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.
These are the best jazz shows in NYC this month.
See also: Ten Jazz Albums to Hear Before You Die
The leaves are falling, but jazz music will be sticking around a while longer. Here's a list of shows happening in the city we think you'll enjoy.
Let's get small
Coltrane totally slays on thisSo last week, our fearless and/or hapless panel of rock critics finally knocked one out of the park, proving a whopping 68 percent of writers can name all three members of Sleater-Kinney. Our seven-week parade of humiliation finally turned to a brief moment of jo ... More >>
Options abound for fans of all inclinations and bank accounts
The guitar vet rages with the machine on Orchestrion
Album of the year, reissue of the year, best debut, and more
In 2009, the traditional practice of exchanging physical copies of records for money is a trade that might best be called quixotic. But New Yorkers are stubborn people, and the record store is not dead. Below, the top ten records that sold in the last week at a store near you. Scott FriedlanderMich ... More >>
Talents old and new throw stuff against the wall and see what sticks
This year's finisher's
With all the ballots counted, our decidedly un-macho Jazz Poll finally finds its headline
Alice Coltrane's legacy boldly mingles the spiritual with the musical
All the Hancock you need in four easy installments
Learning the real-world lessons of the jazz musician's life in a university setting
Gypsies and Jews, Afro-Cubans and avant-gardists, led by two smashing piano players
Brad Mehldau gets over himself with assists from Monk, Cole Porter, and a saxophone
John Abercrombie and Louis Sclavis fill those redolent silences between the phrases
Bassist gets everything perfect: Freshness, vitality, jazz
Roy Haynes and Max Roach Master Time
Looking for Uncle Jazz at the 2002 JVC Something-or-Other Festival
Joe Maneri Turns 75; Nick Brignola 19362002
Sing Along With the JVC All-Stars
In Search of a Cool-Blue Note
The Best New Jazz CDs of the Year of Louis and Miles
The One Youve Been Waiting For