Tony Minvielle and Robbie Vincent to host new Sunday shows on Jazz FM

We are introducing a new look to our Sunday daytime schedule Tony Minvielle (L) and Robbie Vincent (R)Author: Alastair SteelPublished 22nd Mar 2021Last updated 22nd Mar 2021 Jazz FM is to introduce a new look to Sundays that sees an exciting new daytime slot for broadcaster Tony Minvielle and the return of Robbie Vincentto a regular show. Having … Sigue leyendo Tony Minvielle and Robbie Vincent to host new Sunday shows on Jazz FM

Book Project From New Orleans Jazz Museum Chronicles Drum Tradition

APRIL 5, 2021by: OFFBEAT MAGAZINE0 COMMENTS The New Orleans Jazz Museum has launched a fundraiser to complete a companion book to the exhibition Drumsville: Evolution of the New Orleans Beat. The exhibition opened on November 8, 2018, in celebration of both International Drum Month and the New Orleans Tricentennial. Drumsville! explores the role of percussion and rhythm in … Sigue leyendo Book Project From New Orleans Jazz Museum Chronicles Drum Tradition

Bob Porter, Eminent Producer, Broadcaster and Writer, and Pillar of WBGO, Has Died at 80

WBGO | By Nate Chinen Bob Porter at the WBGO Champions of Jazz Gala, at Jazz at Lincoln Center, on May 1, 2018. Bob Porter, a prolific record producer and heralded jazz and blues authority whose voice has been heard continuously on the air at WBGO since its earliest signal in 1979, died on Saturday at … Sigue leyendo Bob Porter, Eminent Producer, Broadcaster and Writer, and Pillar of WBGO, Has Died at 80

International Jazz Day. 10th Anniversary

So stimulating it to see what you create for International Jazz Day. In 2019 in Alginet, Spain the Ximo Tebar Africa Jazz Dance Big Band stimulated their in-person audience and the world with their performance. How are you planning to commemorate #JazzDay10? Please let us know by joining the world map at jazzday.com/register and send your posters to outreach@jazzday.com … Sigue leyendo International Jazz Day. 10th Anniversary

The Brubecks, jazz and the fight for justice

The Brubeck family of musicians has a long history in South Africa. They supported the cultural boycott during apartheid and started the jazz programme at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. By: Sandile Ngidi - 4 Mar 2021 July 1979: The Dave Brubeck Quartet play at London’s Alexandra Palace with Dave Brubeck on piano, Jerry Bergonzi on tenor … Sigue leyendo The Brubecks, jazz and the fight for justice

The Montreux Jazz Festival travels to China

The first edition of the Montreux Jazz Festival China will take place in Hangzhou, in the province of Zhejiang, from 5 to 8 October 2021.  This new Festival licence will offer an eclectic programme on the theme “When West Meets East”, combining Chinese and Asian music and of course jazz, which has been enjoying a … Sigue leyendo The Montreux Jazz Festival travels to China

Jazzahead!, The World’s Largest International Jazz Trade Fair, Will Take Place Again In 2021 – Digitally

Showcase Festival concerts will take place - Canada confirmed as partner country for 2022 Under the motto “Close together from afar", the Jazzahead! organisers announce that they intend to implement large parts of the 15th jazz trade fair virtually. The dates will be Thursday 29 April to Sunday, 2 May 2021. These changes primarily affect the trade … Sigue leyendo Jazzahead!, The World’s Largest International Jazz Trade Fair, Will Take Place Again In 2021 – Digitally

Glasgow-based saxophonist Matt Carmichael releases “where will the river flow”

WRITTEN BY ROB ADAMS|  MARCH 5, 2021 jazzineurope.mfmmedia.nl Glasgow-based saxophonist Matt Carmichael releases his first album, Where Will the River Flow on Friday, March 12, 2021. The BBC Young Jazz Musician 2020 finalist, who is due to graduate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland this summer, recorded the album just before the Covid-19 pandemic took hold last … Sigue leyendo Glasgow-based saxophonist Matt Carmichael releases “where will the river flow”

Spanish jazz guitarist Ximo Tebar new teacher at UCLA music faculty

The position brings experience and expertise in the fusion of jazz with world music Ximo Tébar, guitarist, producer, composer and music educator, and winner of numerous national and international awards, has been appointed professor of global jazz and music studies at the Herb Alpert School of Music at UCLA. His teaching will focus on advanced … Sigue leyendo Spanish jazz guitarist Ximo Tebar new teacher at UCLA music faculty

Ernie Orts Jazz Discography

Nace en Villareal 1963. Realiza estudios superiores en España y Francia. Destacan los conciertos en el Auditori de Barcelona y en el Centro de Arte Reina Sofía de Madrid. Participa en el XI International La Villette Jazz Festival (París), y actua en la Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania y en el Deer Head Club bajo la dirección … Sigue leyendo Ernie Orts Jazz Discography