Phillip Lutz


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    ​Julian Lage’s trio album Modern Lore puts a postmodern twist on Americana.

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    Eddie Henderson frequently eschews original compositions on his albums, opting instead for interpretations to create a “collective portrait.”

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    Cécile McLorin Salvant and Aaron Diehl perform June 14, 2017, at the National Jazz Museum in Harlem

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    Mayu Saeki, who has a new leader project, previously played in Chico Hamilton’s band.

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    Sherrie Maricle (middle row, wearing pink T-shirt) poses for a portrait with the members of the DIVA Jazz Orchestra.

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    Vibraphonist Roy Ayers performs last year in Pittsburgh.

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    Renee Rosnes (far left) leads her Woman to Woman ensemble during its March 2 New York debut at the 92nd Street Y.

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    At its recent Carnegie Hall show in New York, Snarky Puppy welcomed a number of guests to the stage, including mandolinist Chris Thile (from left), singer Laura Mvula, ’60s icon David Crosby, singer Fatoumata Diawara and singer Michelle Willis.

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    The original lineup of The Bad Plus—Reid Anderson (from left), David King and Ethan Iverson—played its final show on Dec. 31 at New York’s Village Vanguard.

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    Indo-Pak Coalition band members Rez Abbasi (left) Dan Weiss and Rudresh Mahanthappa perform at the Litchfield Jazz Festival on Aug. 6.

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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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    Kevin Eubanks released the album East West Time Line (Mack Avenue) on April 7.

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