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When I reach John Hollenbeck by phone, he's on a sojourn typical of the modern itinerant composer — a week-long teaching residency.
John Hollenbeck plays New Year's Eve! Plus, the Rempis/Rosaly duo
| December 18, 2009
Chiara String Quartet, Katie Bull and Landon Knoblock, Dave Rempis and Frank Rosaly, Pandelis Karayorgis
The Sunday-evening “Gillypad” at the Lily Pad gallery/performance space will include everything but proprietor Gill Aharon at the piano. First up is the barnstorming ensemble...
| December 01, 2009
A comprovisational what?
Local saxophonist and electronic-musician JORRIT DIJKSTRA combines a variety of styles ranging from jazz to electro-acoustic improv and noise to create his own emotive and often idiosyncratic music.
Free jazz at 186; Grizzler at Axiom
| February 02, 2009
More and more, museums are getting into the live-music scene.
Jazz in the clubs — and the museums
| March 11, 2008
It's good news that the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, in conjunction with Berklee College of Music, is bringing back jazz as a regular part of its concert season.
A wealth of winter jazz
| December 26, 2007
In all languages
For the past half decade or so, saxophonist Chris Potter has alternately traveled with two of the best bandleaders in jazz, Dave Holland and Dave Douglas.
Winter concert preview: looking ahead to jazz in 2006
| January 14, 2006
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