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Vijay Iyer

June 3 Charleston, SC
(Spoleto Festival)

June 16 New York, NY
(Le Poisson Rouge)

June 22 Katonah, NY
(Caramoor Center)

June 25-30 New York, NY
(The Kitchen)
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Craig Taborn

June 6-9 Charleston, SC
(Spoleto Festival Residency)
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Django Bates

June 19-20 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)

June 23 Rochester, NY
(Rochester Jazz Festival)

June 25 Ottawa, ON
(Ottawa Jazz Festival)
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Thomas Strønen

June 21 San Diego, CA
(The Athenaeum)

June 26 Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

June 28 New York, NY
(Scandinavia House)

June 29 Washington, DC
(DuPont Underground)

June 30 Rochester, NY
(Rochester Jazzfest)
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Maciej Obara Quartet

June 19 New York, NY
(Dizzy’s Coca-Cola Club)
                                                   
June 22 Edmonton, AB
(Edmonton Intl Jazz Festival)

June 25 Victoria, BC
(Victoria Intl Jazz Festival)

June 26 Vancouver, BC
(Vancouver Intl Jazz Festival)
        
June 28 Ottawa, ON
(Ottawa Intl Jazz Festival)

June 29 Rochester, NY
(Xerox Rochester Intl Jazz Festival)
 
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Bill Frisell

June 7 Burlington, VT
(Discover Jazz Festival)
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Till Fellner

June 6-7 Minneapolis, MN
(Orchestra Hall playing Mozart K466 with Minn Orch and Kent Nagano)
                                                                        
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Jack DeJohnette / Ravi Coltrane
Matt Garrison


June 15 Brooklyn, NY
(Shapeshifter Lab)
 
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Vijay Iyer


June 16 New York, NY
(Le Poisson Rouge)

June 22 Katonah, NY
(Caramoor Center)

June 25-29 New York, NY
(The Kitchen)
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Django Bates


June 19-20 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)

June 23 Rochester, NY
(Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival)

June 25 Ottawa, ON
(Ottawa Jazz Festival)
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Thomas Strønen

June 21 San Diego, CA
(The Athenaeum)


June 23 Seattle, WA
(Poncho Concert Hall)


June 24 San Francisco, CA
(Red Poppy)


June 26 Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

June 28 New York, NY
(Scandinavia House)

June 29 Washington, DC
(DuPont Underground)

June 30 Rochester, NY
(Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival)
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Kuára

Trygve Seim, Samuli Mikkonen, Markku Ounaskari

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Maciej Obara Quartet

June 19 New York, NY
(Dizzy’s Coca-Cola Club)
                                                   
June 22 Edmonton, AB
(Edmonton International Jazz Festival)

June 25 Victoria, BC
(Victoria International Jazz Festival)

June 26 Vancouver, BC
(Vancouver International Jazz Festival)
        
June 28 Ottawa, ON
(Ottawa International Jazz Festival)

June 29 Rochester, NY
(Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival)

 
 
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Weird that ECM ignores the flyover states.

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On 6/15/2018 at 10:21 PM, mjzee said:

Weird that ECM ignores the flyover states.

Michael, my contact promptly replied to your comment, and I forgot to post it.  I'll try to find it.

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Tord Gustavsen: piano / Sigurd Hole: double bass /Jarle Vespestad: drums

“This is the chill-out as a state of grace, and it can go as deep as you like. Sublime,” wrote the Independent on Sunday of the Gustavsen’s trio’s Being There, released in 2007. Over the last decade Tord has explored other ensemble forms and formats, but on The Other Side - recorded at Oslo’s Rainbow Studio in January 2018 – he opens a new chapter in his piano trio story, with faithful drummer Jarle Vespestad, and excellent new bassist Sigurd Hole. Hole’s approach to his instrument, drawing on folk influences as well as modern jazz, is ideally suited to Gustavsen’s slowly-developing, deeply melodic pieces.
 
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ON TOUR

 
Sept 25 New York, NY  (Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola)

Sept 27 Santa Cruz, CA  (Kuumbwa Jazz)

Sept 28 Stanford, CA  (Bing Concert Hall Studio)

Sept 29 Vancouver, BC  (BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts)

Sept 30 Portland, OR  (Classic Pianos)

Oct 2 - Minneapolis, MN  (Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church)
 
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Mark Turner: tenor saxophone / Ethan Iverson: piano

 This album marks the recording debut Turner and Iverson in duo. Years after their first meeting at NYC jam sessions, and following much individual success (Turner as a leader and in demand sideman, and Iverson in hit trio The Bad Plus) they re-connected as part of the exhilarating and widely-lauded Billy Hart Quartet. OnTemporary Kings, they explore aesthetic common ground that embodies the heightened intimacy of modernist chamber music in a program of predominantly original compositions.
LISTEN/BUY

ON TOUR

 
September 13 Baltimore, MD (An Die Musik Live!)

September 15 Chicago, IL (Constellation)

September 16-17 Minneapolis, MN (Crooners)

September 18 New York, NY (Jazz Standard)

September 20 Cambridge, MA (Regattabar)

October 10 Denver, CO (Dazzle)

October 11 Santa Cruz, CA (Kuumbwa) 

October 12 Los Angeles, CA (Bluewhale)

October 14 Portland, OR (Old Church)

October 15 Seattle, WA (Earshot Jazz Festival)

October 18 New Orleans, LA (Snug Harbor)
 
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Shai Maestro: piano / Jorge Roeder: double bass / Ofri Nehemya: drums
  
The first ECM leader date for Shai Maestro  features the gifted pianist fronting his superlative trio in a program predominantly of characteristically thoughtful Maestro originals. “Hearing the Shai Maestro Trio is like awakening to a new world”, All About Jazz has suggested. “Expressions of joy, introspective thoughts and heightened intensity all come to the fore.” Maestro’s differentiated touch is special; he can convey a range of fleeting emotions in a single phrase.
 
LISTEN/BUY
 
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Jakob Bro: guitar / Thomas Morgan: double bass / Joey Baron: drums
  
This poetically attuned group follows its ECM studio album of Streams (2016) – which The New York Times lauded as “ravishing”-  with an album recorded live over two nights in New York City.  Bay of Rainbows rolls on waves of contemplative emotion, with gradually enveloping lyricism the lodestar. Recast intimately and elastically for trio, the pieces are illustrative of Bro and company’s ability to push and pull the music into mesmerizing new shapes, onstage and in the moment.   
LISTEN/BUY

ON TOUR


October 14 Winnipeg, MB (The Good Will Social Club)

October 15 Minneapolis, MN (Icehouse)

October 17 Chicago, IL (Constellation)

October 18 Los Angeles, CA (Bluewhale)

October 22 Baltimore, MD (An Die Musik Live!)

October 23-24 New York, NY (Jazz Standard)

October 25 Denver, CO (Dazzle)

October 26 Tulsa, OK (Duet)

October 27 Seattle, WA (Seattle Art Museum/Earshot Festival)

October 28 Portland, OR (The Old Church/Portland Jazz Festival)
 
 
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Wolfgang Muthspiel: guitar / Ambrose Akinmusire: trumpet / Brad Mehldau: piano/ Larry Grenadier: double bass / Eric Harland: drums
  
Many prominent admirers with Muthspiel as a “lyrical and painterly style” that has won him many admirers. Where The River Goes carries the story forward from his highly-acclaimed 2016 recording Rising Grace. Featuring a cast of heavyweight talent (Mehldau, Akinmusire, Grenadier, Harland), this is much more than an “all-star” gathering. The group plays as an ensemble with its own distinct identity, evident both in the interpretation of Muthspiel’s pieces and in the collective playing. 
LISTEN/BUY
 
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Here you go...

Hi Russell,

When there is no presenter who is interested and can pay reasonable fees, there is no possibility for bands to play travel, eat, sleep and play…. If any of the guys knows a presenter who wants to invite ECM bands to play, they can contact me and I will forward the info to the right place.

 

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Tord Gustavsen: piano / Sigurd Hole: double bass /Jarle Vespestad: drums

“This is the chill-out as a state of grace, and it can go as deep as you like. Sublime,” wrote the Independent on Sunday of the Gustavsen’s trio’s Being There, released in 2007. Over the last decade Tord has explored other ensemble forms and formats, but on The Other Side - recorded at Oslo’s Rainbow Studio in January 2018 – he opens a new chapter in his piano trio story, with faithful drummer Jarle Vespestad, and excellent new bassist Sigurd Hole. Hole’s approach to his instrument, drawing on folk influences as well as modern jazz, is ideally suited to Gustavsen’s slowly-developing, deeply melodic pieces.
 
LISTEN/BUY

ON TOUR

 
Sept 25 New York, NY  (Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola)

Sept 27 Santa Cruz, CA  (Kuumbwa Jazz)

Sept 28 Stanford, CA  (Bing Concert Hall Studio)

Sept 29 Vancouver, BC  (BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts)

Sept 30 Portland, OR  (Classic Pianos)

Oct 2 - Minneapolis, MN  (Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church)
 
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Mark Turner: tenor saxophone / Ethan Iverson: piano

 This album marks the recording debut Turner and Iverson in duo. Years after their first meeting at NYC jam sessions, and following much individual success (Turner as a leader and in demand sideman, and Iverson in hit trio The Bad Plus) they re-connected as part of the exhilarating and widely-lauded Billy Hart Quartet. OnTemporary Kings, they explore aesthetic common ground that embodies the heightened intimacy of modernist chamber music in a program of predominantly original compositions.
LISTEN/BUY

ON TOUR

 
September 13 Baltimore, MD (An Die Musik Live!)

September 15 Chicago, IL (Constellation)

September 16-17 Minneapolis, MN (Crooners)

September 18 New York, NY (Jazz Standard)

September 20 Cambridge, MA (Regattabar)

October 10 Denver, CO (Dazzle)

October 11 Santa Cruz, CA (Kuumbwa) 

October 12 Los Angeles, CA (Bluewhale)

October 14 Portland, OR (Old Church)

October 15 Seattle, WA (Earshot Jazz Festival)

October 18 New Orleans, LA (Snug Harbor)
 
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Shai Maestro: piano / Jorge Roeder: double bass / Ofri Nehemya: drums
  
The first ECM leader date for Shai Maestro  features the gifted pianist fronting his superlative trio in a program predominantly of characteristically thoughtful Maestro originals. “Hearing the Shai Maestro Trio is like awakening to a new world”, All About Jazz has suggested. “Expressions of joy, introspective thoughts and heightened intensity all come to the fore.” Maestro’s differentiated touch is special; he can convey a range of fleeting emotions in a single phrase.
 
LISTEN/BUY
 
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Jakob Bro: guitar / Thomas Morgan: double bass / Joey Baron: drums
  
This poetically attuned group follows its ECM studio album of Streams (2016) – which The New York Times lauded as “ravishing”-  with an album recorded live over two nights in New York City.  Bay of Rainbows rolls on waves of contemplative emotion, with gradually enveloping lyricism the lodestar. Recast intimately and elastically for trio, the pieces are illustrative of Bro and company’s ability to push and pull the music into mesmerizing new shapes, onstage and in the moment.   
LISTEN/BUY

ON TOUR


October 14 Winnipeg, MB (The Good Will Social Club)

October 15 Minneapolis, MN (Icehouse)

October 17 Chicago, IL (Constellation)

October 18 Los Angeles, CA (Bluewhale)

October 22 Baltimore, MD (An Die Musik Live!)

October 23-24 New York, NY (Jazz Standard)

October 25 Denver, CO (Dazzle)

October 26 Tulsa, OK (Duet)

October 27 Seattle, WA (Seattle Art Museum/Earshot Festival)

October 28 Portland, OR (The Old Church/Portland Jazz Festival)
 
 
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Wolfgang Muthspiel: guitar / Ambrose Akinmusire: trumpet / Brad Mehldau: piano/ Larry Grenadier: double bass / Eric Harland: drums
  
Many prominent admirers with Muthspiel as a “lyrical and painterly style” that has won him many admirers. Where The River Goes carries the story forward from his highly-acclaimed 2016 recording Rising Grace. Featuring a cast of heavyweight talent (Mehldau, Akinmusire, Grenadier, Harland), this is much more than an “all-star” gathering. The group plays as an ensemble with its own distinct identity, evident both in the interpretation of Muthspiel’s pieces and in the collective playing. 
LISTEN/BUY
 
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Mark Turner tenor saxophone
Ethan Iverson piano

 
The initial musical connection between saxophonist Mark Turner and pianist Ethan Iverson was made in 1990s jam sessions in New York City, with both going on to individual success – Iverson in hit trio The Bad Plus and Turner as a solo leader and in such groups as the trio Fly (recording in both capacities for ECM). A decade after their first meeting, the saxophonist and pianist began an association in the Billy Hart Quartet, the two players featuring sympathetically on two widely lauded ECM albums by that band. Now with Temporary Kings – their debut on record as a duo – Turner and Iverson explore aesthetic common ground that encompasses the cool-toned intricacies of the Lennie Tristano/Warne Marsh jazz school, as well as the heightened intimacy of modernist chamber music. The album presents six originals by Iverson (such as the nostalgic solo tune “Yesterday’s Bouquet) and two by Turner (including “Myron’s World,” which has acquired near-classic status among contemporary jazz players). There’s an off-kilter blues (“Unclaimed Freight”) and a strikingly melodic, almost Ravelian opening track dedicated to the Swiss town where the album was recorded (“Lugano”), plus an interpretation of Marsh’s playfully serpentine “Dixie’s Dilemma.”
 

DUO ON TOUR


September 13  Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

September 15 Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

September 16-17 Minneapolis, MN
(Crooners)

September 18 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)

September 20 Cambridge, MA
(Regattabar)

October 10 Denver, CO
(Dazzle)

October 11 Santa Cruz, CA
(Kuumbwa)

October 12 Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale)

October 14 Portland, OR
(Old Church)

October 15 Seattle, WA
(Earshot Jazz Festival)
 
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Jakob Bro guitar; Thomas Morgan double bass; Joey Baron drums 
 

This poetically attuned group follows its ECM studio album Streams (2016) – which The New York Times lauded as “ravishing”-  with an album recorded live over two nights in New York City.  Bay of Rainbows rolls on waves of contemplative emotion, with gradually enveloping lyricism the lodestar. Recast intimately and elastically for trio, the pieces are illustrative of Bro and company’s ability to push and pull the music into mesmerizing new shapes, onstage and in the moment.    
 

 

TRIO TOUR

October 14 Winnipeg, Man
(The Good Will Social Club)

October 15 Minneapolis, MN
(Icehouse)

October 17 Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

October 18 Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale)

October 22 Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

October 23-24 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)

October 25 Denver, CO
(Dazzle)

October 26 Tulsa, OK
(Duet)

October 27 Seattle, WA
(Seattle Art Museum (Earshot Festival))

October 28 Portland, OR
(The Old Church (Portland Jazz Festival)) 
 
 
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Tord Gustavsen


September 25 New York, NY 
(Dizzy’s Club Coca-Cola)

September 27 Santa Cruz, CA
(Kuumbwa Jazz)

September 28 Stanford, CA
(Bing Concert Hall Studio Stanford University)

September 29 Vancouver, BC
(BlueShore Financial Centre for the Performing Arts)

September 30 Portland, OR
(Classic Pianos)

October 2 - Minneapolis, MN
(Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church)

 

Vijay Iyer

September 20 Los Angeles, CA
(LACMA) with various groups)

September 22 Los Angeles, CA
(UCLA) (with Blind Spot)

September 29 Philadelphia, PA
(Annenberg Center) (performing Solo Piano)

 

 

Turner/Iverson

September 13 Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

September 15 Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

September 16-17 Minneapolis, MN
(Crooners)  

September 18 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)  

September 20 Cambridge, MA
(Regattabar)

 

Thomas Zehetmair

 

Kim Kashkashian

September 25-30 Greenville, NC
(Four Seasons Chamber Music Festival)

 
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Ches Smith, Craig Taborn and Mat Maneri

on Tour Fall 2018

 

October 2    Brooklyn, NY         (Korzo)

October 3    Austin, TX             (The North Door)

October 4    Denver, CO           (Dazzle)

October 5    Vancouver, BC      (The Western Front)

October 6    San Diego, CA      (Bread and Salt)

October 7    Los Angeles, CA   (The Bluewhale)

 

The Bell

released January 2016

 

Featuring dynamic chamber music compositions written for masterful improvisers, (Ches Smith: drums, vibraphone, timpani; Craig Taborn: piano; Mat Maneri: viola), The Bell was released in early 2016 garnering rave reviews far and wide - see a few choice quotes below.

 

For his first album as a composer and bandleader on Germany's iconic ECM label, Smith has chosen a subtlety that seems influenced by his most recent bandmates and peers. It's a stylistic course that will be broadly familiar to fans of Manfred Eicher's jazz-and-classical imprint, and less so to fans of Women as Lovers. But The Bell isn't placid, either: In the company of pianist Craig Taborn and violist Mat Maneri-an experienced pair of collaborators-Smith forges a quiet intensity.

Seth Colter Walls - pitchfork January 2016

 

A mad musician with a beautiful mind, Smith nearly does it all.

Ken Micallef, Modern Drummer - May 2016

 

On first hearing, it sounds trance-like, but as it becomes more familiar, the subtlety and sophistication of the free-improv comes through. Occasionally, Smith blasts the thing wide open, like lightning striking a cloudy sky.

Paul De Barros - The Seattle Times - February 12, 2016

 

All of the pieces here are Smith originals, with the pervasive atmosphere being one of spacious contemplation, glacial development and thoughtful attention to sonic properties.

The drummer's skill with subtlety has long been a part of his arsenal, but on this album it glides into the foreground.

Martin Longley - Downbeat - March 2016

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On Tour


Oct 17  Los Angeles, CA
(Blue Whale)
 
Oct 20   Portland, OR
(Jack London Revue)

Oct 21   Winters, CA
(The Palms Playhouse)

Oct 24   Denver, CO
(Dazzle)

Oct 27   Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

Oct 28   Cleveland, OH
(Bop Stop)

Oct 29   Minneapolis, MN
(Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant)

Oct 30   Boston, MA
(Regattabar)

Nov 1 New York, NY
(Iridium)
 
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New CD “Awase”, a term from martial arts, means “moving together” in the sense of matching energies, a fitting metaphor for the dynamic precision, tessellated grooves and balletic minimalism of Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin.  Over the past years Ronin has become a subtly different band and Bärtsch speaks of a new-found freedom and flexibility in the approach to the material, with “greater transparency, more interaction, more joy in every performance”.
CD / LP / DOWNLOAD / STREAMING
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Ches Smith / Craig Taborn / Mat Maneri


Oct 3 Austin, TX
(The North Door)

Oct 4 Denver, CO
(Dazzle)

Oct 5 Vancouver, BC
(The Western Front)

Oct 6 San Diego, CA
(Bread and Salt)

Oct 7 Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale)

 

 

Mark Turner / Ethan Iverson


Oct 10 Brooklyn, NY
(Dazzle)

Oct 11 Santa Cruz, CA
(Kuumbwa)

Oct 12 Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale)

Oct 14 Portland, OR
(Old Church)

Oct 15 Seattle, WA
(Earshot Jazz Festival)

Oct 18 New Orleans, LA
(Snug Harbor)
 

Timeless: John Abercrombie Tribute Concert

Oct 10 Boston, MA
(Berklee College of Music)

 

Jakob Bro / Thomas Morgan / Joey Baron

Oct 14 Winnipeg, MB
(The Good Will Social Club)

Oct 15 Minneapolis, MN
(Icehouse)

Oct 17 Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

Oct 18 Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale)

Oct 22 Baltimore, MD
(An Die Musik Live!)

Oct 23-24 New York, NY
(Jazz Standard)

Oct 25 Denver, CO
(Dazzle)

Oct 26 Tulsa, OK
(Duet)

Oct 27 Seattle, WA
(Earshot Festival)


Oct 28 Portland, OR
(The Old Church)

 

Vijay Iyer Sextet


Oct 14 Kansas City, MO
(Starlight Theatre)

Oct 20 New York, NY
(Miller Theater)

 

Meredith Monk & Cellular Songs Ensemble

Oct 4-6 Minneapolis, MN
(McGuire Theater, The Walker)

Oct 14-16 New York, NY
(Le Poisson Rouge)

 

Nik Bärtsch’s Ronin

Oct 17  Los Angeles, CA
(Bluewhale) ***Solo Piano

Oct 19   Phoenix, AZ
(Stillwell Pianos)

Oct 20   Portland, OR
(Jack London Revue)

Oct 21   Winters, CA
(The Palms Playhouse)

Oct 24   Denver , CO
(Dazzle)

Oct 27   Chicago, IL
(Constellation)

Oct 28   Cleveland, OH
(Bop Stop)

Oct 29   Minneapolis, MN
(Dakota Jazz)

Oct 30   Boston, MA
(Regattabar)

Nov 1 New York, NY
(Iridium)

 

Art Ensemble of Chicago

Oct 20 Ann Arbor, MI
(Edgefest)

 

 

Kim Kashkashian

Oct 21   Boston, MA
(Music for Food)

 
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Vijay Iyer Sextet

Nov 30 - Dec 1   New Orleans, LA
Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans (Sextet)

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The Big Ears Festival is honoring ECM next March with appearances by the Art Ensemble, Meredith Monk, Carla Bley and others.

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Joe Lovano

Trio Tapestry

 

Joe Lovano: tenor saxophone, tarogato, gongs

Marilyn Crispell: piano

Carmen Castaldi: drums, percussion

       

Joe Lovano on tour 2019

 

Jan. 27th                      Buffalo, NY                             **Albright-Knox Gallery

Feb. 16th                      St. Catharines, ON                 Oscar Peterson Jazz Festival

Feb. 19th – 23rd            New York, NY                         Birdland (saxophone summit)

Mar. 1st                        Tucson, AZ                             Crowder Hall, U of Arizona

Mar. 8th                        Aliso Viejo, CA                        Soka University

Mar. 10th                      Albuquerque, NM                   ** Outpost Performance Space

Mar. 11th                      Santa Cruz, CA                       Kuumbwa Jazz Center

Mar. 12th – 13th            Seattle, WA                             ** Dimitriou’s Jazz Alley

Mar. 14th – 17th           San Francisco, CA                 ** SFJAZZ Miner Auditorium

Apr. 13th                      Austin, TX                               Bates Recital Hall           

                   

** indicate Trio Tapestry performances

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David Torn / Tim Berne / Ches Smith - Sun of Goldfinger
release date: March 1, 2019

 

Tim Berne: alto saxophone Ches Smith: drums, electronics, tanbou
David Torn: electric guitar, live-looping, electronics
 

Sun of Goldfinger on tour:
March 12th San Francisco, CA (Freight and Salvage)
March 13th Los Angeles, CA (Zebulon)
March 14th Portland, OR (Holocene)
March 15th Seattle, WA (Royal Room)
March 16th Denver, CO (workshop)
March 17th Denver, CO (Dazzle)
March 18th Minneapolis, MN Icehouse
March 19th Madison, WI (Arts and Literature Laboratory)
March 20th Pittsburgh, PA (Spirit)
March 21st NY, NY (Nublu)
March 24th Knoxville, TN (Big Ears Festival)
April 18th Boston, MA (Regatta Bar)
April 19th Portland, ME (Space Gallery)
April 20th Newburgh, NY (Atlas)

 

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Do we have Carla Bley tour dates?

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Billy Hart Quartet

 
Jan. 29 – Feb. 3   New York, NY
(Village Vanguard)
 

Kim Kashkashian

Feb. 3   Boston, MA
(Music for Food)

 

Danish String Quartet

Feb. 7-9   La Jolla, CA
(Scripps Research Institute)

Feb. 12-13   Santa Barbara, CA
(UC Santa Barbara)

Feb. 17   Berkeley, CA
(UC Berkeley – Hertz Hall)

Feb. 19   Logan, UT
(Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall – CMS Logan)

Feb. 20   Provo, UT
(Madsen Recital Hall – BYU)

Feb. 21   Laramie, WY
(Buchanan Center for the Performing Arts – U. of Wyoming)

Feb. 22   Los Alamos, NM
(Duane Smith Auditorium)

Feb. 24   Vancouver, BC
(Vancouver Recital Society)

 

András Schiff

February 14,15,17   San Francisco, CA
(Davies Symphony Hall)

February 18   Napa, CA
(First United Methodist Church, Chamber Music in Napa Valley)

February 20   Denver, CO
(Gates Hall)

February 22   La Jolla, CA
(Balboa Theatre)

February 24   Aliso Viejo, CA
(Soka Performing Arts Center)

February 28   Seattle, WA
(S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium)

 

Joe Lovano

Feb 16   St. Catharines, Ontario
(Oscar Peterson International Jazz Festival)

Feb 19-23   New York, NY
(Birdland)

 

Vijay Iyer

 
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On 11/20/2018 at 2:09 PM, BFrank said:

The Big Ears Festival is honoring ECM next March with appearances by the Art Ensemble, Meredith Monk, Carla Bley and others.

 
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During the last decade, Big Ears has emerged as the United States’ preeminent festival for exploratory music. This year, the festival honors a visionary international institution that has always operated with the same outlook—ECM Records, the border-erasing label launched by producer Manfred Eicher that has now spent half a century tirelessly pursuing new frontiers and standards of excellence in jazz and classical music.

20 concerts will feature legendary artists, a new generation of torch-bearing talents, and musicians who probe the outer limits of form and genre – all culled from ECM’s 50 year roster. Big Ears 2019 will pull ECM’s influence across genre and generation into one long weekend, putting it into conversation with the rest of modern music throughout the entire festival.

Featuring


THE ART ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO

AVISHAI COHEN QUARTET

BILL FRISELL & THOMAS MORGAN

CARLA BLEY TRIOS WITH ANDY SHEPPARD AND STEVE SWALLOW

DAVID TORN

DEJOHNETTE COLTRANE GARRISON

KIM KASHKASHIAN

KIM KASHKASHIAN AND ROBERT LEVIN

LARRY GRENADIER

MATHIAS EICK QUINTET

MEREDITH MONK & VOCAL ENSEMBLE CELLULAR SONGS

NIK BÄRTSCH’S RONIN

RALPH TOWNER

SHAI MAESTRO

ST. JOHN’S CHOIR: ARVO PÄRT’S PASSIO

SUN OF GOLDFINGER (DAVID TORN, TIM BERNE, CHES SMITH)

TIM BERNE'S SNAKEOIL

VIJAY IYER AND CRAIG TABORN

WADADA LEO SMITH’S NDA, PERFORMING “DIVINE LOVE” WITH BOBBY NAUGHTON AND DWIGHT ANDREWS
 
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David Torn / Tim Berne / Ches Smith - Sun of Goldfinger
release date: March 1, 2019

 

Tim Berne: alto saxophone Ches Smith: drums, electronics, tanbou
David Torn: electric guitar, live-looping, electronics
 

Sun of Goldfinger on tour:
March 12th San Francisco, CA (Freight and Salvage)
March 13th Los Angeles, CA (Zebulon)
March 14th Portland, OR (Holocene)
March 15th Seattle, WA (Royal Room)
March 16th Denver, CO (workshop)
March 17th Denver, CO (Dazzle)
March 18th Minneapolis, MN Icehouse
March 19th Madison, WI (Arts and Literature Laboratory)
March 20th Pittsburgh, PA (Spirit)
March 21st NY, NY (Nublu)
March 24th Knoxville, TN (Big Ears Festival)
April 18th Boston, MA (Regatta Bar)
April 19th Portland, ME (Space Gallery)
April 20th Newburgh, NY (Atlas)

 

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Larry Grenadier solo performances:

March 15       New York, NY           Zürcher Gallery

March 22       Knoxville, TN            Big Ears Festival

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ECM Focus At Big Ears Festival
March 21-24 Knoxville, TN

Bill Frisell / Thomas Morgan; Mathias Eick Quintet; David Torn (solo); Shai Maestro; Larry Grenadier; Ralph Towner; Kim Kashkashian; Meredith Monk; Tim Berne’s Snakeoil; Jack DeJohnette / Ravi Coltrane / Matt Garrison; Kim Kashkashian and Robert Levin; Avishai Cohen; Carla Bley / Steve Swallow / Andy Sheppard; Wadada Leo Smith’s NDA – Divine Love; St. John’s Choir – Arvo Parts Passio; Nik Bartsch Ronin; The Art Ensemble of Chicago; David Torn / Tim Berne / Ches Smith Sun of Goldfinger; Vijay Iyer / Craig Taborn
 

Joe Lovano

 

Andras Schiff

Roscoe Mitchell

 

Vijay Iyer

Sun of Goldfinger

Gidon Kremer

Vijay Iyer / Craig Taborn

Avishai Cohen

Larry Grenadier


March 15  New York, NY (Zürcher Gallery)

 

Carla Bley/Andy Sheppard/Steve Swallow


Nik Bartsch Ronin

 


Ralph Towner

 

Mathias Eick

Carolin Widmann

 
 
 
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I hope the audiences don't get disoriented to find out that the venues are nosier than the records!

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 “one of the best small jazz festivals in the country if not the world.”
San Francisco Chronicle
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Saw 3 of those acts at Big Ears in March. All were excellent!

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On 5/2/2019 at 2:51 PM, GA Russell said:
 
 
 
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I'd go to that!!

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Big Ears Festival, March

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Jack DeJohnette / Ravi Coltrane / Matt Garrison

June 1 Healdsburg, CA (Healdsburg Festival)
June 15 New York, NY (
Central Park Summerstage)


Mark Turner / Ethan Iverson

June 1 Berkeley, CA (California Jazz Conservatory)
June 2 Healdsburg, CA (
Healdsburg Festival)
June 5 - 8 Charleston, SC (
Spoleto Festival)
June 25 - 27 New York, NY (
Village Vanguard)
 

Carla Bley TRIOS
w/Andy Sheppard and Steve Swallow

June 2 Healdsburg, CA (Healdsburg Festival)
 

Ralph Towner

June 2 Santa Cruz, CA (Kuumbwa Jazz Festival)
 

Heiner Goebbels

June 3-9 New York, NY (Park Avenue Armory)
Everything That Happened And Would Happen

 

 Till Fellner

June 6 - 7 Minneapolis, MN
(
Orchestra Hall)

 

Andrew Cyrille

June 11 Brooklyn, NY (Spectrum)
Vision Fest with Wadada Leo Smith and Brandon Ross


Giovanni Guidi

June 11 New York, NY (Italian Cultural Institute)
June 14 New York, NY (
Jazz Gallery)
with John Escreet, Dezron Douglas and Gerald Cleaver

 

Meredith Monk

June 11 - 12 &14 Los Angeles, CA (Disney Hall) – ATLAS
 

Kit Downes

June 15 Luskville, PQ (Pontiac Enchante Concert Series)
June 23 Rochester, NY (
Rochester Jazz Festival)
June 24 Rochester, NY (
Rochester Jazz Festival)
June 26 Toronto, ON (
Toronto Jazz Festival)
June 28 Brooklyn, NY (Shapeshifter)
June 30 Minneapolis, MN (
St Olaf’s)
 

Vijay Iyer

June 22 Princeton, NJ (McCarter Theater) – Sextet
June 29 Baltimore, MD (
Museum of Art, Sculpture Garden)


Jakob Bro Trio

June 23 Winnipeg, AL, Canada (Winnipeg Jazz Festival – Old Market Square)
June 24 Edmonton, AL, Canada (
Edmonton Jazz Festival – Yardbird Suite)
June 25 Ottawa, ON (
Ottawa Jazz Festival – NAC Fourth Stage)


Kim Kashkashian

June 23 - July 6 Ravinia Park, IL (Ravinia Festival)
 

Vijay Iyer / Craig Taborn

June 27 Montreal, PQ (Montreal Jazz Festival – Gesú)
 

Tord Gustavsen

June 28 Montreal, PQ (Montreal Jazz Festival – Gesú)
 

Ethan Iverson Quartet

June 28 - 29 New York, NY (Village Vanguard)

 

 

 

 

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