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Tony Martucci Quintet at An die Musik LIVE!

Read "Tony Martucci Quintet at An die Musik LIVE!" reviewed by Tyran Grillo

Tony Martucci Quintet An die Musik LIVE jny: Baltimore, MD November 22, 2014 Drummer Tony Martucci is the kind of musician who sneaks up on you. With the effortlessness of a Paul Motian, he is just as comfortable playing around the beat as he is swinging it hard, balancing those two ...


Steve Olson: Conversations

Read "Conversations" reviewed by Budd Kopman

For his first recording as a leader, drummer/percussionist Steve Olson asked six of his friends to engage in completely unrehearsed and improvised duo “conversations." Olson states in the notes that in his opinion, “the best music has an element of dialogue in it, both between the musicians, and between the players and the listener ...


Miles Smiles Concert And Clinic at An die Musik Live on January 24

Miles Smiles Concert And Clinic at An die Musik Live on January 24

InDepth Jazz Clinics and Concerts opens its 2014 season by presenting music from the formidable album Miles Smiles, recorded by iconic trumpeter Miles Davis in 1967. The recording features fabulous compositions and group interplay and had a far-reaching effect on the jazz idiom. On January 24, 2014 all six tunes from the album will be performed ...


Jazz Update Brings Mingus and Monk to Westminster Church in D.C.

Jazz Update Brings Mingus and Monk to Westminster Church in D.C.

Washington, D.C. – Riveting modern jazz and bebop quartet Jeff Antoniuk & the Jazz Update returns to Jazz Night in Southwest on Saturday, May 31 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The concert is part of a popular jazz series at Westminster Church at 401-I Street in Southwest. Washington, D.C.-based Jazz Update is known for compelling ...


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