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On 2/25/2021 at 8:30 AM, kh1958 said:
Chico Freeman
FREE Livestream
Saturday February 27
2:30PM NY | 7:30PM London | 8:30PM Zurich 
from
Moods, Zurich Switzerland 
 
On Saturday, February 27, join Chico Freeman Group on Chico's Facebook Page and JazzCorner's Facebook Page for an exciting and compelling concert from Moods in Zurich, Switzerland. The Chicago native, has been in lockdown in Switzerland since early 2020 and this is his first major performance since then.
 
Saxophonist, composer and producer, Chico Freeman is always on the lookout for new ways of expressing himself in order to continue the legacy and tradition of jazz in a new guise. For this performance at Moods, he gathered a handful of outstanding musicians with different musical backgrounds: Amine M’Raihi is celebrated as a unique and innovative oud virtuoso, Jim Hart is considered one of the most inventive vibraphone players of his generation, bassist Emanuel Schnyder and drummer Luigi Galati provide the rhythmic foundation along with multi percussionist Alberto Garcia Navarro. Together they play music by Chico Freeman and by former companions, always looking for new approaches.

That livestream was fantastic!

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On 2/23/2021 at 7:23 AM, kh1958 said:

SMOKE SCREENS PRESENTS:THE WAYNE ESCOFFERY QUARTET

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 26 - SUNDAY FEBRUARY 27 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST

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Wayne Escoffery (tenor saxophone)
Peter Bernstein (guitar)
Ugonna Okegwo (bass)
Johnathan Blake (drums)

Saw them today. Good show!

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Really enjoyed from Elmhurst University Jazz Festival

Ryan Truesdell's Gil Evans Project presents Birth of the Cool

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Joey DeFrancesco

 

Today at 6PM ET Live stream. Lewis Nash and myself laying down our fourth stream *Straight Ahead Session from The Nash Arizona. Join in https://thenash.org/joey-defrancesco-and-lewis-nash-sunday-matinees/?fbclid=IwAR17VbUqSONEWbaBPQ1h-c_WwKGY2-xgEyhxf1pGZFQyReO4fK4bI84VLbM

 

Radio Free Birdland proudly presents:

The Ron Carter Quartet

Premiering Saturday March 6th at 7pm & On Demand Through Saturday March 13th

Legendary bassist and NEA Jazz Master Ron Carter -- by some accounts the most recorded jazz bassist in history -- leads his long-time quartet of pianist Renee Rosnes, saxophonist Jimmy Greene, and drummer Payton Crossley through a comprehensive tour of jazz repertoire with which Carter has been associated throughout his career as a leader and member of Miles Davis's groundbreaking 1960's "second quintet."

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Bobby Watson & New Horizon
W/ Warren Wolf, Victor Gould, Curtis Lundy
& Victor Jones


FREE STREAM

Beginning Saturday, March 6th @ 7:30PM EST

72-hour Broadcast
Donations greatly appreciated
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THIS WEEKEND: BOBBY WATSON sits among the pantheon of present-day jazz greats. Don't miss out on a FREE BROADCAST with Bobby Watson, Warren Wolf, Victor Gould, Curtis Lundy & Victor Jones beginning at 7:30pm on Saturday, March 6th! We are streaming this incredible set from Keystone's website, YouTube channel and social media platforms. You will have access to this show through Monday, March 8th.

We are making extensive preparations to re-open with live music and limited capacity indoor dining in the near future. Please stay tuned for further updates soon.
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Bobby Watson Quintet: "Soul Eyes" at Keystone Korner Baltimore (2020)
 
Striking the Right Chord!
Six Legendary Jazz Clubs Host the first ever multi-city East Coast Jazz Festival on 
March 20th, 2021 


Pay-What-You-Wish to Enjoy More Than 60 of the Top Jazz Performers in the World Over Six Hours
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A collection of the most beloved and well-known jazz clubs on the East Coast have banded together for the first multi-city East Coast Jazz Festival, which will take place online on Saturday, March 20th from 5 to 11 p.m. The proprietors of Scullers Jazz Club in Boston, Smalls and Birdland in New York, Chris’ Jazz Café in Philadelphia, Keystone Korner in Baltimore and Blues Alley in Washington, DC began planning this all-virtual jazz fest at the start of 2021, and the music will flow live with some pre-recorded sessions mixed in from six different stages, and will showcase the talents of more than 60 of the most renown and respected jazz talents of our time.
Click Here to Pre-Register
 
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Help keep the lights on and the music alive. To support the indispensable cultural venue of Keystone Korner, please visit our GoFundMe page, share our story, and make a donation today!
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SMOKE SCREENS PRESENTS:THE MELISSA ALDANA QUINTET

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FRIDAY MARCH 12 - SATURDAY MARCH 13 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST

Melissa Aldana (tenor saxophone)
Charles Altura (guitar)
Sullivan Fortner (piano)
Pablo Menares (bass)
Kush Abadey (drums)

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Saturday night Melissa Aldana set was very good. Next week at Smoke, George Coleman.

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Village Vanguard: LET'S CELEBRATE BILL FRISELL'S 70TH BIRTHDAY!

Photo Credit: NY Times Magazine

To mark Bill Frisell's 70th birthday, we're premiering a new trio show featuring Frisell on guitar, Thomas Morgan on bass, and Rudy Royston on drums. The performance will be available starting this Thursday, March 18th, at 8 PM EDT and will be available to stream through the weekend.

The set will primarily be originals except for "We Shall Overcome," the anthem Frisell frequently closes with and which put him #1 on the NY Times Magazine's The Music Issue, which highlights exceptional artists who have gotten us through the past year.

Tickets are $10, available on our website. 

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Honoring Pat Martino - 3/20/21 at 8 PM EST

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Every year we honor a living guitarist/ composer.

March 20th at 8 pm we’ll stream 12 guitarists as we honor one of the great living masters of the guitar, Pat Martino. Five sets of duos will play two of Pat’s compositions:

Adam Rogers and Peter Bernstein
Dave Stryker and Paul Bollenback
Rez Abbasi and Jeff Miles
Oz Noy and Nir Felder
Sheryl Bailey and Ed Cherry
Solo Set by Joel Harrison
And playing solo, special guests Kurt Rosenwinkel

and Howard Paul of Benedetto Guitars

Dezron Douglas and Allan Mednard will be the rhythm section. They will participate on approximately half the pieces, the other half will be all guitar. Chulo Gatewood, who played with Pat, will guest on bass.

We are offering these concerts free. But we ask you, if you can, to please help! There's a donation button when you sign up for the show. All contributions go towards production costs. In addition on 3/20 your contribution will go towards the Pat Martino Go Fund Me Campaign. 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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SMOKE SCREENS PRESENTS: THE GEORGE COLEMAN QUARTET

FRIDAY MARCH 19 - SATURDAY MARCH 20 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST

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George Coleman (tenor saxophone)

Emmet Cohen (piano)

Peter Washington (bass)

Joe Farnsworth (drums)

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5 hours ago, kh1958 said:

SMOKE SCREENS PRESENTS: THE GEORGE COLEMAN QUARTET

FRIDAY MARCH 19 - SATURDAY MARCH 20 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST

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George Coleman (tenor saxophone)

Emmet Cohen (piano)

Peter Washington (bass)

Joe Farnsworth (drums)

So bummed not to see Mabern's name in the piano chair...

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Just watched a live streaming session fro Smoke in NYC. George Coleman, Emmett Cohen, Peter Washington and Joe Farnsworth. The 86 year old George Colman played well and the rhythm section was outstanding. A terrific hour and a half of jazz.

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RADIO FREE BIRDLAND IS PROUD TO PRESENT:

Dave Liebman and Marc Copland

Premiering Thursday March 25th and available on-demand through Thursday April 1st.

NEA Jazz Master® saxophonist Dave Liebman and versatile pianist Marc Copland present a rare duo performance of standards and well-known jazz repertoire. “Liebman is among the most important saxophonists in contemporary music - a leader and artist of integrity and independent direction.” Downbeat Magazine

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Premiere Stream * Music by Dick Hyman, Aaron Copland and Mary Lou Williams

AARON DIEHL, PIANO

Tonight! 7:00 PM CT | 8:00 PM ET

RSVP now and get the link to watch in your email confirmation. Busy tonight? Register and watch on demand for 1 week following the premiere

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Tonight | Tuesday | March 23
7:00 PM CT | 8:00 PM ET
Free | Registration required

Dick Hyman Etudes for Jazz Piano (In the Styles of the Great Jazz Pianists)
Aaron Copland Piano Blues No. 4
Mary Lou Williams Zodiac Suite

☆  ☆  ☆  ☆  ☆  ☆  ☆

"It’s only March, but the “Zodiac Suite,” written in 1945 by the composer and jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams, is already enjoying a momentous 2021," says Sunday's New York Times, and we agree! Regardless of the arrangement, performances of this major work point to "the quality and artistic farsightedness of a musician that Duke Ellington once complimented as being “perpetually contemporary.”"  

 

“While having witnessed and been involved in the early phases of jazz development,” Aaron Diehl says, Williams “continuously challenged audience expectations of who she was — her identity as a Black American woman. She was just as critical a figure as her male colleagues — somebody like Duke Ellington. But she didn’t get the credit she deserved.” Discover this outstanding work tonight!

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I'll be watching that tomorrow, looks interesting

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On 3/17/2021 at 2:52 PM, bresna said:

So bummed not to see Mabern's name in the piano chair...

Emmet's just fine.

BTW, Emmet does a FREE live stream every Monday evening. Trio + good guests.

emmetcohen.com

 

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Vieux Farka Touré

@Vieuxfarkatoure

Can't wait to play a live show with

@sessionslive

on Thursday, April 15th at 8pm ET and a Replay show on Friday, April 16th at 9pm GMT. For tickets to the virtual live stream and more information on the exclusive VIP packages visit: https://linktr.ee/VieuxFarkaToure

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March 27

Roshni Samlal , tabla | Arun Ramamurthy, violin

Kamaljeet Ahluwalia, santoor | Jas Ahluwalia, tabla

Roopa Panesar, sitar

Featuring the work of: Sharmistha Ray and Bishakh Som

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MOKE SCREENS PRESENTS: THE SULLIVAN FORTNER TRIO

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FRIDAY APRIL 2 - SATURDAY APRIL 3 / LIVE STREAMED / 8PM EST

Sullivan Fortner (piano)
Adam Olszewski (bass)
Kayvon Gordon (drums

“Fortner’s remarkable accompaniment helps to bring the song from a dreamlike hush to a dramatic, impressionistic instrumental peak and back.”
– Rolling Stone

Sullivan Fortner leads his trio in two nights of livestreaming concerts. For the past decade, the Grammy Award-winning artist has been stretching his deep-rooted talents seeking connections among different musical styles that are at once deeply soulful and wildly inventive. The New York Times says, “Sullivan Fortner, a pianist born in New Orleans, has an extravagant amount of talent and a hyperactive flow on the keyboard. He mixes chords and crossing patterns and two-handed unison lines, all at a rapid clip. Sometimes he’ll play with both hands right around the center of the instrument, but you’ll swear that he’s using every key. At other times, he really is.”

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APR

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An Evening with Sona Jobarteh

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Sona Jobarteh: A continuing story.

About this Event

 

This documentary will chart the life and career so far of Sona Jobarteh, educational pioneer, dedicated humanitarian, and the first female member of a Griot family to play the traditional West African kora.

 

Sona’s rise to the global attention of music-lovers and politicians alike has been inspired by her single-minded approach to achieving her goal – to bring education, self-respect, awareness and understanding of Gambian tradition, music and culture to the young people of her home country.

 

Now dividing her time between London, her ever expanding academy in The Gambia and the music venues and festivals of the world, Sona’s journey is told in her own words and those who know her the best, including her band members, music journalists and her family.

 

Her music is uniquely poised between the preservation of her rich cultural heritage and an accessible, modern style that relates to the current era and to audiences from all over the world.

 

This film will be screened as part of a unique evening with Sona Jobarteh.

Sona Jobarteh – A Continuing Story will be broadcast as a PPV via a digital platform on Saturday 10 April 2021, along with previously unseen live performances and a hosted live Q&A session.

 

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Date And Time

Sat, 10 April 2021

15:00 – 16:30 CDT

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 Virtual ticket
$12.00
 
Access expires April 4, 2022, 5:30 PM.
Internationally acclaimed composer / saxophonist Tim Garland starts his cinematic Spring Encounter Series by inviting award winning trumpeter Yazz Ahmed, ECM recording artist pianist Kit Downes, and former BBC New Generation artist bass maestro Misha Mullov-Abbado. This is a 45 minute set of contemporary acoustic jazz with lyrical original compositions with influences from Yazz Ahmed's Bahraini background. Tickets include access to a live Q&A immediately following this beautifully filmed and recorded concert. This is the first of five Spring Encounters and Tim Garland Music Ltd wish to thank Arts Council England for their generous support.

https://www.timgarland.com/spring-encounters/

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