Kurt Gottschalk


Kurt Gottschalk's news entries:

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    Tony Buck (left), Chris Abrahams and Lloyd Swanton are the Necks, an Australian trio that performed a marathon residency at the Issue Project Room in New York City on Feb. 23–25.
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    Gary Lucas (center, on stage) performs a live soundtrack to a screening of Too Much Johnson, a silent film by Orson Welles that was thought to have been abandoned by the director in 1938 and rediscovered in 2013.
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    Wynton Marsalis performs during a tribute to author and theoretician Albert Murray on Nov. 28 at the 92nd Street Y in New York.
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    Sirius Quartet
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    Mary Halvorson wrote the arrangements and lyrics for songs performed by Code Girl, a new band that performed at the Jazz Gallery during the weekend of June 10–11.
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    Code Girl is a new vocal ensemble that performs songs by Mary Halvorson (pictured). The group appeared at the Jazz Gallery June 10–11.
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    Hamiet Bluiett (left) and Bob Stewart perform during the Vision Festival at Judson Memorial Church in Manhattan on June 11.
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    Kamasi Washington (left) and Ryan Porter perform at Where Spaceways Meet: A Night of Spiritual Jazz, part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival in Brooklyn on May 8.
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    Roy Nathanson performs at Littlefield in Brooklyn on April 17 as part of the release party for his new album, The Nearness Of You.
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    Cecil Taylor, the subject of a career retrospective at the Whitney Museum in New York, listens to a performance there on April 16.
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    The Wet Ink Ensemble payed tribute to avant-garde reedist Anthony Braxton on Jan. 20 at National Sawdust in Brooklyn, New York.
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    Prolific saxophonist Anthony Braxton is the subject three box sets due out April 1.
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    George Lewis is featured on the album The Kitchen Improvisers 1976–1983.

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