Daily Archives: November 2, 2012

ZS Fall Tour

From ZS and Northern Spy: Beginning with a November 25th NYC show at the Bowery Electric, Zs head out on the road for a fall tour which includes dates in Baltimore, DC, Chicago Oberlin, Toronto, Montreal, and Boston. It was … Continue reading

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Edgefest to make jazz accessible with non-traditional sounds

The ongoing Ann Arbor Edgefest is profiled in The Michigan Daily: Sixteen years ago, Kerrytown Concert House staffer David Lynch founded Edgefest, a festival dedicated to bringing forward-thinking jazz artists to the Ann Arbor area. The first concert was performed … Continue reading

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5 New Directions In Jazz Evolution

NPR’s A Blog Supreme has an interesting take on where jazz is going. So what about today? What new strains are emerging from jazz? And who is forging the new boundaries, exploring unexamined territories of this music? The answer to … Continue reading

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Taylor Ho Bynum Interview

From New Music Circle: THB: The juxtaposition (and blurring) of composition and improvisation is one of my primary interests as an artist. I want to improvise with how we implement the pre-composed materials, and apply compositional instincts to how we … Continue reading

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Jazz Listings From The New York Times

From NYTimes.com: Duo Baars-Henneman (Tuesday) This exploratory Dutch duo — Ab Baars, who plays tenor saxophone, clarinet and shakuhachi (a Japanese flute), and Ig Henneman, a violist — are concluding a three-week United States tour in support of “Autumn Songs,” … Continue reading

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Dusted Reviews

From Dusted: Artist: Evan Caminiti Album: Dreamless Sleep Label: Thrill Jockey Artist: David Virelles Album: Continuum Label: Pi Recordings Artist: Charles Mingus Album: The Jazz Workshop Concerts: 1964-65 Label: Mosaic Select Artist: Andy Stott Album: Luxury Problems Label: Modern Love … Continue reading

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