Jazzitalia - News: Jazz Composers Collective Reunion, Maria Schneider Orchestra, Geri Allen & Timeline per la programmazione di novembre allo Jazz Standard di New York
versione italiana english version
 
NEWS
Bookmark and Share Jazzitalia Facebook Page Jazzitalia Twitter Page Feed RSS by Jazzitalia - Comunicati Feed RSS by Jazzitalia - Agenda delle novit�

Tour americano di Fabrizio Bosso con il suo quartetto, da Chicago a New York, passando per Greensboro e Washington.

Anteprima Beat Onto Jazz Festival 2018: Presentazione del libro "Puglia, le età del jazz" di Ugo Sbisà e tributo a Michel Petrucciani con Nico Marziliano.

Mast Bari organizza un workshop di Legislazione musicale e dello spettacolo con Alceste Ayroldi.

Serata all'insegna del groove per la rassegna Special Guest. Di scena il Soul Train R-Evolution di Michele Papadia con Fabrizio Bosso & Serena Brancale.

Siae & Co.: workshop di Alceste Ayroldi che illustra le leggi fondamentali del settore musicale e dello spettacolo.

Cammariere, Paoli e Rea, Chano Dominguez e il progetto Hudson di Jack Dejohnette &, John Scofield per la 29ma edizione di Notti di Stelle, il festival jazz della Camerata Musicale Barese.

Paolo Fresu, Fabrizio Bosso, Serena Brancale, Javier Girotto e Martin Bruhn per la II edizione del Festival Special Guest nato dalla collaborazione tra il Teatro Eliseo e il Saint Louis College of Music.

Pubblicato un nuovo testo da Antonio Ongarello dedicato a Scott Joplin: "10 Rags for Jazz Guitar" (trascrizione di "The Enterteiner").

Storica decisione della ECM: la prestigiosa etichetta di Jazz e Musica Contemporanea rende l'intero catalogo disponibile in streaming sulle piattaforme digitali più diffuse.

"The Great 78 Project", digitalizzate 25mila vecchie registrazioni, rese gratuite per il download.

Click QUI per fare pubblicita' su Jazzitalia
Jazzitalia sbarca in Russia! Tradotti in cirillico alcuni articoli esclusivi.
Ultimi aggiunti:

            AUTINO Adriano (chitarra)
            CAIAZZA Igor (perccussioni)
            CIMINO Lorenzo (tromba)
            DI VEROLI Angelo (batteria)
            ESPOSITO Sergio (chitarra)
            FUMO Marco (piano)
            GALATRO Francesco (contrabbasso)
            LI VOTI Dario (batteria)
            MENEGOTTO Mauro (batteria)
            NASONE Antonio (chitarra)
            PANTALEO Gianluca (basso e contrabbasso)
            PANTIERI Filippo (piano)
            PISANELLO Donatello (chitarra)
            RONCA Marco (piano)
            SCARAMELLA Giulio (piano)
            VENTUROLI Danilo R. (piano)
            VIGNALI Michele (sax)
News n. 19847 del 07/10/2012 >> tutte le news...



Jazz Standard November Calendar Features
Jazz Composers Collective Reunion
Maria Schneider Orchestra
Geri Allen & Timeline

JAZZ STANDARD
, one of the nation's premier jazz clubs, offers another impressive month of music with jazz legends and rising stars throughout November. From 11/6 – 11/11, the JAZZ COMPOSERS COLLECTIVE celebrates its 20th anniversary. The collective will reprise its festival featuring 11 bands led by the Collective's founding members: Ben Allison, Michael Blake, Ron Horton, Frank Kimbrough and Ted Nash. Two–time Grammy Award winner Maria Schneider returns for her annual Thanksgiving week run at Jazz Standard at the helm of her all–star orchestra (11/20 – 11/25). Pianist Geri Allen will appear with her high–energy group Timeline, featuring the exciting young tap–dancer Maurice Chestnut (11/28 – 12/1). Our ever–popular "Mingus Mon­days" resi­dency continues in November with the Grammy Award–winning Mingus Big Band appearing every week on 11/5, 11/12, 11/19 and 11/26. Be­low is a com­plete schedule of November per­form­ances at Jazz Standard, along with informa­tion on the musicians. For every­thing else, visit www.jazzstandard.com.


ALL SHOW TIMES: 7:30 & 9:30PM + 11:30PM ON FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS

Jazz Standard is located at 116 E. 27th Street (between Lexington and Park)
Train 6 to E. 28th Street

NEVER A MINIMUM
Student Discounts (restrictions apply)
Enjoy "NYC's Best Barbecue" (Time Out New York) from BLUE SMOKE
and an extensive wine, beer and cocktail list

Jazz for Kids every Sunday (except April 8th)
Open for lunch at 1pm, music from 1:30–3pm

For reservations call Jazz Standard at 212.576.2232 or visit www.ticketweb.com
Artists and schedules are subject to change


NOVEMBER 2012 SCHEDULE

11/1 – 11/4 Steve Kuhn Trio (7:30 & 9:30 PM only)
Steve Kuhn – piano
Buster Williams – bass
Billy Drummond – drums

Steve Kuhn was a 22–year–old Harvard graduate when he joined the John Coltrane Quartet for a few unforgettable months in 1960. He went on work with Stan Getz, Art Farmer, Oliver Nelson, Gary McFarland, Sheila Jordan, and Miroslav Vitous, to name a few; and solidified his credentials as a leader during a period of residency in Sweden (1967–1971) when he formed a trio that toured throughout Europe. An ECM recording artist since 1974, his many fine recordings include Mostly Coltrane (2009) and Wisteria (2012). The Steve Kuhn Trio, wrote Nate Chinen in The New York Times, is "an effortlessly modern enterprise, with roots stretching through a tangle of post-bop traditions. For any admirer of jazz piano, or articulate small-group jazz in general, it's something that shouldn't be missed."
Music Charge: $25 / $30 Friday & Saturday

11/5 Mingus Big Band

Our acclaimed "Mingus Monday" series continues tonight with two blazing sets by the Grammy Award– winning Mingus Big Band. They'll perform the music of legendary bassist/composer Charles Mingus (1922 – 1979), "some of the most dramatic and powerful jazz composed in the 20th century." (John Fordham, The Guardian)
Music Charge: $25

11/6 – 11/11 Ben Allison: Jazz Composers Collective Reunion *JS:10 Anniversary artist*

From 1992 to 2005, the Jazz Composers Collective was a potent organizational force on the NYC music scene dedicated to advancing the development and presentation of new music, while building new audiences for creative jazz. The Collective's annual concert series became a mainstay of NYC's creative music scene for twelve seasons; in total, these shows featured the work of 50 composers, the participation of over 250 musicians, and the premiere of over 300 new works. This week at Jazz Standard, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the JCC with performances by no less than eleven different bands – featuring bassist/composer Ben Allison in collaboration with such first–rank players as trumpeter Ron Horton, pianist Frank Kimbrough, and saxophonists Ted Nash and Michael Blake. "We started the Collective as a way to provide musicians with opportunities to create and perform original compositions, " says Ben Allison. "I'm thrilled to reunite with Michael, Ron, Frank, and Ted to revisit some of the music from that period and play new works too."

11/6 Ben Allison Band
Ben Allison – bass
Steve Cardenas – guitar
Brandon Seabrook – guitar, banjo
Allison Miller – drums
Rogerio Boccato – percussion

"A focused and productive composer" (Chinen, New York Times), Ben Allison convenes the group featured on his latest Palmetto recording, Action-Refraction, with Allison Miller subbing for album drummer Rudy Royston.
Music Charge: $25

11/7 Frank Kimbrough Group
Steve Wilson – alto saxophone
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Jay Anderson – bass
Lewis Nash – drums

The in–demand pianist will lead an all–star quartet in two scintillating sets. Frank Kimbrough's new Palmetto CD, Live at Kitano, is a captivating trio date with bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Matt Wilson.
Music Charge: $25

11/8 [1] Ron Horton Sextet (7:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Marty Ehrlich – alto saxophone, clarinet
Ted Nash – tenor saxophone
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Tim Horner – drums

In a New York Times review of Ron Horton's Genius Envy (OmniTone), Ben Ratliff said that it "bears the imprint of patience and maturity as well as historical literacy. It is studiously attentive to jazz of the last 40 years, specifically, a line of small–group composers like Paul Bley, Ornette Coleman, Andrew Hill and Marty Ehrlich, all of whom have written fairly romantic music while experimenting with rhythm and harmony."
Music Charge: $25

11/8 [2] Ron Horton/Tim Horner Eleventet (9:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Nate Ecklund – trumpet
Marty Ehrlich – alto saxophone
John O'Gallagher – alto saxophone
Ted Nash – tenor saxophone
Marc Mommaas – tenor saxophone
Mike Fahn – trombone
Alan Ferber – trombone
Mark Sherman – vibes
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Tim Horner – drums

The addition of five horns will expand the Ron Horton Sextet into the Ron Horton/Tim Horner Eleventet, playing a different repertoire from tonight's first set.
Music Charge: $25

11/9 [1] Ted Nash Double Quartet (7:30 PM only)
Ted Nash – saxophones
Nathalie Bonin – violin
Joyce Hammann – violin
Lev Zhurbin – viola
Tomas Ulrich – cello
Erik Charlston – vibraphone
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Tim Horner – drums

Saxophonist Ted Nash made major waves in 1999 with Rhyme and Reason (Arabesque), the debut album by his striking Double Quartet. At JazzTimes.com, Bill Bennett wrote: "This recording demonstrates that the range of what might be called chamber jazz is just as broad as that of its classical cousin. What began with the John Kirby Sextet and the Modern Jazz Quartet continues to make its creative way through our world."
Music Charge: $30

11/9 [2] Ted Nash Quartet (9:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Ted Nash – saxophones
Paul Sikivie – bass
Ulysses Owens – drums

Ron Horton and Ted Nash join forces in this Ornette–style piano–less quartet for a set of creative improvisations on their own compositions.
Music Charge: $30

11/9 [3] Herbie Nichols Project (11:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Ted Nash – saxophones
Michael Blake – saxophones
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Michael Sarin – drums

A much–anticipated reunion of the group co–founded in 1994 by Frank Kimbrough and Ben Allison, which released three albums dedicated to the compositions of pianist Herbie Nichols (1919 – 1963). "Rhythms and patterns seem to be endless, and I find them in boxing, architecture, literature, vaudeville…All the world's a stage for the jazz pundit." – Herbie Nichols, Metronome Magazine (1956)
Music Charge: $30

11/10 [1] Michael Blake's Elevated Quartet (7:30 PM only)
Michael Blake – saxophone
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Ferenc Nemeth – drums

In Michael Blake's playing, "you can hear Archie Shepp and Lucky Thompson and Coltrane and Dewey Redman" (Ratliff, New York Times). The saxophonist's latest CD, In the Grand Scheme of Things, is due out October 9.
Music Charge: $30

11/10 [1] Ben Allison & Medicine Wheel (9:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Ted Nash – saxophones
Michael Blake – saxophones
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Michael Sarin – drums
Ben Allison – bass

"Patience and a world musician's openness are Allison's guides, rarities in a postbop world of hurtling virtuosity…Much of the composing was lyrically engaging and whimsically persuasive…" -- John Fordham, The Guardian (review of Medicine Wheel live at Logan Hall, London)
Music Charge: $30

11/10 [3] Ben Allison Plays the Music of Jim Hall (11:30 PM only)
Ted Nash – saxophones
Steve Cardenas – guitar
Ben Allison – bass

This saxophone/guitar/bass trio aims to capture the warmth and lyricism inherent in the music of the great guitarist Jim Hall.
Music Charge: $30

11/11 [1] Michael Blake Band (7:30 PM only)
Kirk Knuffke – trumpet
Michael Blake – saxophones
Ryan Blotnick – guitar
Landon Knoblock – piano
Greg Richie – drums
Michael Bates – bass

Blake is back, this time with the fiery trumpeter Kirk Knuffke and a powerhouse rhythm section.
Music Charge: $25

11/11 [2] Herbie Nichols Project (9:30 PM only)
Ron Horton – trumpet
Ted Nash – saxophones
Michael Blake – saxophones
Frank Kimbrough – piano
Ben Allison – bass
Michael Sarin – drums

The last blast in the Jazz Composers Collective series is dedicated to the compositions of the late great Herbie Nichols.
Music Charge: $25

11/12 Mingus Big Band

"There once was a word used: swing. Swing went in one direction, it was linear, and everything had to be played with an obvious pulse and that's very restrictive. But I use the term ‘rotary perception.' Imagine a circle surrounding each beat—each guy can play his notes anywhere in that circle and it gives him a feel­ing he has more space. The pulse is inside you. When you're playing with musicians who think this way, you can do anything." — Charles Mingus, Beneath The Underdog (Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1971)
Music Charge: $25

11/13 – 11/14 Winard Harper & Jeli Posse with special guests Delfeayo Marsalis and Frank Wess
Jazzmeia Horn – vocals
Bruce Harris – trumpet
Jovan Alexander – tenor sax
Jonathan Beshay – tenor sax
Roy Asaf – piano
Stephen Porter – bass
Alioune Faye – percussion
Winard Harper – drums/leader

Co–Exist is the title of the CD by Winard Harper & Jeli Posse, released September 2012 through Jazz Legacy Productions. It's a set of graceful, passionate, and swinging music from one of the world's premier jazz drummers, who leads a hard–charging "little big band" with special guest performances by the legendary tenor saxophonist and flautist Frank Wess – a stalwart of the great Count Basie band from 1953–1964. Frank will be on the stand for this engagement along with another very special guest, trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis. "No other drummer captures the spirit of Art Blakey more than Winard Harper!" (The Chicago Sun-Times)
Music Charge: $25

11/ 15 – 11/18 Vinicius Cantuaria
Vinicius Cantuária – guitar, vocals
Helio Alves – piano
Paul Socolow – electric bass
Adriano Santos – drums
Dende – percussion

Britain's MOJO magazine wrote: "Vinicius Cantuaria is so steeped in the classic music of his Brazilian homeland, it's a wonder he manages to be such an innovator." The Guardian's Will Hodgkinson declared: "Growing up in Manaus and Rio but long ago transplanted to New York, Vinicius Cantuária brings bossa nova the inno­vations of the downtown avant-garde." Vinicius him­self says that his artistic goal is "to do beautiful music, to play in small jazz clubs like my personal Fab Four: Bill Evans, Miles Davis, Tom Jobim and Chet Baker." A special musician works his special magic, this week at Jazz Standard!
Music Charge: $25 / $30 Friday & Saturday

11/19 Mingus Big Band

"It has been said that Mingus was a violent man. It would be truer to say that he was a passionate man, a man of great imagination and with desires to match…Mingus' center was not a vortex of self–contemplation that sucked in, absorbed, or stifled otherness, but a volcanic center from which flowed a procreative lava, interacting with everything it touched. Not a black hole, but a bursting sun, with rays that could scorch." — Dan Morgenstern, "Charles Mingus, " from Living With Jazz, ed. Sheldon Meyer (Pantheon, New York, 2004)
Music Charge: $25

11/ 20 – 11/25 Maria Schneider Orchestra *JS:10 anniversary artist*

Maria Schneider – composer and conductor

Maria Schneider's Thanksgiving residency at the head of the orchestra she founded in 1992 is an annual tradition and one of the most–anticipated bookings on our yearly calendar. The two–time Grammy Award winner "now has be­come entrenched among the ranks of America's leading composers, " declared DownBeat, while Bob Karlovits of the Pittsburgh Tribune–Review asserted: "She puts together stories that speak with the clarity of Ernest Hemingway and the musical grace of Aaron Copland." In September 2012, Maria conducted the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and soprano Dawn Upshaw in a performance of Carlos Drummond de Andrade Stories; the concert was recorded, and will be released in 2013. The Maria Schneider Orchestra has performed at festivals and concert halls worldwide, but there's nothing quite as intimate and thrilling as hearing this all–star aggregation live at Jazz Standard!

11/26 Mingus Big Band

"He was a great bass player. But he was hard to get along with, especially about music, because he had his own definite ideas about what was good and what was bad, and he didn't mind telling anybody what he had on his mind. In that way, we were a lot alike. Our musical ideas were different sometimes. But he was always an inventive, hard–driving, imaginative musician." — Miles Davis on Charles Mingus, from Miles: The Autobiography by Miles Davis with Quincy Troupe (Simon & Schuster, New York, 1989)
Music Charge: $25

11/ 27 Jazz Standard Closed For Private event

11 /28 – 12/1 Geri Allen's Timeline Band
Geri Allen – piano
Kenny Davis – bass
Kassa Overall – drums
Maurice Chestnut – tap dancing

In 2009, Geri Allen recorded performances at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music in Ohio and Reed College in Oregon to create the first live album of her stellar career. For these shows, Geri led a truly unique group that combined the kinetic talents of her piano trio with those of tap dancer Maurice Chestnut, "who brings magical footwork and musicianship in the vein of the late Gregory Hines and contemporaries Savion Glover." (Mark F. Turner, AllAboutJazz.com) The resulting CD, simply titled Live and released in 2010 on the Dig imprint, was hailed by The New York Times as "the rewardingly bold new statement from Ms. Allen, a wise and dynamic pianist, and Timeline, her sharp young working band." Jazz Standard welcomes Geri Allen and Timeline for four gala nights in the great jazz/tap tradition – make your reservations now!
Music Charge: $25 / $30 Friday & Saturday

__________

april thibeault amt public relations
*NYU Stern MBA Candidate*



News correlate:

Il 2012 Festival of New Trumpet Music, il SFJAZZ Collective suona le musiche di Chick Corea e Francisco Mela al Jazz Standard di New York in ottobre (09/09/2012)
10° anniversario del Jazz Standard di New York anche a luglio con Dr. Lonnie Smith's 70th Birthday Celebration, Don Byron's New Gospel Quintet and Anat Cohen's "Invitation" Series (08/06/2012)
Continua anche a giugno il festeggiamento del 10° anniversario del Jazz Standard di New York con Chano Domínguez, Steve Wilson e Ambrose Akinmusire (06/05/2012)
Continua il festeggiamento del 10° anniversario del Jazz Standard di New York con Chano Domínguez, Steve Wilson e Ambrose Akinmusire (10/03/2012)
Lo Jazz Standard di new York festeggia il 10mo anniversario con Houston Person, Fred Hersch, ed altri grandi nomi del jazz (18/02/2012)
Benny Golson in una sua rara presenza in un jazz club e il debutto di Benny Green i due appuntamenti principali allo Jazz Standard di New York (17/01/2012)


Eventi correlati:
18/01/12 Dave Stryker CD Release - New York











Bookmark and Share
News visualizzata 507 volte