These are the best jazz shows in NYC in March.
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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 >>
Winter JazzFest gets bigger
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Duke meets Jacko
The adventurous Ten headlines the Voice's Fifth Annual Jazz Critics' Poll
Living legends and budding artistes alike break out, rise up, and move beyond
A cross-section of young/old and avant/traditional gets drunk on everything
Matthew Shipp and some intense font action adorn the inaugural cover of Burning Ambulance, a new arts-journal enterprise from friend-of-SOTC Phil Freeman and other fine, adventurous scribes (Kurt Gottschalk, Matt Cibula, Stephen Haynes, and Phil Nugent) tackling some fine, adventurous subject ... More >>
Album of the year, reissue of the year, best debut, and more
Historicity and records from other fresh faces take our 2009 jazz poll
New releases, reissues, debuts, and moreeach critic's picks
Our greatest tenor man began with Ayler and Gonsalves and kept going
Black journalism in the pages of the 'Voice'
Two guys named Dave walk into a record company and ask for their own distribution deals
In spite of some silent heroes, it was a better year for recorded jazz than for the planet
They're miles ahead of the competition, and the hip thing should be to dig both of them
Why Jazz and Pop Don't Make the Cut
Is It Good for Fort Greene?
The Best Jazz Records of 2001
Cures for the Twilight Zone
The Avant-Gardes Tireless Trumpeter Goes Out Swinging