JWQ Showcase 2017

Saturday, October 31, 2015

NORWAY: Ivar Grydeland - Stop Freeze Wait Eat (Hubro 2015)


Ivar Grydeland is probably best known as a member of improvisational bands such as Huntsville and Ballrogg as well as Dans les Arbres (ECM), which was nominated for the Nordic Council Music Prize this year. He also plays distinctive pop with Hanne Hukkelberg and instrumental rock with the band Finland, who released their debut album on the Hubro label earlier this year.
His solo debut album, Bathymetric Modes, was released in 2012 and received glowing reviews. All About Jazz’s reviewer wrote: “Grydeland has delivered an album that, in its combination of lyrical beauty, attractive sound worlds and left-of-center concerns, deserves to place him on the same international radar alongside his better-known Norwegian colleagues.”
The album Stop Freeze Wait Eat spins a fascinatingly gentle and complex spider web connecting categories and genres such as hi-fi and lo-fi, drones, abstract electronica, improv and Americana. Loren Connors, Oren Ambarchi and Terry Riley are obvious references here. The album is the result of work with an artistic PhD project called “Ensemble of Me” at the Norwegian Academy of Music in Oslo. Ivar wanted to make it possible to create ensemble music as a solo performer. He tried to forge an “extended now” by improvising on top of sounds that he had played 10-12 seconds earlier. “I work in the same way that I imagine a visual artist works: taking a step back to reconsider before he returns to the canvas. I like that alternation between intuition and reflection when I’m working in the studio.”
Ivar Grydeland plays acoustic and electric guitars, pedal steel and banjo, using a mixture of preparation techniques, fingerpicking, various bows, metal, propellers and electronics. He teaches at the Norwegian Academy of Music, and is one of the founders of the Sofa label. Grydeland’s original and personal music can be perceived as both abstract and demanding, but is at the same time appealing as it draws the listener into a range of musical landscapes and atmospheres.

USA: NEA Jazz Masters Concert feat. Jimmy Heath, Barry Harris, Al Foster, Bob Cranshaw, Steve Davis and Michael Mossman


NEA Jazz Masters
The Music of Miles Davis & Cannonball Adderley
Friday, November 6, 8 PM
at Flushing Town Hall Theater
 
Featuring NEA Jazz Masters Jimmy Heath and Barry Harris joined by Al Foster (Drums), Michael Mossman (Trumpet), Steve Davis (Trombone) and Bob Cranshaw (Bass), this concert will present music from the catalogues of jazz icons Miles Davis and Cannonball Adderley as well as other jazz standards.
 
Tickets: $42/$32 Members/$20 Students; 
Table Packages: $125/$100 Members (Reserved Table for 2, Wine & Snacks)
Use JP20 & Get 20% Off! (general tickets only)
 
UPCOMING JAZZ EVENTS
@ flushing town hall
Monthly Jazz Jam
Wednesday, November 4, 7 PM
@ Flushing Town Hall Gallery
 
Whether you're a student, jazz musician, or music educator, come join the Queens Jazz OverGround, a program of Convergence Arts, Inc., as they lead the house band in this monthly jam session. Held on the first Wednesday of every month, Jazz Jams are a fun way to hone your skills, and jam each month with your peers. Don't play? Come listen! (Free Jazz Clinic at 6pm)
Lou Donaldson Quartet
Saturday, December 12, 8 PM
@ Flushing Town Hall Theater
 
Flushing Town Hall is honored to present NEA Jazz Master saxophonist "Sweet Poppa Lou" Donaldson. When it comes to a jazzy soulful groove, it doesn't get much groovier than Lou Donaldson. His distinctive blues-drenched alto has been a bopping force in jazz for more than six decades. Lou Donaldson (saxophone), Eric Johnson (guitar), Fukushi Tainaka (drums), Pat Bianchi (Hammond B3 organ)
 
MORE INFORMATION
www.flushingtownhall.org
 

Colin Trusedell Trio - It's All About The Hustle (MyShowsLive Records 2015)


It's All About the Hustle
 

MUSICIANS: Shawn Hanlon: piano; Colin Trusedell: bass; Paul Shaw: drums.
Colin Trusedell’s brand new release, “It’s All About The Hustle,” features 10 all new original straight-ahead jazz compositions that are designed to get your toe tapping and head bobbing! Colin Trusedell is an upright and electric bass player originally from Indianapolis, Indiana who is a touring artist and educator. This is Colin’s third release as a band leader, following his award-winning releases, “Quartet of Jazz Death” (2014) and “Some of My Best Friends Are…Divas” (2013). Colin is currently the adjunct Professor of Bass at Colorado State University – Pueblo and the Musical Director for the United States Air Force Academy Band’s Top 40 ensemble, Blue Steel.

The Colin Trusedell Trio consists of some of the best and most well-know musicians in Colorado: Colin Trusedell on upright bass, Shawn Hanlon on piano and keyboard, and Paul Shaw on drum set. Trusedell’s new album, “It’s All About The Hustle,” takes the listener on an original sophisticated jazz adventure, exploring traditional jazz sounds like those found on the track “Smokin’,” to pushing the modern contemporary jazz sound found on “All In Bloom.” His compositions continue the jazz journey capturing authentic latin jazz flavors on the tune called “Camile,” and ultimately paying homage to jazz and it’s birthplace of New Orleans with the second line jam title track of the record, “It’s All About The Hustle.”

Original cool melodies, hard swingin’ grooves, classy sophisticated jazz, played top notch musicians filling your ears with awesome music! 
Colin Trusedell Trio

Friday, October 30, 2015

USA: Mack Avenue Records Congratulates 2016 NEA Jazz Master Gary Burton on Receiving the Nation's Highest Honor in Jazz

Mack Avenue Records Congratulates
2016 NEA Jazz Master Gary Burton on
Receiving the Nation's Highest Honor in Jazz

2016 NEA Jazz Masters to be Honored with 
Free Concert at John F. Kennedy Center 
  Photo Credit: Jimmy Katz

The NEA Jazz Masters award is the highest honor that our nation bestows on a jazz musician and includes a cash award of $25,000 and an award ceremony and celebratory concert, among other activities. As part of the National Endowment for the Arts' 50th anniversary events, the annual NEA Jazz Masters celebration will take place in on April 4, 2016 in the nation's capital in collaboration with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.  
The National Endowment for the Arts will honor four jazz leaders with the 2016 NEA Jazz Masters award for their significant accomplishments in the field. This year's honorees range from fiery saxophonists who cut their teeth with the legendary John Coltrane, to a vibraphonist who reshaped the direction of jazz by introducing rock elements, to one who has dedicated her life to assisting jazz musicians in need.

Legendary vibraphonist, bandleader and educator, Gary Burton, was one of the progenitors of jazz fusion in the late 1960s. His four-mallet technique on the vibraphone gave the instrument a new musical vocabulary in jazz and a fuller, more piano-like sound than the traditional two-mallet approach. Burton steps into the role alongside the other 2016 honorees: musician's advocate, Wendy Oxenhorn, and saxophonists/composers Pharoah Sanders and Archie Shepp.  

NEA Jazz Master awards are bestowed on living individuals on the basis of nominations from the public including the jazz community. The NEA encourages nominations of a broad range of men and women who have been significant to the field of jazz, through vocals, instrumental performance, creative leadership, and education.

A free concert honoring the 2016 NEA Jazz Masters will be presented at 8:00pm on Monday, April 4, 2016, at the Kennedy Center's Concert Hall and also available in a live video stream at arts.gov, Kennedy-Center.org, and NPR.org/Music. In addition, as a way of expanding opportunities for the public to engage with the artists and their music, the celebration will include other activities April 2-5, such as moderated panel discussions and listening parties at NPR headquarters in Washington, DC, and educational opportunities for local DC students, which will feature some of the 2016 NEA Jazz Masters. More details on these events, including how to obtain tickets for the April 4 concert, will be announced in early 2016.
 
For more information on Gary Burton, please visit: GaryBurton.com

For more information on The National Endowment for the Arts, please visit: Arts.org


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Maureen McFadden · maureen@dlmediamusic.com

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USA: The Wizard of Roz - Roswell Rudd’s 80th Birthday Celebration Sun., Nov.15th 4:00 PM @ (le) poisson rouge

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“He was as galvanizing a presence as ever; at his best, he made the music sound as if it were still being discovered.” – New York Times    
“Take any opportunity that presents itself to hear Roswell Rudd.” - The Village Voice 
 
 "a boundary-leaping force of nature on the trombone.”  - Richard Gehr The Village Voice
 
“Closely as trombone maverick Roswell Rudd has been associated with the avant-garde jazz scene of the ’60s, his range is seemingly limitless, extending from Dixieland to Himalayan music and points beyond. “
– Time Out NY

USA/ITALY:Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s Quartet “Tribute to Charlie Haden”

   THE EUROPEAN MUSIC AGENCY
 

Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s Quartet
“Tribute to Charlie Haden”

 
Dates available: October 21 - November 11, 2016

 

We are a pleased to announce Gonzalo Rubalcaba’s Quartet “Tribute to Charlie Haden”

Dates available: October 21 - November 11, 2016

This emotional project will be performed by Gonzalo Rubalcaba (piano), Matt Brewer (bass), Will Vinson (sax),  Jeff Ballard (drums).

The repertoire of the tour will consist of iconic pieces of Charlie Haden, a key figure of the modern jazz, who passed away recently. Pieces like First Song, Bay City, Silence, Sandino, Passionaria and others that were of his preference as Blue in Green (Bill Evans), Hermitage (Pat Metheny) and Transparence by Gonzalo Rubalcaba.
This album has a thriving group of young musicians from New York, who are representatives of the new trends of the jazz language.

 
“The way Charlie went about opening the path for me, made all the difference. We had each other’s confidence. Charlie was my friend and I for such reason a privileged. Spending so much time with him, I learned not only about music, but also about love, for the music and for our families, and for each other.
Eternal blessing for him”
– Gonzalo Rubalcaba
Other projects of Gonzalo Rubalcaba on tour in 2016:

VOLCAN
 feat. GONZALO RUBALCABA, HORACIO “el Negro” HERNANDEZ, GIOVANNI HIDALGO, ARMANDO GOLA April 24 - May 14, July, August

GONZALO RUBALCABA  PIANO SOLO April 10 - 23, August 15 – 30
 


Thursday, October 29, 2015

USA/CUBA: Chucho Valdes @ Town Hall NYC TUE, NOV 10th 8PM



ROMANIA: United Artists Festival / Florin Raducanu Symphonic Jazz Project invitata Dalila Cernatescu

 

United Artists Festival / Florin Raducanu Symphonic Jazz Project invitata Dalila Cernatescu

Bucharest, Romania / Arenele Romane
18.00h
Florin Raducanu -piano, compositions & orchestrations
Dalila Cernatescu -panflute
Sebastian Mihai- ten. sax.
Adrian Flautistu- double bass
Ivan Tsonkov - drums
Gilberto Ortega- congas
With special support by Bucharest Symphonic Orchestra, conductor - Daniel Jinga
Program :
1. Sketches of Manuel de Falla for Symphonic Jazz Orchestra, pian & panflute - arr.& orch. by Florin Raducanu
2. Symfonic Jazz Ouverture for Symphonic Jazz Orchestra, piano, panflute & ten.saxophone / composition & orchestration by Florin Raducanu

http://jazzworldquest.com/florin_raducanu

USA: Creating Future Of Jazz With Gismart Application Company

With a driving passion for music and mobile, Gismart (http://www.gismart.com) announces they have joined in partnership with First International Online Jazz Competition (http://www.madeinnyjazz.com) to benefit the participants to create the future of jazz music.
Next year's event will announce a special category where participants could enter the competition using music applications created by Gismart such as those already widely used by professional musicians. “I believe the Jazz industry should follow technology trends in order to stay relevant,” says Misha Brovkin, Founder of Made In New York Jazz Competition. “The sky is the limit in terms of promotions, features, and functions that we are able to offer our community.”
Music apps aren't just for streaming anymore. According to a recent Yahoo Finance story, 'The popularity of music apps among smartphone users increased at an unexpected rate in June this year'. It seems that streaming services drive the market, however, music making is the upward trend. According to an article at Synthtopia.com, iOS devices have overtaken the sales of Windows base computers stating that 'The number of musicians using mobile devices as their primary DAW is likely to continue to grow. In the last five years, many musicians have gone from considering mobile devices toys, to using them as significant tools for things like patch creation, synthesis, MIDI control and more. Musicians are now beginning to use mobile devices as a ‘mobile DAW’, for things like beat-making and capturing ideas'.
Gismart has been producing high quality music apps available on Googleplay, in the iTunes App store, on Amazon.com and YouTube for the iOS and Android platforms for over four years. Apps such as Real Guitar, Real Piano, Real Drums, and Real Metronome.
“We are very excited about bringing these two creative worlds together for the first time,” says Gismart representative. “We feel that this partnership has the possibility of opening doors to many people across the globe who would other wise not be able to participate and in turn offer the world new creative outlets in music never before seen on such a large stage.”
The competition is open online now. Participants need only register their projects and upload them on the page provided. Once the project video has been approved, the participant can complete the registration process.
Those who entered Made In New York Jazz Competition have a chance at winning a cash prize of $3000, plus 10% of the registration fees, The Ultimate Controller KAWAI VPC1 Ultra-Realistic grand piano touch to complete your virtual piano experience. A new standard in performance. Ivory II Grand Pianos and Ivory II American Concert D from Synthogy, Impression Cymbals set as well as a chance at international recognition as the winner will be flown to New York City (Sponsored by Kawai) to participate as a headline performer in the 'Made In New York Jazz Competition Gala Concert' with American Jazz Legends.
For more information, visit http://www.madeinnyjazz.com
About Gismart
Gismart has been producing high quality music apps for iOS and Android since 2011, with millions of downloads every month. Gismart has a driving passion for music and mobile.

GERMANY: SOLEA- New to Old (Laika 2015)

Cover Solea "New To Old"

Markus Horn- piano
Lars Hansen - bass
Heinz Lichius - drums

Laika Records


Wednesday, October 28, 2015

CANADA/USA: For Your Consideration 58th Annual Grammy Awards Halie Loren’s 2015 release “Butterfly Blue”

“Halie Loren glides in flight on her new album Butterfly Blue from newly composed musical poetry to the songbook of American music on the wings of a deepening and darkening musical sense, an extraordinary accompanying group of musicians and a voice to wring out all the passion, pain and promise of living. We are captives of the cages of our lives but the spirit still soars.”
– The International Review of Music (Brian Arsenault), June 2015

“Gifted vocalist and composer Halie Loren’s latest recording (her eighth) is all about transformation and the resilient nature of the human heart. In keeping with these themes, Alaskan-born Loren has deftly selected a musical palette that incorporates not only beloved standards from The Great American Songbook, but well-written contemporary and original compositions as well as a beloved jazz anthem of hope.”
– TheWholeNote.com (Lesley Mitchell-Clarke), September 2015

Butterfly Blue is available on line and in stores – everywhere!

Listen on Soundcloud: 
http://soundcloud.com/justin-time-records/sets/halie-loren-butterfly-blue


The making of "Butterfly Blue": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgw4qMevHY4
 
www.justin-time.com

USA: PÉREZ PATITUCCI BLADE- Children of the Light( 2015)


Danilo Pérez, John Patitucci and Brian Blade have been three quarters of the extraordinary Wayne Shorter Quartet for more than a decade. Since, they’ve also continued their individual careers as leaders of their own projects and groups. Now, on Children of the Light, they step forward as a trio for the first time with an imagination and fearlessness in their approach that defies the roles and ways of a trio in both obvious and subtle ways.
MACK AVENUE

SPAIN: Paal Nilssen-Love Large Unit on tour


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PAAL NILSSEN-LOVE LARGE UNIT

JON RUNE STRØM, bajo.  ANDREAS WILDHAGEN, batería.  PAAL NILSSEN-LOVE, batería.  MATS ÄLEKLINT, trombón.  CHRISTIAN MEAAS SVENDSEN, bajo.  KLAUS HOLM, saxos alto y barítono, clarinete. JULIE KJæR, saxo alto y flauta.  THOMAS JOHANSSON, trompeta. PER ÅKE HOLMLANDER, tuba. KETIL GUTVIK, guitarra. TOMMI KERANEN, electrónica. CHRISTIAN OBERMAYER, ingeniero de sonido.


Moers festival 2014 (Arte concert)

Café Oto May 2015

  27/10/2015 Fasching, Estocolmo (Suecia)

28/10/2105  Energimolla, Kongsberg (Noruega)

29/10/2015 Grenland Jazzforum and Spriten Kunsthall, Skien (Noruega)

30/10/2015 Fonden Vox-Hall, Aarhus (Dinamarca)

31/10/2015 Tampere Jazz Happening (Finlandia)

1/11/2015 Dom Cultural Center, Moscú (Rusia)

2/11/2015 Pardon To Tu, Varsovia (Polonia)

3/11/2015 Pardon To Tu, Varsovia (Polonia)

4/11/2015 Mocak, Museum of Contemporary Art, Cracovia (Polonia)

7/11/2015 Berliner Festspiele, Berlín (Alemania)

8/11/2015 POOK, Trondheim (Noruega)


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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

USA: JIM SNIDERO QUINTET "ONE FOR PHIL" Smoke Jazz and Supper Club Thursday, Oct 29 Sets 7, 9 and 10:30pm

JIM SNIDERO QUINTET
"ONE FOR PHIL"
 

Jim Snidero- Alto Saxophone
Alex Sipiagin- Trumpet
Andy LaVerne- Piano
Ugonna Okegwo- Bass
Jason Tiemann- Drums


Smoke Jazz and Supper Club
Thursday, Oct 29
Sets 7, 9 and 10:30pm
$12 Music Charge
The Jim Snidero Quintet pays tribute to the great Phil Woods, who passed away on September 29th. Snidero first met Woods in 1975, then studied with him until moving to New York in the early 1980's. They kept in contact over the years, with their last visit being in June.

"Phil was the guy that inspired me to commit to the music, and for that, I will always be grateful" states Snidero. "Without question, he was one of the greatest jazz musicians and alto saxophone players of all time".

Coincidently, a feature article appearing in the June issue of Jazz Times focused on the long-time relationship between this grand master and understudy. Included in the article are many words of advice from Woods ("Don't do this unless you've got the burn in your belly") and Woods stating that Snidero is now a "masterful artist". Read the entire article below.

For reservations, visit www.smokejazz.com
Or phone (212) 864-6662


 
For reservations, visit www.smokejazz.com
Or phone (212) 864-6662

TURKEY: 25th Akbank Jazz Festival, Istanbul - 21 October - 1 November 2015



Bill Frisell Music for Strings
David Sanborn
Manu Katché
Joe Lovano & John Scofield
Belle and Sebastian
Susanne Sundfør
Lizz Wright
Kuára Duo
Reis / Demuth / Wiltgen
Şirin Soysal
Ercüment Orkut
Marc Sinan Oğuz Büyükberber
Poppy Ackroyd
Tingvall Trio
Carmen Lundy
Dave Douglas
Moriarty
Sinkane
The Gaslamp Killer
Social Inclusion Band
Oran Etkin
David Murray
Ester Rada
Squarepusher
Hercules & Love Affair
Get The Blessing
Ali Perret’s DUDU
Analog Africa Soundsystem

http://www.akbanksanat.com

USA: New England Conservatory Presents: Gunther Schuller: A Musical Celebration

Ensembles: NEC Wind Ensemble, NEC Contemporary Ensemble, NEC Percussion Ensemble

Conductors: Ken Schaphorst, Charles Peltz, Frank Epstein

Artists: Veronica Jochum (Piano), Hugo Abraham (Double Bass), Edward Kass (Double Bass), Donald Palma (Double Bass), Boyang Yu (Double Bass), Ran Blake (Piano)

Originally planned as a celebration of composer Gunther Schuller's 90th birthday, Schuller's death on June 21 has turned this and other fall performances of his music into a first look at his legacy.

John Heiss has organized performances that span the entire 70 years of Schuller's work as a composer, as well as the tremendous range of genres and ideas addressed by his work.

1947 Quartet for Double Basses
"the opening chord is identical to the last sounds in the fourth movement of Schoenberg's Five Pieces for Orchestra, which seemed to me such an extraordinarily daring instrumental conception for 1909" GS

1948 Jumpin' in the Future

1986 Sandpoint Rag

1994 Headin' Out, Movin' In
"moves 'in' and 'out' of the mainstream tradition" GS

2005 Grand Concerto for Percussion and Keyboards
"has more music in it than any one person could hear" Frank Epstein

In addition to these works by Gunther Schuller, Ran Blake will present the premiere performance of Gunther.



Date: November 19, 2015 - 7:30PM

Price: Free

Location: NEC's Jordan Hall


New England Conservatory

Monday, October 26, 2015

USA: The Tony Guerrero Quintet - The Thing Is... (2015)

The Tony Guerrero Quintet | The Thing Is...
TONY GUERRERO - Trumpet & Flugelhorn
ROBERT KYLE - Sax & Flute
DAVE SIEBELS Organ & Piano
DAVID MILLER - Bass
MATT JOHNSON - Drums & Bongos
with Special Guests
GINA SAPUTO - Vocal (4, 9)
FRANCISCO TORRES - Trombone (11)
GANNIN ARNOLD - Guitar (13)

Over the past several years, I have had the great pleasure of performing with these fine musicians and gentlemen. We’ve
done hundreds of gigs together and learned how to read each other well. We are intimately acquainted with each other’s
sound, our strengths and weaknesses, our musical preferences and influences. And, to top it off, we’re great friends. Simply
put, these are some of the coolest guys around and I am incredibly fortunate to get to make music with them. And if you
enjoy listening to this CD even half as much as we enjoy playing together, I’ll be thrilled! Dig? Dig!
- Tony Guerrero

USA: Matthew Shipp - The Conduct Of Jazz (Thirsty Ear Recordings 2015)

 Instinctive Touch; The Conduct of Jazz; Ball in Space; Primary Form; Blue Abyss; Stream of Light; The Bridge Across.
Matthew Shipp: piano; Michael Bisio: bass; Newman Taylor Baker: drums.









GERMANY: Ulrich Tukur & Die Rhythmus Boys - Let's Misbehave! (2015)


01Let's Misbehave 02:22
02Opus One 02:51
03Puttin' On the Ritz 02:41
04Miss Otis Regrets 02:12
05Begin the Beguine 03:49
06Mississippi Mud 02:06
07Love Me Or Leave Me 03:33
08Nagasaki 02:41
09Shall We Dance 02:43
10These Foolish Things 03:20
11I Can't Give You Anything But Love 03:25
12Georgia On My Mind 03:14
13Happy Feet 02:07
14Stardust 04:38
15Why Don't Women Like Me 02:05

Sunday, October 25, 2015

USA: Antonio Adolfo "Tema" & "Copa Village"

For Your Consideration  
58th Annual Grammy Awards

Antonio Adolfo
"Tema" &

Carol Saboya, Antonio Adolfo and Hendrik Meurkens
"Copa Village"

“Tema” and ”Copa Village” have, together, 12 entries
 
 
About Tema:
“What a marvelous disc this is. Absolute marvelous” — Raul da Gama, Latin Jazz Network
 
“Tema is a highly enjoyable listening experience and is the type of melodic jazz set that will appeal beyond a strictly Jazz audience while remaining true to the musical vision of Antonio Adolfo.” — Scott Yanow — Jazz Inside Magazine
 
 
About Copa Village: 
"[A] super constellation of stellar musicians [in] a tribute largely to the music of Antonio Carlos Jobim, graced by the wonderful musicality of Ms. Saboya, backed by the virtuosity and emotional fullness of Antonio Adolfo and Hendrik Meurkens."  -- Raul da Gama, Latin Jazz Network
 
"three leading voices in Brazilian Jazz . . deliver a wonderful set of original compositions and traditional standards with beauty and grace."  — Chip Boaz, Latin Jazz Corner
 


Antonio Adolfo – “Tema” (AAM0708)   Street Date: 06/15/2015
Piano: Antonio Adolfo, Flute and Soprano Sax: Marcelo Martins, Electric guitar: Leo Amuedo, Acoustic guitar: Claudio Spiewak  (obs.: except  on track #2) Double Bass: Jorge Helder, Drums and percussion: Rafael Barata, 
Percussion: Armando Marçal 
 
 
Carol Saboya, Antonio Adolfo, Hendrik Meurkens "Copa Village" (AAM0707) Street Date: February 10, 2015
Carol Saboya-vocals, , Antonio Adolfo-piano, Hendrik Meurkens-harmonica & vibraphone, Claudio Spiewak-acoustic & electric guitars,  Itaiguara Brandão-bass, Adriano Santos-drums,  
André Siqueira-percussion




 


 
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USA/Papers: John Coltrane and the Development of a Radical Black Aesthetic

Thomas Barker Thomas Barker Durham UniversityMusic, Graduate Student
The purpose of this article is to consider the ways that Coltrane’s music might be said to have taken on the character of what Adorno called the ‘autonomous work of art’ in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Building upon the 1999 essay by Nick Nesbit entitled ‘Sounding Autonomy: Adorno, Coltrane, and Jazz,’ this article aims to provide a critical theory of Coltrane’s aesthetics, examining the ways that dominant socio-political tendencies became objectified within Coltrane’s music through his interaction with the historically formed musical material. Unlike Nesbit, however, this study...
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USA: Upcoming at the Blue Note: November 2015

Upcoming at the Blue Note: November 2015
Interested in reviewing a show this month? Click the button to the right to request press tickets or more information about an upcoming show. 
JUST ANNOUNCED: VIRTUAL REALITY INITIATIVE
In partnership with Rivet VR, Blue Note recently launched a Virtual Reality content initative that kicks-off with 360-degree videos of the Soul Rebels at Blue Note on YouTube.                                                            
MAIN SHOWS: NOVEMBER
STANLEY CLARKE:
2 WEEK RESIDENCY
Stanley Clarke Band
November 3 - 8, 12 & 13

Stanley Clarke, Lenny White & George Cables Trio
November 10 & 11

Stanley Clarke Band ft. McCoy Tyner
November 14 & 15

8:00 PM & 10:30 PM
$45 @ table / $30 @ bar

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ROY AYERS
November 17 - 22

8:00 PM & 10:30 PM
$35 @ table / $20 @ bar

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ROY HAYNES
November 24 & 25

8:00 PM & 10:30 PM
$45 @ table / $30 @ bar

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TERENCE BLANCHARD FT. THE E-COLLECTIVE
November 26 - 29

8:00 PM & 10:30 PM
$35 @ table / $20 @ bar

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MONDAY NIGHTS IN NOVEMBER
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ERIC PERSON & META-FOUR
Monday, November 2
8 PM & 10:30 PM ~ $15 @ table / $10 @ bar
NIGEL HALL FT. ERIC KRASNO W/ GUESTS
Monday, November 16
8 PM & 10:30 PM ~ $15 @ table / $10 @ bar
 JESSICA CARE MOORE
Monday, November 30
8 PM & 10:30 PM ~ $15 @ table / $10 @ bar 
ACOUSTIC ALCHEMY
Monday, November 9
8 PM & 10:30 PM ~ $35 @ table / $20 @ bar
GATO BARBIERI
Monday, November 23
8 PM & 10:30 PM ~ $45 @ table / $30 @ bar
LATE NIGHT GROOVE SERIES IN NOVEMBER
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AJOYO
AJOYO
Friday, November 6
12:30 AM ~ $10 cover ($15 DOS)
NATASHA AGRAMA
Friday, November 13
12:30 AM ~ $10 cover ($15 DOS)
CHELSEA BARATZ
Friday, November 20
12:30 AM ~ $10 ($15 DOS)
YOOJIN PARK
Friday, November 27
12:30 AM ~ $10 ($15 DOS)
DAMON MENDES
Saturday, November 7
12:30 AM ~ $10 cover ($15 DOS)
PAT VAN DYKE
Saturday, November 14
12:30 AM ~ $10 ($15 DOS)
ALEXIS HIGHTOWER
Saturday, November 21
12:30 AM ~ $10 ($15 DOS)
MARCUS MACHADO
Saturday, November 28
12:30 AM ~ $10 ($15 DOS)
SUNDAY BRUNCHES IN NOVEMBER
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DAVE PIETRO'S NYU ENSEMBLESunday, November 1Sets at 11:30 AM & 1:30 PM
$35 includes ticket to show, meal & 1 drink
JUILLIARD JAZZ BRUNCHSunday, November 8
Sets at 11:30 AM & 1:30 PM
$35 includes ticket to show, meal & 1 drink
IRIS ORNIG REIMAGINES MICHAEL JACKSON
Sunday, November 15
Sets at 11:30 AM & 1:30 PM
$35 includes ticket to show, meal & 1 drink
ERIKA: EAST MEETS WEST BRUNCH 
Sunday, November 22
Sets at 11:30 AM & 1:30 PM
$35 includes ticket to show, meal & 1 drink