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All That Jazz Month: Phoenix, AZ, November 9-30, 2012

Read "All That Jazz Month: Phoenix, AZ, November 9-30, 2012" reviewed by Patricia Myers


All That Jazz MonthMusical Instrument MuseumPhoenix, AZNovember 9-30, 2012All That Jazz Month, in November 2012 at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM), featured a star-studded concert series that included the saxophonist Branford Marsalis Quartet, vocalese masters Manhattan Transfer, DIVA Jazz Trio with saxophonist Grace Kelly, and a Django Reinhardt Tribute, all staged ...

News: Recording

Music Arts Management Presents Yaron Gershovsky

Knoxville, TN: Starting August 2012, Music Arts Management will provide worldwide representation for the jazz keyboard player, composer, and arranger Yaron Gershovsky. Already well-known as the long-standing musical director and pianist of the acclaimed vocal group The Manhattan Transfer, Yaron Gershovsky will work with Music Arts Management to present the Yaron Gershovsky Trio along with a ...

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Personal Notes

Label: Dorron Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Bliss; Don't You Ever; Crossroads; Midnight Sun; Devotion; Mellow Mood; Unchain My Heart; Sundown; Modinha; Livin' It Up; Blue G; A Junket To Bali; Prelude in "E".

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Yaron Gershovsky: Personal Notes

Read "Personal Notes" reviewed by Budd Kopman


Personal Notes is just that, a personal musical statement by Yaron Gershovsky. He has worked with a long list of high-profile musicians, including Wayne Shorter, Dr. Lonnie Smith, George Benson and Michael Brecker. Most impressively, Gershovsky has been the music director and keyboardist for the Manhattan Transfer, with whom he is currently touring, since 1979.


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