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  • A Jazz Pianist Considers Fidel Castro’s Music Education Legacy 11.30.16

    Harold Lopez-Nussa hopes increased exchange between Cuban and American musicians can continue. "I have a lot of hope about this approach," he says. "It will be better for all of us." You can hear Harold Lopez-Nussa's training when he plays. The 33-year-old pianist is reluctant to admit the classical influence on his jazz playing, but he's quick to acknowledge that he, like many other great Cuban pianists, was classically trained.

  • Christian McBride Celebrates James Brown, the Godfather of Soul 11.27.16

    In the mid ‘90s when he was a young, frisky jazz guy from Philadelphia who was taking New York by storm, bassist Christian Scott talked to me for an article in Strings magazine about some of his heroes. On the jazz bass tip, he singled out Ray Brown, who embraced the youngster’s talent, and Ron Carter, who was, let’s say, not as enthusiastic and even mean-spirited.

  • How Newark became one of the greatest jazz cities in the world 11.15.16

    A year before he died in 1977, the blind jazz genius Rahsaan Roland Kirk inspired an impromptu parade in Newark. One minute he was playing the downtown club Sparky J’s. The next he was leading his band, pied-piper-like, across the street to the Key Club, a different nightspot, while still making music on one of the three saxes he was known to play in unison and in harmony.

  • Oprah catches up with Philly’s Kevin Eubanks on ‘Where Are They Now?’ 11.13.16

    In a particularly timely testimony, Eubanks, who was inducted onto the Philadelphia Music Alliance’s prestigious Walk of Fame in 2010, observes that the short walk across the stage before a nationally televised interview on a late-night talk show can be a borderline out-of-body experience, even for someone with years of experience appearing before the public.

  • Jonathan Butler At Yoshi’s 11.09.16

    Butler and company opened the set with blistering instrumental rhythms along with his energized vocalese style. The receptive house quickly got into the funky robust groove with jubilant head nodding. Butler performed a song co-written with imminent bassist Marcus Miller to celebrate late bassist (and retired NBA player) Wayman Tisdale. He talked about how early in his career when he met the band members of the Yellowjackets, a group that was a major influence for him. 

  • A Night at the Kazbah show: How Lagos jazz lovers defied rain to keep date with Jonathan Butler 10.31.16

    It was not the first time, Jonathan Butler performed in Nigeria. But last weekend’s performance was something out of the ordinary. The jazz fusion guitarist and Grammy nominee took the audience to another realm, performing hit songs after hit. It was a night of oldies and jazz music at its best. 

  • Harold López-Nussa’s Afro-Cuban Sound 10.24.16

    "It’s both an indictment of the communist system’s failures in Cuba and a testament to its successes that the nation’s most consequential exports are doctors and pianists. The U.S. isn’t directly affected by the island’s medical missions, but the American jazz scene would sound very different without a steady flow of outrageous keyboard talent arriving from Cuba." Acclaimed Cuban pianist Harold López-Nussa brings his Afro-Cuban Latin jazz — and view of the world — to our studio.

  • Christian McBride to Receive Bruce Lundvall Visionary Award from Jazz Connect Conference 10.18.16

    On January 5, 2017, the Jazz Connect Conference will present bassist, bandleader, educator, and advocate Christian McBride with the Bruce Lundvall Visionary Award. The Jazz Connect Conference created the Bruce Lundvall Visionary Award in 2014 in honor of the esteemed jazz record executive who was a champion and advocate for so many jazz artists over the last four decades. 

  • Rising Cuban Jazz Star Shines at Old Lyme Jazz Club 10.12.16

    Cuban pianist Harold Lopez-Nussa’s new, celebratory album, El Viaje (The Voyage) surges with such an abundance of inspiring exuberance, pyrotechnical brilliance, fiery passion, luminous lyricism, rhythmic propulsion and crackling keyboard clarity that you just can’t believe the phenomenal, 30-year-old virtuoso from Havana when he confesses that he was “terrified and a bit shaky” when taking his first giant steps from classical music to jazz.

  • Jonathan Butler And D’Angelico Guitars Partner To Inspire Musicians; Award Custom-Made Instruments 10.10.16

    Inspired by his love for music and the power it has to change lives, Grammy® Award-Nominated Rendezvous Music Recording Artist Jonathan Butler is teaming up with world famous guitar company D'Angelico Guitars to present their custom-made instruments to musicians of all ages committed to excellence in their craft.

  • Top Picks: ‘MONK’estra, Vol. 1,’ WBUR’s ‘Kind World’ podcast, and more [News Hub] 10.10.16

    The Kind World podcast from WBUR is sure to make your day a little brighter. The podcast tells stories about people who have been affected in a positive way by others. John Beasley orchestrates a 15-piece big band of Los Angeles’s finest jazz musicians. MONK’estra, Vol. 1 is, as the man himself might say, a gas.

  • Review: A Safe Start to Alan Gilbert’s Final Season With the Philharmonic 10.03.16

    The acclaimed jazz pianist and composer Aaron Diehl played an animated and uncommonly sensitive account of Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F. The New York Symphony Society, which merged with the Philharmonic in 1928, gave the premiere of this concerto in 1925 with Gershwin at the piano, so, officially the orchestra can claim premiership.

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