Mr. Jarrett’s fan base tends to accept that the intensity of feeling in his playing is worth whatever limits he chooses to impose.
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Mr. Keepnews, a four-time Grammy winner, produced classic albums from the likes of Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk and Bill Evans, and helped found Riverside Records.
The ensemble played a sold-out set consisting of a mix of jazz standards and selections from a new album that recalibrates songs by other artists.
Masculinity and tradition can seem like stable formulas in modern country, but there will always be those who complicate the math.
Ravi Coltrane, adding some new instrumentalists, is playing an engagement at Jazz Standard.
The project, to cost an estimated $18.5 million and scheduled for completion in December, will feature improved visibility of Columbus Circle and a terrace with room for small ensembles and cafe seating.
Marquis Hill and his band, the Blacktet, performed in the Monk-in-Motion series at the TriBeCa Performing Arts Center on Saturday.
At 76, the tenor saxophonist may be reaching another peak in his career.
Marc Cary, the jazz musician, and his collaborators played two nights in Harlem ahead of the release of his latest album.