Features

Bill Charlap on Jazz in July

The pianist discusses the six-concert jazz series he’s curating at New York’s 92nd Street Y

Bill Charlap

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A Conversation with Michael League and Terrace Martin

The two musicians talk about their life behind the other side of the studio glass

Terrace Martin and Michael League in conversation with Ashley Kahn at the North Sea Jazz Festival, July 2017

Departments

Before & After With Nicole Mitchell

The acclaimed flutist, composer, and AACM member likes to doodle—a lot

Nicole Mitchell (photo by Kristi Sutton Elias)

Columns

Bright Moments with David Murray

The powerhouse saxophonist looks back on key entries in his mammoth discography

David Murray (photo by Fabrice Monteiro)
07-20-18    Albums

Adam O’Farrill’s Stranger Days: El Maquech (Biophilia)

When a band takes a break during a tour and heads into the recording studio,……Read More

07-19-18    Albums

Joshua Redman/Still Dreaming: Still Dreaming (Nonesuch)

When Joshua Redman formed Still Dreaming a couple of years ago, the group’s name and……Read More

07-18-18    Albums

François Moutin & Kavita Shah Duo: Interplay (Dot Time)

Interplay: both the title track from this debut union of French-born bassist François Moutin and……Read More

07-18-18    Albums

Brad Mehldau Trio: Seymour Reads the Constitution! (Nonesuch)

You can’t help but marvel at Brad Mehldau’s ability to think in two speeds at……Read More

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07-19-18   

The Music of Fred Rogers’ Neighborhood
By Ron Hart

When Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood made its public-television debut on Feb. 19, 1968, its creator and……Read More

07-18-18   

Bill Charlap on the Jazz in July Series
By Lee Mergner

Every summer as New York City sweats and steams its way through the latter part……Read More

07-18-18   

Terence Blanchard & the E-Collective: Fusion for Humanity
By Jeff Tamarkin

Terence Blanchard didn’t form his fusion band the E-Collective with the intention of making politically……Read More

07-17-18   

Mary Halvorson: Reinventing the Identity of the Jazz Guitarist
By Matthew Kassel

On a recent evening at Jazz Standard in Manhattan, Mary Halvorson was hunched over her……Read More

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