These are the best jazz shows in NYC in July.
For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
Winter Jazzfest It grows and grows. The 10th anniversary Winter Jazzfest spans five nights (Jan. 7-11), nine venues and over 90 bands. There'll be three standalone concerts and two back-to-back marathons (6pm-4am) with hugely impressive lineups. A quick glimpse reveals the names Gary Bartz, Darcy Ja ... More >>
For more shows throughout the weekend, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which is updated daily.
Those flower pots aren't going to replace themselves. Photo by Rebecca SmeyneIn the week that 25,000 people converged on a South Street Seaport venue meant for only about 10,000, were denied a free Drake concert, and promptly began rioting, we dodged metal chairs, watched as Police Commission ... More >>
Bernie Worrell and SociaLybrium doing "Super Stupid" a few days back Undead Jazzfest (Le) Poisson Rouge/Kenny's Castaways/Sullivan Hall Saturday, June 12 Just as the Vision Festival furthers its avant brand with smaller annual productions, the Winter Jazzfest braintrust expanded its reach this pa ... More >>
Roswell Rudd has my favorite of the snapshots collected hereEarly January's Winter Jazzfest, a two-night, multi-venue fete that lured thousands of folks into Greenwich Village to see dozens of downtown-jazz stalwarts (Voice poll darlings Vijay Iyer and Darcy James Argue were among the star at ... More >>
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Every year, 327 cities around the world arrange to simultaneously celebrate the first day of summer. So on Sunday, Make Music New York sponsors 800 free performances spanning all five boroughs. The most appropriately superlative event is at the Guggenheim, where 80 trombonists will line the museum' ... More >>
via fogindex's photostreamFriday night brought about the first ever staging of composer Terry Riley's epochal "In C" on the Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall, a celebration of the 40th anniversary of its release on long-playing LP in the late 60s. From "In C"'s debut on, Riley's humble, infinitely var ... More >>
Echoes of Basie, Mingus, Tyner, etc., with chops and abstractions all their own
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As the forces of evil descend on our embattled city, clear, bright notes in the N.Y. wilderness
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Crouch, Jazz & the All-American Skin Game
Martial Solal Sets the Standard
Bill Charlap's Trio Play the Melody and Listen to Each Other
Uri Caine at the Turn of Another Century
Jazz Mainstreams Into Fall
Dancing to the Down, the Dirty, and Dave Douglas
Get a Move On
Jazz Competes With Its Past, Settles for the Hard Sell
Kicking Off Fall With a Spirit Journey
JVC 2000 Looks Backward
From Silence to the Wildest Sound
Ten to Live With While Waiting for Godot
Trisha Brown Dialogues With Music