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Jazz (Music Genre)

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  • Metheny, Redman, other jazz stars celebrate bassist Charlie Haden at memorial concert

    Pat Metheny, Josh Redman and other jazz stars turned out for a memorial concert to celebrate the music and life of Charlie Haden, one of the most influential bassists in jazz history. Singer Ruth Cameron Haden, who hosted Tuesday night's gathering at...
  • Singer, pianist team for jazz concert

    Singer, pianist team for jazz concert
    Singer Janis Siegel teams with jazz pianist Shelly Berg for an evening of jazzy Broadway standards from the Great American Songbook Jan. 14 at Broward Center. "I have looked forward to working with Janis (Siegel) for so many years in concert. We will...
  • The beautifully sculpted music of Rufus Reid

    The beautifully sculpted music of Rufus Reid
    The Miami Beach Jazz Festival will return for a second year on Saturday, Jan. 10, with a bill that lives up to its name: "Living Legends of Jazz." Along with icons such as Bucky Pizzarelli and Monty Alexander, Rufus Reid, Ed Laub, Giacomo Gates, Aria...
  • Best bets for Jan. 11

    Best bets for Jan. 11
    Music Winter Jam: The 20th annual Christian music tour features Grammy-nominated rockers Skrillet. Also appearing are Jeremy Camp, Francesca Battistelli, Building 429, For King & Country, Family Force 5 and evangelist Tony Nolan. 6 p.m., BB&T Center,...
  • Nick Di Maria Quartet Up Next In Baby Grand Series

    Nick Di Maria Quartet Up Next In Baby Grand Series
    With one foot firmly planted in the Connecticut jazz scene and another dipping into ska (with For Serious), New Haven-based trumpeter and composer Nick Di Maria has carved out a niche for himself over the last decade. His third release, "The Beatnik,"...
  • L.A. Phil to join Playboy Jazz Fest again

    The Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Playboy Jazz Festival are making music together again. After joining forces last year to put on the annual two-day festival at the Hollywood Bowl, the organizations will re-team for the 2015 edition, they were...
  • New resolutions for Chicago jazz

    New resolutions for Chicago jazz
    If New Year's resolutions help us to aspire higher, Chicago jazz could use a few: Boost the Chicago Jazz Festival, Part 1. The Chicago Jazz Festival made significant improvements in 2014, as in its belated embrace of social media, with a dramatically...
  • At The Alfond Inn, a new year to find ways to innovate

    At The Alfond Inn, a new year to find ways to innovate
    With the start of 2015, the Alfond Inn has a new year’s resolution: to continue to find innovative programs that bring more people to the boutique hotel. The hotel, which opened in August 2013, has been successful in its year and a half of...
  • Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park

    Sounds of summer beckon at Grant Park
    While portents of change echo across the local summer music landscape, one hot-weather classical enterprise that remains impervious to change, justifiably so, is the Grant Park Music Festival. Given the successful marriage of municipal sponsorship and...
  • Coachella 2015 makes space for rockers and ravers this year

    At this year's Coachella, it's glow sticks down, lighters up. In the festival's 2015 lineup announcement, the great beer-crushing classic rock act AC/DC, jazz-jamming curmudgeons Steely Dan and the sad-rap seducer Drake are among the headliners. It's...
  • Senior briefs

    Annapolis Center The following activities are offered through the Annapolis Senior Activity Center, 119 S. Villa Ave. Information: 410-222-1818. Glory of Love A musical program with husband-and-wife team Frank and Trish Curreri performing love songs...