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Blue Note Jazz Festival, Helen Sung Quartet, and more lead a great month for live jazz
These are the best jazz shows in NYC in June.
For more shows throughout the week, check out our New York Concert Calendar, which we update daily.
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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.
Here are the 10 best concerts around the city this weekend, in no particular order.
Here are the 10 best shows to check out around the city this week, in no particular order.
See also: Ten Jazz Albums to Hear Before You Die
These are the 10 best concerts in NYC this week.
The Bad Plus hit the Village Vanguard
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
The 2011 edition of Da Capo's annual anthology Best Music Writing which this year was guest edited by The New Yorker classical writer and The Rest Is Noise author Alex Ross; Daphne Carr has been the series editor since 2006contains 32 essays and is augmented by a a jumbo-sized "Other N ... More >>
Jazz lost an icon, and the New York City scene a fixture, last week, when drummer Paul Motian died from complications with myelodysplastic syndrome, a blood and bone marrow disorder. Motian's career stretched back over six decades, but his name had been inextricably linked with the famed haunt the ... More >>
A radio promo man's latest small label brings out the best in two overlooked veterans
Free-jazz icon meets avant-pop inheritors across a state line
Two jazz quartets flex through two autumn nights in two boroughs
A piano trio whose fundamental aesthetic is irreverentget it, coppers, irreverent?
Adams, Bartók, Bernstein, and the Bad Plus grab two dancemakers by the ears and heart
Morris and Yokoshi Transform Material From Many Cultures
Sallie Wilson Follows in Anthony Tudor's Footsteps
The Bad Plus's Equilateral Chamber Jazz
Iverson, Iyer, and Moran Go It Alone at the Jazz Standard
Piano Man Jason Moran Breathes Soul Into Jazz
Bill Charlap's Trio Play the Melody and Listen to Each Other
A Missive to Paris From a Visitor to the New World
Classics, New Wine, and Homemade Brew
An Anniversary Season, a Return Visit, and a New York Debut
Recollecting Family Histories