Terri Lyne Carrington

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    Whether riffing on his latest album, his dynastic jazz family, his formative experiences in Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers, his teaching experiences, his interest in science or his love of sports, Branford Marsalis speaks his truth.

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    Ted Nash revisits Bernstein and Sondheim for Somewhere Else: Songs From West Side Story.

    2019: The Year’s Top-Rated Albums

    The list below is a round up of the 5-, 4.5- and 4-star reviews that ran in print editions of DownBeat during 2019. If…

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    Drummer and bandleader Terri Lyne Carrington’s latest recording, Waiting Game, reflects a multiplicity of sonic concepts—r&b, jazz and hip-hop among them.

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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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    Terri Lyne Carrington’s Waiting Game is set for release Nov. 8 on Motéma Music.

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    Bassist and composer Marcus Shelby says his career has been shaped by performers and institutions in the Bay Area.

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    Sunny Sumter, DC Jazz Festival executive director, speaks Wednesday at The Pillsbury Law Firm Conference Center in Washington D.C., detailing the event’s programing.

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    Kassa Overall’s leader debut is titled Go Get Ice Cream And Listen To Jazz.

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    Lewis Porter, whose new album is titled Solo Piano, is in a prolific phase of his career.

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    “There are plenty of guys who would vote for a woman president before hiring a woman in their band,” Terri Lyne Carrington said.

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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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    Tia Fuller’s most recent album is Diamond Cut (Mack Avenue).

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    Dave McMurray (left), Esperanza Spalding, Ravi Coltrane and Terri Lyne Carrington pay tribute to the late Geri Allen at the 2018 Detroit Jazz Festival.

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    Pharoah Sanders performs June 10 at City Winery during the DC Jazz Festival in Washington, D.C.

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    Violinist Regina Carter is the artistic director of New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s fifth annual all-female jazz residency.

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    Vibraphonist Roy Ayers performs last year in Pittsburgh.

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    Pianist Chick Corea is the artist-in-residence for the 39th annual Detroit Jazz Festival.

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    Pianist Ethan Iverson played Geri Allen’s “For John Malachi” at Portland’s Winningstad Theatre during the Biamp PDX Jazz Festival.

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    Trumpeter Ingrid Jensen performs at the star-filled tribute to Geri Allen at Winter Jazzfest in New York.

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    Lee Konitz (left) and Dan Tepfer perform at the Charlie Parker Festival in New York City’s Marcus Garvey Park on Aug. 26.

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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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    Christian McBride (foreground) and Questlove (background) perform in The Philadelphia Experiment at the Newport Jazz Festival on Aug. 6.

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    Drummer Terri Lyne Carrington (left) leads her band at the venue Warmdaddy’s on April 24 as part of the inaugural Philadelphia Jazz Festival.

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    Orrin Evans is among the headliners scheduled to perform at the Philadelphia Jazz Festival, which runs April 23–30.

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    Amina Claudine Myers performs at The New School’s 12th Street Auditorium on Jan. 6 during Winter Jazzfest.

    WJF Artists Address Social Justice

    For all its eminence on the New York scene—the first jazz festival of the year, with over 150 acts across a dozen…

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    The Mary Lou Williams Festival in Washington, D.C., honors the late singer and pianist, pictured here, who died in 1981.

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    Ron Carter will serve as artist-in-residence of the 2016 Detroit Jazz Festival, which takes place Sept. 2–5 in downtown Detroit. (Photo: Fortuna Sung)



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