Joe Lovano

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    Joe Lovano’s Trio Tapestry—with pianist Marilyn Crispell and drummer Carmen Castaldi—perform Nov. 13 at Guimarães Jazz in Guimarães, Portugal.

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    Robert Glasper (foreground) and Herbie Hancock in a scene from the documentary Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes.

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    Egberto Gismonti flew to New York from his home in Brazil for ECM Records at 50, a Nov. 1 and 2 celebration of the imprint at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York.

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    Fifty years ago, Manfred Eicher co-founded Edition of Contemporary Music, better known as ECM, and has issued more than 1,600 titles spanning jazz and classical sounds.

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    Joe Lovano’s new ensemble, Universal Jazz Ensemble, premiered in the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Oct. 18.

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    The sound of pianist Marilyn Crispell changed following a trip to a festival in Stockholm: “I heard them playing stuff that really, really touched me.”

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    Terence Blanchard performs with his E-Collective ensemble during the Umbria Jazz Festival, which ran July 11–21 in Perugia, Italy.

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    James Francies arranged a version of Rufus’ “Ain’t Nobody” for his debut album, which was met with approval from the song’s original singer, Chaka Khan.

    A New Golden Age of Pianists

    Jazz pianism today stands at an apex.

    There have been other moments in the music’s history when innovation rushed…

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    “It’s a blessing to be within this legacy of the music,” Joe Lovano says.

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    Ingrid Jensen stands for a solo during a Feb. 15 performance of the Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra at St. Mark’s Anglican Church in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Ontario, during the second Oscar Peterson International Jazz Festival.

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    Saxophonist and 2018 Kennedy Center Honoree Wayne Shorter delivers a speech Dec. 1 at a State Department dinner in Washington, D.C.

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    Enrico Rava (left) and Joe Lovano perform at JAZZMI in Milan, Italy.

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    Jimmy Heath (left), Joshua Redman and Branford Marsalis perform a tribute to saxophone icon Sonny Rollins at this year’s Monterey Jazz Festival, held Sept. 15–17 in California.

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    John Abercrombie (1944–2017)

    Remembering John Abercrombie

    As a tribute to guitarist John Abercrombie, who died Aug. 22, DownBeat has posted the following feature, “The Moment…

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    Nicholas Payton (left), Esperanza Spalding and Terri Lyne Carrington perform in a tribute to pianist Geri Allen at the Village Vanguard in New York.

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    Matt Wilson’s new album Honey And Salt will be released August 25 on Palmetto Records.

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    Ambrose Akinmusire will release A Rift In Decorum: Live At The Village Vanguard (Blue Note) on June 9.

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    David Hazeltine (left), Todd Coolman, Eric Wyatt, Jimmy Heath, Joe Lovano, Ravi Coltrane, James Carter, James Brandon Lewis, (not seen, Victor Lewis on drums).

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    George Cables (left) and Joe Lovano take part in a tribute concert to vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson on Jan. 28 in New York City. Hutcherson, who died in August 2016, would have turned 76 this year.

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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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    Zakir Hussain (center, with tabla) performs with members of the Kronos Quartet members David Harrington (left), John Sherba, Hank Dutt and Sunny Yang at SFJAZZ in San Francisco on Jan. 18.

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    Joe Lovano (left) and Chucho Valdés (seen here in a publicity photo) performed at Birdland in New York Nov. 22–27.

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    Lewis Nash (left), Joe Lovano, George Mraz and Hank Jones at the Newport Jazz Festival in Newport, Rhode Island, on August 14, 2005.

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    Joe Lovano (left), Peter Slavov, Beragmo Jazz Artistic Director Dave Douglas and Lamy Estrefi perform at the Bergamo Jazz Festival on March 18

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    John Scofield (left) and Joe Lovano perform material from their album Past Present (Impulse!) at SPACE in Evanston, Illinois, on Feb. 5

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    Trumpeter Wynton Marsalis (foreground), bassist Christian McBride and drummer Joe Farnsworth perform at the Jazz Legends for Disability Pride concert on Jan. 14 in New York (Photo: Deirdre Bird Rose)


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