Suzanne Lorge


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    Adam Rudolph conducts the Go: Organic Orchestra at New York’s Rubin Museum of Art.

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    Terence Blanchard performs at the Belgrade Jazz Festival in 2009.

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    Céline Rudolph, shown here with collaborator Lionel Loueke, says her upbringing readied her to embrace a global vision of music.

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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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    Jazzmeia Horn’s begun writing a follow-up to her recently released album Love And Liberation and also started work on a book of poetry.

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    Sara Gazarek delves into self-reflection for Thirsty Ghost.

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    Bassist Michael Janisch helms Whirlwind Records and is set to release his latest leader date, Worlds Collide.

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    Mark Walker’s new leader album is titled You Get What You Give.

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    Sam Rivers (1923–2011)

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    Vocalist Sara Serpa’s work has explored how past events influence current human behavior.

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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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    Drummer Andrew Cyrille (left), dancer Beatrice Capote and cellist Tomeka Reid perform June 11 during the 2019 Vision Festival at Brooklyn venue Roulette.

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    Bassist and bandleader Linda May Han Oh calls Aventurine her most ambitious compositional work to date.

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    Antonio Sánchez opens his latest album, Lines In The Sand, with a disturbing ontage of sirens and voices.

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    Guitarist and composer Hedvig Mollestad debuts a commission at the Vossa Jazz Festival, in Voss, Norway, on April 13.

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    Following a fire in her Rio de Janeiro home, improvising vocalist Claudia Villela has found a renewed interest in releasing music.

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    Saxophonist Charles McPherson performs with the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra at the Rose Theater in New York on April 5 during “McCoy Tyner and Charles McPherson at 80,” a tribute to the two jazz luminaries.

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    At age 14, drummer Allison Miller performed at Blues Alley in Washington D.C. with guitarist Charlie Byrd.

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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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    “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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    The Bowman Trio

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    Hawk Eyes serves as a chronicle of Sanah Kadoura’s recuperation from traumatic brain injury.

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    Camille Thurman’s latest release, Waiting For The Sunrise (Chesky), was issued in August.

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    French native Stéphane Spira is based in New York City.

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    JFA Executive Director Wendy Oxenhorn and actor Rosie Perez

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    Bassist Adi Meyerson’s leader debut is titled Where We Stand.

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    Walter Gwardyak is the music director and pianist for the New England Jazz Ensemble.

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    Bassist Corcoran Holt has worked with such icons as Benny Golson, Steve Turre and Jimmy Cobb.

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    French saxophonist Émile Parisien recently issued Sfumato Live In Marciac on the ACT imprint.

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    Jure Pukl (left), Melissa Aldana, Joe Sanders and Greg Hutchinson perform on Doubtless.

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    Scott Reeves Jazz Orchestra recently issued Without A Trace on Origin.

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    After taking part in a discussion on gender and jazz, pianist Monika Herzig’s SHEroes ensemble performed April 4 at The New School in New York.


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