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Anat Cohen: Citizen of the globe

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

The clarinet is Anat Cohen’s traveling companion. With it, Cohen has visited many worlds, both geographic and musical. Cohen is a native of Israel. The country has a great jazz scene, she says. But one particular scene is evidently not enough for her. In 1999 Cohen moved to New York, where she leads bands and operates her Anzic Records label.

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Bad Plus: It's not a cover if it's appropriation

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

The Bad Plus is a next-level cover band. Or they’re not really a cover band at all. The leaderless jazz trio made a splash in 2003 with its first Columbia Records album, which included a go at Nirvana’s “Smells Like Team Spirit.” It was deemed something of a novelty at the time, even though pop compositions have been fodder for jazz players for as long as there has been jazz music.

At 75, Chick Corea Still Has That Magic Touch

Sunday, November 13, 2016

Jazz pianist Chick Corea is celebrating his 75th birthday this year with a marathon of live performances. He was on the road all summer and has finally settled into an eight-week run at the Blue Note Club in Greenwich Village in New York. The birthday bash features 15 different bands, playing music from every phase of Corea's long career.

Chick Corea Trio makes jazz fusion fun, accessible

Sunday, October 9, 2016

It was the last in a run of live dates for the Chick Corea Trio, and the bandleader was in a loose and celebratory mood, smiling throughout, snapping selfies and engaging the audience at Xavier University’s Gallagher Student Center Theater in a few passages of call and response between his piano and their voices.

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