo trumpet music since 2002 and is widely recognized as a leading voice in the field, having released several recordings over the past decade


Etching the Ether

Label: Intakt Records
Released: 2024
Track listing: At Altitude; Drawing Breath; Engaged In Seeking.


Dave Liebman: Live at Smalls

Label: Cellar Music Grouo
Released: 2023
Track listing: The Beginning; The Middle; The End.


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Brass Players: Clark Terry, Rob Mazurek and More

Read "Brass Players: Clark Terry, Rob Mazurek and More" reviewed by Jerome Wilson

This vintage episode of The Outer View from November 9, 2021, features all brass players, trumpeters, trombonists, and a tuba player. Musicians heard on the program include Clark Terry, Rob Mazurek, Steve Turre, Sarah Wilson, Bob Stewart, and Terence Blanchard. Playlist Henry Theadgill Sextett “I Can't Wait Till I Get Home" from The Complete ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Kenneth Jimenez, Jure Pukl, Pyramid Trio & Taiko Saito

Read "Kenneth Jimenez, Jure Pukl, Pyramid Trio & Taiko Saito" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

A pair of excellent quartet releases jump off the page in this edition of One Man's Jazz. Bassist Kenneth Jimenez, with Angelica Sanchez, Hery Paz and Gerald Cleaver, and saxophonist Jure Pukl with Joe Sanders, Peter Evans and Nasheet Waits, create some wonderful contemporary improvisation on their latest projects. NoBusiness Records has a winner in Visitation ...


Article: Album Review

Barry Guy Blue Shroud Band: all this this here

Read "all this this here" reviewed by John Sharpe

Bassist and composer Barry Guy combines a number of his passions on All This This Here in a stunning act of synthesis. For the third major work for his Blue Shroud Band, following its eponymous debut (Intakt, 2016) and Odes And Meditations For Cecil Taylor (Not Two, 2018), Guy sets to music Nobel winning playwright Samuel ...


Article: Album Review

Matt Mitchell: Oblong Aplomb

Read "Oblong Aplomb" reviewed by John Sharpe

On Oblong Aplomb pianist Matt Mitchell pays homage to the drummers in his life. In a way, it can be seen as a follow-up to his debut Fiction (Pi Recordings, 2013). That album, a duet with stickman Ches Smith, originated from Mitchell's practice of warming up for gigs with Tim Berne's Snakeoil by running through a ...


Article: Album Review

Evan Parker / Matthew Wright, Trance Map+ with Peter Evans and Mark Nauseef: Etching the Ether

Read "Etching the Ether" reviewed by Mark Corroto

Humans have seemingly always feared new technologies. We're not even talking about AI and ChatGPT. When the first electric light bulb was invented, folks worried it would end civilization as they knew it. Artificial light certainly changed how late one stayed up at night. On the other hand, it also allowed people to find their keys ...

Article: Interview

A dialogo con Mariasole De Pascali

Read "A dialogo con Mariasole De Pascali" reviewed by Neri Pollastri

Ormai da qualche anno al centro di progetti interessantissimi e assai singolari--Bestiario di Francesco Massaro, Lamiee di Nicholas Remondino, l'Orchestra Nazionale Jazz Giovani Talenti di Paolo Damiani--e collaborazioni con musicisti quali Marco Colonna o Admir Shkurtaj, la flautista pugliese Mariasole De Pascali è giunta alla realizzazione del suo primo lavoro a proprio nome, Fera, uscito per ...


Article: Album Review

Satoko Fujii: Crustal Movement

Read "Crustal Movement" reviewed by Jeff Schwartz

In the first few minutes of “Masoandro Mitsoka," a soft wash of white noise becomes differentiated into piano, percussion, electronics and two trumpets as the acoustic instruments move from breath and friction sounds to identifiably instrumental ones. Next the ensemble reduces to the trumpets, and they move from parallel play to a clear conversation. When piano, ...


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