Eric Dolphy: It’s All Out There Now

Rediscovered 1963 recordings by the saxophonist deepen the legacy of a jazz visionary

Eric Dolphy


Live Review: New York Winter Jazzfest 2019

The growing event celebrates its 15th anniversary with nine days of diverse offerings

Meshell Ndegeocello at the 2019 Winter Jazzfest in New York


JazzTimes 10: Great Recordings of “My Funny Valentine”

These 10 renditions of one of the most-played songs in jazz make us smile with our heart


2018 Expanded Critics’ Poll Results

JazzTimes’ critics pick their favorites of the year: artists, festivals, venues, and more

02-19-19    Albums

Jacques Schwarz-Bart: Hazzan (Enja/Yellowbird)

The world’s religions have long provided jazz musicians with melodies to explore, and while Judaism……Read More

02-18-19    Albums

Hedvig Mollestad Trio: Smells Funny (Rune Grammafon)

The belching, blues-rock mongrel that is the Hedvig Mollestad Trio could emanate only from the……Read More

02-17-19    Albums

Joe Lovano: Trio Tapestry (ECM)

Joe Lovano’s first album as a leader on ECM introduces a new trio. Marilyn Crispell……Read More

02-16-19    Albums

Gary Burton: Take Another Look: A Career Retrospective (Mack Avenue)

At 75, Gary Burton—a jazz giant since his teens—is one of the few musicians for……Read More

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Mariel Austin: Big Band Booster
By Jeff Tamarkin

When she was all of 12 years old, Mariel Austin witnessed the Berkeley High School……Read More


Viva Xalapa!: Jazz in Mexico
By James Gavin

The Mexican city played host to Latin America’s first jazz education conference.…Read More


Satoko Fujii: Full Calendar
By Britt Robson

When Satoko Fujii was four, she was so shy that she begged to quit kindergarten.……Read More


Christian Sands: The Natural
By Michael J. West

“The thing with Christian is that he’s not always trying to be hip: He already……Read More

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