The Azeri capital, will host from October 18 to 27 the next edition of the Baku Jazz Festival. As usual, the festival will dedicate many events to local jazz scene. The programme includes a competition…Read more
This Week In Jazz History – Week 8th 2019 YouTube Video Jazzespresso Jazz Magazine – Billie Holiday, Gene Ammons, Sonny Stitt, Ethel Waters, Tadd Dameron, Joe Wilder, Pee Wee Russell, Coleman Hawkins, Keith JarrettRead more
The 2019 edition of the Generations in Jazz Festival will take place from next May 3 to 5 in Mount Gambier (South Australia). The Festival hosts students coming from more than 150 schools challenging…Read more
Paul McCartney, It’s Only A Paper Moon, Live @Capitol Studios, 09-12-2012 – YouTube Video – Jazzespresso Jazz MagazineRead more
Craft Recordings, Concord label dedicated to historic material, is preparing a boxset which will be called Coltrane ’58: The Prestige Recordings. In 1958 the American saxophonist was not yet one of the most important innovators in jazz history, but he was becoming…Read more
Around the corner from Disneyland is a completely different playground. It’s the one for music professionals and music lovers. NAMM, (National Association of Music Merchants) established in 1901 is the largest trade event in the world.
> Photographs by Melanie Futorian
Dodicilune released in November 2018 I Nuovi Studi, the new work in piano solo by the Italian musician and composer Emanuele Sartoris. The project was officially presented…Read more
The 15th edition of the Ecuador Jazz will take place in Ecuador’s Capital City, Quito, from next March 7 to 17. The line-up features artists as Elza Soares, Cory Henry, Mark Guiliana, il C4trío, Édouard Ferlete and many more. For more information…Read more
Eternal Love, Roberto Ottaviano’s new album was released by Dodicilune in October 2018. The album features two original tracks by Ottaviano and covers of tracks by Abdullah…Read more
Jazzespresso has interviewed the Chilean photographer and lawyer Pablo Reyes, finalist of the Jazz World Photo 2018.
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