Monthly Archives: May 2010

June in Buffalo

June in Buffalo gives you a reason to head to Buffalo NY this week. Presented by the Department of Music and The Robert and Carol Morris Center for 21st Century Music, June in Buffalo, a festival and conference dedicated to … Continue reading

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All About Jazz Reviews

David S. Ware via From Nicole Mitchell’s Sonic Projections Emerald Hills (Rogueart Records) Reviewed by Lyn Horton Bushman’s Revenge Jitterbug (Rune Grammofon) Reviewed by John Kelman Keefe Jackson Keefe Jackson and Aram Shelton: Seeing You See and Two … Continue reading

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Umbrella Music Through June 13

From Chicago’s Umbrella Music: Wednesday, 2 June 2010 The Hideout 10:00PM | Leimgruber/Hug/Lonberg-Holm/Demierre/Mallozzi Urs Leimgruber – reeds Charlotte Hug – viola Fred Lonberg-Holm – cello Jacques Demierre – piano Lou Mallozzi – turntables two sets $10 cover PLUS | DJ … Continue reading

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The upcoming Vision Festival is previewed. The New York Times reviews a new recording of Steve Lacy‘s final solo concert. The Rempis / Rosaly duo will be playing Madison, Wisconsin this week. Open Ears Music has a free download of … Continue reading

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Coming to RUCMA

Cover of Interstellar Space From NY’s RUCMA series : This Week May 31: Evolving Voice & Music’s 2d Annual Tribute to John Coltrane‘s Interstellar Space! Four Sax & Drums Duos! 7PM – Satoshi Takeishi & Michael Attias Michael Attias – … Continue reading

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Free Jazz Blog Reviews

From Free Jazz: SATURDAY, MAY 29, 2010 Jesse Stacken – Magnolia (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2010) ***½ John Hébert Trio – Spiritual Lovers (Clean Feed, 2010) ***½ Bernardo Sassetti Trio – Motion (Clean Feed, 2010) ***½ Sophia Domancich & Raphaël … Continue reading

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Sonomu Reviews

From Sonomu: Alio Die & Martina Galvagni, Eleusian Lullaby (Projekt) The weightless drift of ambient music has always been a natural setting for an ethereal, wordless vocalist. Make that ”female vocalist”. For ambient is somehow a most feminine genre. Two … Continue reading

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