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These are the 10 best jazz shows in NYC this week.
These are the best Jazz shows in the city this month, in no particular order. See Also: - Ten Jazz Album To Hear Before You Die - Ten (More) Jazz Albums To Hear Before You Die - Ten Free Jazz Albums To Hear Before You Die
These are the best jazz shows in the city this week.
For the next two weeks, the Voice's film critics will be offering daily looks at the movies at this year's new York Film Festival. This morning, Nick Schager dishes about two worthwhile documentaries off the Main Slate: Room 237, that copyright-braving examination of the complexities of The Shinin ... More >>
In some ways, the Friday before last looked like business as usual at Colony Records, the venerable Theater District music-and-sheet-music retailer that recently announced its impending closing after 64 years of operation. At the counter, Warren Tesoro, an employee for 25 years, asked a middle-aged ... More >>
A Celebration of the Wonderful World Of Phoebe Jacobs Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center Thursday, May 24 The voice that filled Rose Hall first at the Thursday afternoon memorial for Phoebe Jacobs was Jacobs's own. There was her face, too, projected on a large screen in a first-tier box. It all mi ... More >>
An evening with the Anderson Twins
His extraordinary humility aside, pianist Hank Jones had an extraordinary career: He played with everyone from Ella Fitzgerald to Charlie Parker to Benny Goodman, and after a late-career resurgence in which he finally deigned to bask a bit in the spotlight, he was recording critically lauded album ... More >>
Alternative link here. The answer to the third of the three questions in yesterday's teaser quiz was The Newbeats, whose song "Bread and Butter" easily made it onto either the 10 Best or Runners-Up lists, but which one? Listen to this Youtube clip and see if can figure out in which position ... More >>
A weekend to celebrate the day the music started
Innovation reigns, from 36-CD retrospectives to the Hüsker Dü of free jazz
Lionel Hampton brazenly guides jazz's evolution
Can we take that from the top, kids?
Arts centers, classical-music organizations, and other non-jazz outposts fuel new music
The angstiest wigga alive exercises privilege, bears cross, rallies flock, begs forgiveness
Guitarists Bill Frisell and Charlie Hunter both do their level best to bring jazz up to 1995
Envoi; Aloha, Au Revoir, Auf Wiedersehen; Adiós Amigos; I'm Checkin' Out, Goombye
Wardell Gray's Princely Lament
Alfred Appel Connects the Moderns
Sallie Wilson Follows in Anthony Tudor's Footsteps
A Bounty of Chestnuts and Gift Boxes
After 75 Years Onstage, a Well-Earned Rest
Piano Man Jason Moran Breathes Soul Into Jazz
How Not to Broaden the Jazz Canvas
Sonny Stitt and Bobby Hackett Survive the Marketplace
Sometimes You Want It AllBut Usually You Dont
JVC 2000 Looks Backward
Bell Meets (Is?) Big Brother
How Mildred Bailey Helped Define Jazz Singing
100 Years of Ragged Beats and Cheap Tunes
Compiled by Ginger Adams Otis
A Revival Tries To Make History of Its Own