April 15, 2021
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As both leader and collaborator, the versatile drummer Mark Guiliana spends much of his time exploring jazz’s fascinating fringes, producing some of his best music in the place ...
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The lineup for this year’s Chicago Jazz Festival included, for the first time, an entry from the Jazz Record Art Collective (JRAC) interdisciplinary series. This Chicago series, directed ...
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When Matthew Shipp asked me to design the cover art for his Points album (Silkheart Records, 1992), I showed him works from the on-going drawing study I was engaged in. ...
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Now in its 25th year, New York City’s annual Charlie Parker Jazz Festival has evolved from a single afternoon outdoor concert in the East Village’s Tompkins Square Park ...
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Like so many hip things, it would have been easy to write off as a product of the ambiance: Everyone at the second of Jazz re: freshed’s two ...
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John Scofield with Gary Grainger, Dennis Chambers and Jim Beard (from left to right) (photo by Lawrence Sumulong/Jazz at Lincoln Center) Canons are useful constructs when looking at ...
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There’s a story, an angle to the Newport Jazz Festival this year, other than the long-running narrative about it being an enduring institution of jazz and, by extension, ...
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“I view the [jazz] tradition as being like the roots of a tree,” the bassist Christian McBride told JT writer Nate Chinen in 2013. “But you can’t just have the roots. Something’s got ...
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