Daily Archives: January 14, 2013

Newsbits: More Winter Jazzfest Reviews / Insubordinations Releases / David S. Ware Memorial Photos / Dunmall, Park, and Sanders Release / Gordon Beeferman Performance

The New York Times reviews Kneebody and Colin Stetson at the Winter Jazzfest. The Insubordinations netlabel has new releases from Abdul Moimême and Queixas. Burning Ambulance has posted a bunch of pictures from the David S. Ware memorial. A free … Continue reading

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String Quartet ETHEL in 2013

ETHEL‘s schedule for early ’13 has been updated. Note that the dates are not in order. ETHEL, along with the Australian ensemble, Speak Percussion, and the [kāj] ensemble will be in residence together at The Brooklyn College, with performances at … Continue reading

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Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri, February 9th, New York

This concert will take place at the Douglass Street Music Collective: A Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri Saturday, February 9, 2013, 8pm What: A Concert to Celebrate the Life of Joe Maneri When: Thursday, February 9, 2013, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Cage: Beyond Silence Shows

From Cage: Beyond Silence: 1/16 2:00pm MUSIC IN THE GALLERIES WITH THE CUNNINGHAM COMPANY EXTENDED LULLABIES Either/OR Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art More Info 1/18 8:00pm CONCERT WORKS FOR PERCUSSION Curtis 20/21 Location: Lenfest Hall, Curtis Institute of Music More … Continue reading

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All About Jazz Reviews

From All About Jazz: Mats Gustafsson Stones (Rune Grammofon) Paal Nilssen-Love Close Encounters Of The Skronky Kind Jeff Davis Leaf House (Fresh Sound New Talent) Joe Morris Graffiti In Two Parts (Rogue Art) The Charles Gayle Trio Look Up (ESP … Continue reading

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Ninth Annual Winter Jazzfest, Full Review

From NYTimes.com: The event is built of new or recent projects, just about entirely, and most jazz festivals can’t support that. (Jazz audiences can take a while to recognize new things and longer to love them.) It has become a … Continue reading

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