Kurt Elling

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Kurt Elling's news entries:

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    The Monterey Jazz Festival, one of many reopening for late summer.

    Bringing Back the Festivals!

    In what has to be billed as the great jazz reopening, festivals are coming back online, many with late-breaking plans…

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    Triology 2 received the Grammy for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.

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    John Beasley earned Grammy nominations in multiple categories, including Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album.

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    Maria Schneider and Donny McCaslin are set to stream a Tuesday conversation.

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    Vocalist Becca Stevens is set to stream a performance on Thursday.

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    Johnaye Kendrick is set to stream a performance with her quartet on Friday.

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    Vocalist Kurt Elling is set to stream a performance on Friday.

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    The Le Boeuf Brothers are set to stream a Tuesday performance.

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    The Alex Sipiagin Quartet is set to stream a performance from Smalls on Thursday.

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    Vocalist Ledisi is one of the artists featured on International Jazz Day from Australia, a concert special that premieres on PBS on Friday.

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    Kurt Elling’s latest recording finds the vocalist collaborating with pianist Danilo Pérez. Secrets Are The Best Stories (Edition) is set for release April 3.

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    Pianist Carmen Staaf leads a trio on Woodland, an album that’s included as part of Newvelle Records’ fifth season of high-end LP releases.

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    Robert Glasper (foreground) and Herbie Hancock in a scene from the documentary Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes.

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    Ubuntu label head Martin Hummel (left), saxophonist Tori Freestone and bassist Gary Crosby

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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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    Sara Gazarek delves into self-reflection for Thirsty Ghost.

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    Norah Jones is among the artists who pay tribute to Joni Mitchell on a new album and DVD.

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    Emmet Cohen holds his first-place trophy at the American Pianists Association finals at the Hilbert Circle Theatre in Indianapolis on April 6.

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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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    Vocalist and composer Cécile McLorin Salvant is among the nominees for the 61st annual Grammy Awards.

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    Pianist Ramsey Lewis performs at the Chicago Jazz Festival on Sept. 1.

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    Kurt Elling performs during the 2018 North Sea Jazz Festival in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

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    Singer Kurt Elling, seen here performing at the 2018 North Sea Jazz Festival, also participated in a DownBeat Blindfold Test during the fest.

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    Kurt Elling’s upcoming album, The Questions, features songs combining the singer’s own writing with well-known poems.

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    Kurt Elling will participate in the Jazz Across Borders conference in Russia.

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    John Scofield will perform at an all-star benefit concert at the Jazz Gallery on Nov. 1, with proceeds going to provide assistance to the people of Puerto Rico.

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    Herbie Hancock (left) and Igor Butman shake hands after their performance during the International Jazz Day 2015 Global Concert at UNESCO on April 30, 2015, in Paris, France.


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