Dianne Reeves

Elected to the Hall of Fame
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Dianne Reeves's news entries:

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    Chick Corea’s Trilogy, which also includes bassist Christian McBride and drummer Brian Blade, are set to play the 2019/20 Symphony Center Presents Jazz series in Chicago on Nov. 1.

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    Kenny Barron will release a three-disc set of duets with the late Mulgrew Miller on Oct. 18. The 76-year-old pianist and bandleader also has a trio project in the works with bassist Dave Holland and drummer Johnathan Blake.

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    Dianne Reeves, seen here at the 2012 San Jose Jazz Summer Fest, returns to the festival this year.

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    Vocalist Gregory Porter performs at the Funchal Jazz Festival, which ran July 11-13, in Madeira, an archipelago southwest of Portugal.

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    Chucho Valdes (left), Omara Portuondo and Dianne Reeves each performed during the Jan. 31 SFJAZZ Gala at the the SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco.

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    Pat Metheny (left), Joanne Brackeen, Todd Barkan, bassist Christian McBride, singer Angelique Kidjo, Dianne Reeves and guitarist Nir Felder at the 2018 NEA Jazz Masters Tribute Concert on April 16 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

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    The 2018 class of NEA Jazz Masters includes Dianne Reeves, Todd Barkan, Joanne Brackeen and Pat Metheny.

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    Diane Reeves (left), Dee Dee Bridgewater and Esperanza Spalding pay homage to Abbey Lincoln during a tribute performance held in honor of the late singer at Jazz at Lincoln Center on May 6.

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    Dave Liebman (left) and Joe Lovano pay tribute to their friend and colleague, the late Michael Brecker, at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Jan. 25.

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    Vocalist Dianne Reeves is the recipient of a 2016 USA Fellowship Award.

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    Dee Dee Bridgewater (left) Esperanza Spalding, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, President Obama and Kurt Elling celebrate International Jazz Day in Washington, D.C., April 29.

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