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I'M TALKIN' JAZZ Sunday at 8 am 6/2
Saxophonist Harry Allen with Alisa Clancy
Vocalists Cavalisa with Harry Richard Hall
6/16 Vibraphonist Bobby Hutcherson with Chris Cortez 6/23 Drummer Allison Miller with Alisa Clancy 6/30 Saxophonist Michael O'Neil with Lee Thomas
RIVERWALK JAZZ Sunday at 6 pm 6/2
Swinging on the South Side: The Heartbeat of Chicago Jazz
Sweet Ballads and Red Hot Pianos: Live From San Francisco’s Historic Filoli Gardens Stephanie Nakasian (pictured) hailed as one of the leading jazz vocalists of our time, joins jazz piano virtuoso Dick Hyman and The Jim Cullum Jazz Band in an outdoor concert featuring songs of Walter Donaldson. Photo credit: howard a. gitelson ©
6/16 Portrait of Perfection: Artie Shaw 6/23 The Tio Family: A New Orleans Clarinet Dynasty In New Orleans, the Creole Tio Family produced a long line of master clarinetists and studio music teachers who influenced the first generation of jazz musicians in the Crescent City. The Jim Cullum Jazz Band is joined by the dynamic Evan Christopher (pictured) on clarinet.
6/30 Originals by Originals with Clark Terry, Benny Carter and Jay McShann
THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK Sundays at 7 pm
The sound of surprise describes both jazz itself and the enduring premise of "The Annals of Jazz." Since 1959, host Richard Hadlock has been improvising on historical themes and bringing forth worthy performers—from Armstrong to Zorn. Each Sunday, we may find Annals in Europe, Asia, Latin America or Back of Town anywhere.
in the moment with jim bennett Sunday at 8 pm 6/2
Patrick Wolff "An Homage To Clifford Laconia Jordan," by saxophonist Patrick Wolff, recorded at the Stanford Jazz Festival on July 23, 2012. Broadcast of this concert is courtesy of the Stanford Jazz Workshop, which presents the Stanford Jazz Festival from June 22 through August 10, including Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Chucho Valdes, and many more.
Erik Jekabson "Tribute To Chet Baker," by trumpeter Erik Jekabson, recorded at the Stanford Jazz Festival on July 6, 2012. Broadcast of this concert is courtesy of the Stanford Jazz Workshop, which presents the Stanford Jazz Festival from June 22 through August 10, including Herbie Hancock, Stanley Clarke, Chucho Valdes, and many more.
6/16 Denny Zeitlin Denny Zeitlin in a solo piano performance, recorded at the Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland, on December 1, 2012.
6/23 Mad Duran and the Saxophonistas Mad Duran and the Saxophonistas, recorded April 21, 2013, at Jazz Church West in Danville. With Mary Fettig, Marcia Miget, and Kasey Knudsen, Jonathan Alford, Jon Wiitala, Lorca Hart and Eddie Duran.
6/30 The Wolff & Clark Expedition The Wolff & Clark Expedition, recorded April 4, 2013, at the Piedmont Piano Company in Oakland. With Michael Wolff, Mike Clark and Doug Miller.
THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH Sunday at 11 pm 6/2
New York All Stars, Midge Williams, Red Nichols
University Six, Original Indiana Five, Ben Pollack, Ben Selvin, Fred Rich, Cas Loma Orchestra, Jack Hylton, Lew Stone, Ambrose and his Orchestra
6/16 Dan Barrett, Woody Herman, Tiny Parham 6/23 Bobby Hackett, International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Jack Purvis, 6/30 Frankie Newton, Mildred Baily, Lloyd Smith
The Jazz Center
JAZZ PROFILES WITH NANCY WILSON Monday at 9 pm 6/3
Pianist/Composer Chick Corea
6/10 Saxophonist Sonny Rollins He speaks in a thoughtful, deliberate way that leaves no room for hesitation, a quality that mirrors his distinctive playing. Sonny Rollins (b. 1930) is widely considered the world's greatest living tenor saxophonist. He grew up in the Sugar Hill neighborhood of Harlem, where he primed his chops with other up-and-coming notables. Before age twenty, he was already recording with J.J. Johnson, Bud Powell, and Miles Davis, and later became a member of the legendary Clifford Brown - Max Roach quintet. A highly self-critical player, the elusive Rollins has taken numerous hiatuses from the music industry to, according to him, work on both his playing and himself. After more than fifty years at his craft, he still pursues his original dream "to change the world through music." Photo credit: Phil Bfey
6/17 Vibraphonist Milt Jackson 6/24 Pianist Hank Jones One of the greatest instrumentalists in jazz, pianist Hank Jones is a master whose distinctive style is informed by more than fifty years of music-making, from stride to bebop and beyond. Wherever his musical explorations lead, Jones always plays with flawless musical taste and an amazingly even tone, with each note artfully placed. He's a favorite accompanist for others, five years backing Ella. Photo credit: jimmy katz
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE Tuesday at 9 pm 6/4
Soul Jazz of the 60s In the nineteen sixties – as rock music was changing the pop world, saxophonist Cannonball Adderley, pianist Horace Silver and drummer Art Blakey drew bebop, rhythm and blues and gospel into a powerful small-group sound. Alto saxophonist Wess ‘Warmdaddy’ Anderson and drummer Kenny Washington lead inspired sets in tribute to their soulful predecessors.
6/11 Gillespie and Puente 6/18 God’s Trombones “The trombone comes the closest to the human voice with its bent pitches, scoops and smears, and that very human quality is evident in everything that (James Weldon) Johnson wrote,” says Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra trombonist Chris Crenshaw. Crenshaw draws on his gospel roots to connect secular music to poetry in this sprawling suite based on the James Weldon Johnson poem.
6/25 Monty Alexander: Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra
piano jazz WITH marian mcpartland Wednesday at 9 pm
Banjo Player Bela Fleck
6/12 Clare Fischer Piano Jazz remembers composer, arranger and pianist Clare Fischer. In a long career, the Grammy-winning arranger worked with artists including Dizzy Gillespie, Paul McCartney, and Prince. On this 2001 session, Fischer performs “Isfahan” and “Bloodcount,” and McPartland performs his “Pensativa.”
6/19 Janis Siegel Singer Janis Siegel is one quarter of the jazz super-group, The Manhattan Transfer. Throughout the thirty years spent with this musical institution, she’s also released her own recordings featuring hip, seductive arrangements of standards as well as newer works. She visits Piano Jazz along with pianist and accordion player Gil Goldstein to perform Tad Dameron’s “Whatever Possessed Me” and Annie Lennox’s “A Thousand Beautiful Things.”
6/26 Trumpeter/Pianist/Composer Arturo Sandoval
JAZZSET WITH DEE DEE BRIDGEWATER Thursday at 9 pm 6/6
Mulgrew Miller Trio and Russell Malone Trio
6/13 Dr. Lonnie Smith Trio and Lionel Loueke Trio 6/20 Gretchen Parlato, The Cookers at the Caramoor Jazz Festival There’s contrast between the intimate vocal sound of Ms. Parlato and the smokin’ hot all-star Cookers playing music by band members Billy Harper and Cecil McBee, at a longrunning outdoor festival just north of New York City. There’s contrast between the intimate vocal sound of Ms. Parlato and the smokin’ hot all-star Cookers playing music by band members Billy Harper and Cecil McBee, at a long-running outdoor festival just north of New York City.
6/27 Dee Dee Bridgewater at Caramoor
From “Lady Sings to Blues” (upbeat!) to “My Favorite Things,” from Billie Holiday to “Besame Mucho,” Dee Dee sings us a set with Craig Handy on saxophones and flute; Musical Director Edsel Gomez, piano; Michael Bowie and Kenny Phelps, bass and drums.
Photo credit: M Craft
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DESERT ISLAND JAZZ
JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA
THE JAZZ DECADES WITH RAY SMITH
WITH HARRY RICHARD HALL
IN THE MOMENT WITH JIM BENNETT
JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA
DAVE RAMIREZ (M) P ETE FALLICO (T) RON PELLETIER (W)
J AZZ S ET WITH D EE D EE B RIDGEWATER
THE JAZZ OASIS
JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON
A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ
JAZZ WITH BOB PARLOCHA
CRAZY 'BOUT THE BLUES
PIANO JAZZ WITH MARIAN MCPARTLAND
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER WITH WENDELL PIERCE
J AZZ P ROFILES
WITH N ANCY W ILSON
GREG BRIDGES (T/TH), KATHLEEN LAWTON (F)
WITH JAYNE SANCHEZ (M/W),
THE JAZZ OASIS
THE ANNALS OF JAZZ WITH RICHARD HADLOCK
JAZZ IN THE AFTERNOON WITH JESSE "CHUY" VARELA (M/T), MELANIE BERZON (W/TH/F)
(M/W/F), CLIFFORD BROWN JR. (T/TH)
A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ WITH ALISA CLANCY (M-F)
WITH CHRIS CORTEZ
LATIN JAZZ WITH JESSE "CHUY" VARELA
AMERICAN JAZZ COUNTDOWN WITH CLIFFORD BROWN JR.
A MORNING CUP OF JAZZ WITH KEITH HINES
I'M TALKIN' JAZZ
BIG BAND JUMP