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Anat Cohen: Musical Zelig

From All About Jazz Anat Cohen: Musical Zelig By: R.J. Deluke Since arriving on the New York City scene in 1999, via Tel Aviv and the Berklee College of Music, Anat Cohen has exhibited qualities in music where one wonders where she is going to be next—musically—and what group of musicians she will be associated with. She plays Brazilian music like she was born there. She swings her ass off with George Wein’s all-star band. If you can’t feel her when she blows some blues, a physical examination may be in order. Cohen’s choices spring from her wide-ranging tastes, her unabashed passion for all kinds of music—and the courage of her convictions to pursue them. She plays in every genre with unbridled joy. Anyone who has seen this wonderfully talented reed player on stage can’t help but be touched by her elan. “What keeps me content musically is the fact... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 21st, 2018 in News


Her Name is Her Story

From Times Union SPAC fest singer Jazzmeia Horn’s name is her story By: R. J. DeLuke Kismet or hard work? Singer Jazzmeia Horn has been on a wild ride over the last few years. She transformed from a young musician... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 21st, 2018 in News


Jazzmeia Horn Moves the Crowd

From KZUM 89.3FM Jazzmeia Horn moves the crowd at Jazz in June By: Tom Ineck Singer Jazzmeia Horn’s joyful enthusiasm virtually exploded on the Jazz in June stage at her June 12 performance. She proved well-deserving of the accolades that... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 18th, 2018 in News


"It’s All Part Of The Plan" - Video from Punch...

From Bluegrass Today It’s All Part Of The Plan video from Punch Brothers By: John Lawless Punch Brothers are back this summer with a new album, extensive touring in support, and a live video performance of one of the new... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 18th, 2018 in News


Cuban Pianists Chucho Valdes, Rubalcaba Captivate U.S. Public

From Prensa Latina Cuban Pianists Chucho Valdes, Rubalcaba Captivate U.S. Public By: Martha Andres Roman Washington Two of the greatest representatives of Cuban music today, pianists Chucho Valdes and Gonzalo Rubalcaba, radiated mastery and complicity during the presentation in the... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 18th, 2018 in News


Burlington Discover Jazz Festival 2018

From All About Jazz Burlington Discover Jazz Festival 2018 By: Doug Collette Anat Cohen & Choro Adventuruso FlynnSpace June 9, 2018 Whatever context in which she plays, the innate gaiety of Anat Cohen’s clarinet playing comes through as a direct... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 18th, 2018 in News


Watch: Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade Perform...

From Nonesuch Watch: Joshua Redman, Ron Miles, Scott Colley, Brian Blade Perform “Walls-Bridges” Live in Marciac Saxophonist and composer Joshua Redman, drummer Brian Blade, bassist Scott Colley, and trumpeter Ron Miles, whose new album, Still Dreaming, was released on Nonesuch... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 18th, 2018 in News


An Example for the People

From OkayAfrica Fatoumata Diawara: “People Need an Example in Africa, Because Politicians Can’t Be Our Example” By: Angel E. Fraden When I met with Fatoumata a few days before her headlining performance at Brooklyn Bowl for the World Music Institute’s... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 14th, 2018 in News


50 Best Albums of 2018 (So Far)

From Rolling Stone 50 Best Albums of 2018 So Far The Bad Plus, ‘Never Stop II’ Since forming in 2000, the Bad Plus have grown from upstart into institution, one of the few contemporary jazz acts to show up on... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 14th, 2018 in News


David Sanborn Doesn't Let Genres Define Him

From The Columbus Dispatch Saxophonist David Sanborn does’t let genres define himself or his music By: Julia Oller David Sanborn has six Grammy Awards, two dozen albums and a countless number of appearances as a session player, but he talks... Read The Full Article

Posted Jun 14th, 2018 in News


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