These are the best jazz shows in NYC in February.
These are the best jazz shows in NYC this month.
Will any of the dancers make a permanent leap? Plus, summer dance picks.
Yo La Tengo and David Cross appear on Emily Hubleys latest
The far-reaching legacy of clarinet maestro Alvin Batiste
Some of today's best jazz strikes purists as not sounding like jazz at all
Avant innovators rescue standards, pop overtures, and plantation lullabies
Upstart local Jewish musicians weave a coat of many colors
Albert Ayler met Paul Gonsalves and Sonny Rollins's saxophone lineage was re-established
Craig Harris meets W.E.B. DuBois and together they recreate two magnificent traditions
Jazz tributes foreground Beefheart's primitivist dada and Miles Davis's existential quack
Two approaches to the dawning problem of expanding jazz repertoire, one of them novel
In spite of some silent heroes, it was a better year for recorded jazz than for the planet
Hippies, Jazzbos, and Beat Junkies Build One Nation Under a Mutant Groove
The Best Jazz Records of 2001
Uri Caine at the Turn of Another Century
Jazz Mainstays Boost The Voltage
JVC 2000 Looks Backward
From Old Russia to Dance Heaven
Ten to Live With While Waiting for Godot
Exploring New Mother Tounges