07/29/14 Community Articles
One of the most highly sought after guitarists in jazz for both live performance and recording, Paul Bollenback may be best known for his ongoing, decades-long association with Joey DeFrancesco. In addition to his work with the celebrated organist, Bollenback...
This should go down as one of the most intriguing Latin jazz releases of 2014 in terms of concept and execution. Cuban-born pianist Aruán Ortiz, who previously did the string arrangements for flutist Mark Weinstein's 2011 album, El Cumbanchero, came up with...
07/28/14 Community Articles
George A. Santino is a Seattle-area singer, writer and motivational speaker who is making the most of his second career after retiring from Microsoft by embracing his passion for performing and storytelling. He has been dazzling audiences worldwide!
07/25/14 Community Articles
. The band will visit the music created by Jon Anderson and Jean-Luc Ponty over the years with new arrangements, virtuosic performances and new energy.
Mike Flanagan's sophomore project delivers a solid Smooth Jazz performance and clear representation of the LGBT community.
Empty Sound i immersed in its rich and colorful musical meditation.
07/24/14 Community Articles
Composer, educator and multi-instrumentalist Dreyer has created a record with the fascinating sounds of Brazil. The 14 tracks were recorded in the historic neighborhood of Rio's Santa Teresa with Brazilian musicians and engineer Carlos Fuchs.
Has the smile of the calmness inside, calm, love a fruitful and accomplice. Far from the musical perfection, the songwriter the grasping. Without a doubt.
Andrew Hadro's debut CD was inspired by Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2013, the year of this recording session. The baritone saxophonist-flutist writes in his note to the CD that "Lincoln's speech urged Americans...
07/21/14 Community Articles
New England Conservatory’s Jazz Studies & Contemporary Improvisation Departments Present Nearly 100 Free Performances for 2014-2015 Season
Plus Residencies with World-Renowned Performers September 2, 2014 — May 19, 2015 Highlights include: The Music of John Zorn: A 35-Year Retrospective; Order of the Virtues a re-interpretation of Hildegarde Von Bingen’s Ordo Virtutum; The Music of Ken Schaphorst...
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