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"Off-the-Cuff Trombone" - A Trombonist's Tale

04/26/16    Community Articles

"Off-the-Cuff Trombone" - A Trombonist's Tale

Nick Mondello

“Off-the- Cuff Trombone” is highly unusual and singularly noteworthy within the well-worn jazz bio-documentary genre. While there is the obligatory abundance of anecdotal tales voiced by jazz trombonist, Rick Stepton, the themes of focus, professionalism...

Nicole Henry: The Vocalist Who Sings Rainbows

04/26/16    Community Articles

Nicole Henry: The Vocalist Who Sings Rainbows

Maria Cabeza

Nicole Henry's amazing and soul-like voice and charm at The Waterfront Meyer Amphitheatre was an amazing gift for West Palm Beach Citizens and Tourists.

Secret reconciliations

04/20/16    Albums

Secret reconciliations

Gustavo Bustamante

Listen again and again intensifies the argument of any free music: dispossession technical, outright imaginary of its musicians, that as real magicians of our internal hallucination, allows us the more crude and fantastic sound calamities

04/19/16    Community Articles

JUANITO PASCUAL & THE NEW FLAMENCO TRIO

Liz Fixsen

The Juanito Pascual New Flamenco Trio creates a unique world music experience, fusing traditional Spanish flamenco with elements of jazz, pop and rock music, performing with passion and virtuosity.

Adison Evans Debuts with "Hero"

04/15/16    Albums

Adison Evans Debuts with "Hero"

Travis Rogers

Adison Evans exploded onto the Pop stage when she appeared—baritone and alto saxophones at the ready—with Beyoncé at the 2013 Super Bowl. After her time at Julliard (where she came to know the members of her band), she embarked on the current multi-year...

Steve Wiest and Phröntrange Take "The High Road"

04/15/16    Albums

Steve Wiest and Phröntrange Take "The High Road"

Travis Rogers

Steve Wiest and Phröntrange have just released The High Road on the Blujazz label (BJ3438) and it is on fire. Even with trombonist Wiest being the only horn player, the effect is like hearing the elephant troop, from Disney’s The Jungle Book, on LSD. They...

Internationally Renowned Vocalist Dominique Eade Performs Recital Featuring Original Music and Songs by Hoagy Carmichael, Bob Dylan and More

04/15/16    Community Articles

Internationally Renowned Vocalist Dominique Eade Performs Recital Featuring Original Music and Songs by Hoagy Carmichael, Bob Dylan and More

Jon Muchin

Internationally renowned vocalist/composer Dominique Eade is joined by pianists Jed Wilson and Ran Blake, oud player Kenan Adnawi and setar player Nima Janmohammadi in a faculty recital melding Eade’s original music with songs by Hoagy Carmichael, Bob Dylan...

Ridgeway Arts presents internationally acclaimed pianist/composer Vadim Neselovskyi and renowned bassist Jeff Denson

04/15/16    Community Articles

Ridgeway Arts presents internationally acclaimed pianist/composer Vadim Neselovskyi and renowned bassist Jeff Denson

Jon Muchin

Ridgeway Arts, the new non-profit dedicated to developing the Bay Area educational and performance scene, presents three concerts May 5-7 by internationally renowned pianist/composer Vadim Neselovskyi. Neselovskyi will also conduct workshops with area students...

Eli Degibri and the Emotions of "Cliff Hangin'"

04/14/16    Albums

Eli Degibri and the Emotions of "Cliff Hangin'"

Travis Rogers

Eli Degibri has been making music for a long time with a long list of Jazz stars. And he is not even forty years-old yet. He graduated the Thelonious Monk Institute at the age of 19 and was noticed and recruited by Herbie Hancock for a world tour. Eli was...

Paul Green Brings an Offering of "Music Coming Together"

04/14/16    Albums

Paul Green Brings an Offering of "Music Coming Together"

Travis Rogers

Paul Green has already achieved recognition in the Classical world, serving as first clarinetist with the Palm Beach Symphony and Florida Grand Opera. He is also well-known in the Klezmer tradition and has gained fame in that music style. But Green also...

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