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Winter Jazzfest in Photos

Images from the 10th edition of this NYC mega-festival

Jason Adasiewicz, Hamid Drake and Peter Brötzmann (from left) perform at Judson Church, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014
EYEBONE performs at NYU Law, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014. From left: Teddy Klausner, Nels Cline and Jim Black
Robert Glasper (left) and Jason Moran perform at the Town Hall to honor the 75th anniversary of Blue Note Records, part of NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014
Robert Glasper (left) and Jason Moran perform at the Town Hall to honor the 75th anniversary of Blue Note Records, part of NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014
Ben Goldberg's Unfold Ordinary Mind performs at NYU Law, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014. Seen here, from left: Ellery Eskelin, Rob Sudduth, Nels Cline and Goldberg
Howard Johnson's Gravity 2014
Howard Johnson's Gravity performs at the Bitter End, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014 (photo: Greg Aiello)
The Mary Halvorson Septet performs at Judson Church, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014. Seen here, from left: Halvorson, John Hébert, Jacob Garchik, Ingrid Laubrock, Jon Irabagon and Jonathan Finlayson
Mostly Other People Do the Killing performs at NYU Law, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014
In remembrance of Butch Morris, Henry Threadgill's "Ensemble Double-Up" performs at Judson Church, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014. From left: David Virelles, Roman Filiu, Jose Davila, Craig Weinrib, Curtis Macdonald, Christopher Hoffman, Jason Moran and Threadg
Billy Martin's Wicked Knee performs at the Bowery Electric, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014. Clockwise from top right: Steven Bernstein, Martin, Marcus Rojas and Curtis Fowlkes
Nate Wooley's Seven Storey Mountain performs at NYU Law, NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014
Ravi Coltrane, Alan Hampton and Eric Harland (from left) perform at the Town Hall as part of NYC Winter Jazzfest 2014

Over five days last week, the 10th annual Winter Jazzfest took place in New York City, presenting dozens of acts in jazz and improvised music and accommodating, according to festival producers, more than 7,500 “attendees, press, industry and [Association of Performing Arts Presenters members].” JT editor Evan Haga was there and will have a full report in the March issue. In the meantime, enjoy these images by JT photographer Greg Aiello.

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