Phillip Lutz


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    Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra member Chris Crenshaw conducts during a performance of Duke Ellington’s Black, Brown And Beige.

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    Saxophonist Ada Rovatti composed all of the songs on a recent album that features her husband, trumpeter Randy Brecker.

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    Bria Skonberg adventures beyond her trad-jazz roots on Nothing Never Happens.

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    Trombonist and educator Nick Finzer runs the media company Outside in Music.

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    Claudio Roditi (1946–2020)

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    Hiromi’s diverse discography includes collaborations with pianist Chick Corea and harpist Edmar Castaneda.

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    NYU Steinhardt has numerous bands of various sizes.

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    Joe Lovano’s new ensemble, Universal Jazz Ensemble, premiered in the Appel Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center on Oct. 18.

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    Harold Mabern (1936–2019)

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    Caroline Davis initially developed the music on Alula with drummer Greg Saunier during Brooklyn performances.

    Caroline Davis Mixes Science, Art

    Caroline Davis’ latest trio album, Alula (New Amsterdam), mines the anatomical world—the title referring to an…

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    Playing with European guitarists indebted to Django Reinhardt stuck with saxophonist James Carter.

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    Pianist Fred Hersch and bassist John Hébert perform Aug. 25 during the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival in Manhattan.

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    Sullivan Fortner draws on the history of pianism—from Chopin to Tatum and beyond—while still retaining his own unique voice.

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    Anat Cohen’s long musical relationship with Oded Lev-Ari has resulted in “Triple Helix: Concerto For Clarinet And Ensemble,” which premiered in January at Carnegie Hall.

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    For Wynton Marsalis, developing a strategy to translate mythology into music for the film Bolden required some self-analysis, if not soul-searching.

    The Resurrection of Buddy Bolden

    Shrouded in mystery, Buddy Bolden’s life has proved more than a match for most of its would-be chroniclers.…

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    Lewis Porter, whose new album is titled Solo Piano, is in a prolific phase of his career.

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    Alfredo Rodríguez and Pedrito Martinez perform at New York’s SubCulture during Winter Jazzfest in January.

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    Ben Sidran’s latest release is a compilation of live recordings made between 1975 and 2015.

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    On his new album, In The Moment, organist Pat Bianchi collaborates with numerous jazz heavyweights, including guitarist Pat Martino and vibraphonist Joe Locke.

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    Guitarist-composer Oscar Peñas (left) pianist Marta Sánchez and drummer Richie Barshay perform Feb. 8 at Aaron Davis Hall at the City College Center for the Arts in Harlem.

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    Marquis Hill benefited from time spent at the Velvet Lounge, a jazz room on the South Side of Chicago run by saxophonist Fred Anderson (1929–2010).

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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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    Aubrey Logan performs at Birdland during a celebration of Resonance Records’ 10-year anniversary.

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    Stefon Harris’ latest album, Sonic Creed, includes a number of original compositions, as well as “Now,” a track written by vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson.

    Stefon Harris’ Nurturing Spirit

    Quick of mind and compact of body, Stefon Harris moved easily from the vibraphone to the computer to the electric…

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    Love Is Here To Stay (Verve/Columbia) is the first album-length, one-on-one collaboration that Tony Bennett has recorded with his good friend Diana Krall.

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    Pete Shand (left), Bernard “Pretty” Purdie, Brian J and Ivan Neville collaborated on the new album Cool Down.

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    Nicole Johänntgen recorded her album Henry in New Orleans, while Henry II was recorded in Zurich, Switzerland.

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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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    The new album by pianist Martial Solal (left) and saxophonist Dave Liebman is Masters In Bordeaux.

    Solal & Liebman Unite in France

    By the time Dave Liebman first made his mark in the early 1970s, as the saxophonist and flutist in Miles Davis’…

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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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