This year’s Montreal Jazz Festival Festival would have been more successful had it not been for all the construction ripping apart the city.
A sense of promise remains a hallmark of the Montreal Jazz Festival — always end by looking forward.
The Montreal Jazz Festival is overwhelming in a way, but somehow genial, and finally inspiring.
Wynton Marsalis’ Swing Symphony is his third effort in the grand form.
Satoko Fujii and Ramon Lopez are clear-eyed adventurers; this is free jazz that shimmers with inquisitive transparency.
2019 is the 60th anniversary of the formation of the Double Six of Paris, so it is a good time to shine a spotlight on the group’s spectacular work.
This set of discs will be a delight for any fan of advanced (and incredibly sustained) creativity in music.
These records are filled with music from some of the most intriguing and, indeed, sought after, jazz musicians playing today.
Keep Talkin’ further solidifies Yoko Miwa’s place on the list of pianists who can lift evolved spirits without resorting to stridency.
It’s an uncommon pleasure to see band members enjoy themselves the way Tip City did.