Geri Allen

Elected to the Hall of Fame
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Geri Allen's news entries:

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    A Thursday symposium is set to explore the work of late pianist Geri Allen.

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    A live Alice Coltrane recording from 1972 marks a turning point in her music.

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    Pianist Amy K. Bormet founded the Washington Women in Jazz Festival in 2011. The festival returns March 10-31.

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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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    On June 29, the Impulse! label issued previously unreleased studio recordings by John Coltrane (left), Elvin Jones, Jimmy Garrison and McCoy Tyner under the title Both Directions At Once: The Lost Album.

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    Recordings that make up Musical Prophet: The Expanded 1963 New York Studio Sessions sat in a Long Island home, untouched, for decades.

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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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    Geri Allen in 1979

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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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    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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    Geri Allen (1957–2017)

    Pianist Geri Allen Dies at 60

    Geri Allen, a pianist, composer and educator with boundless technical facility and a far-reaching vision of jazz, died…

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    Geri Allen (left), Benny Green, Taylor Eigsti, Kenny Barron, Marcus Roberts, Joe Lovano, McCoy Tyner and Chick Corea at SFJAZZ in San Francisco on June 19.