Jazz In Town: Trying Times in Jazz

We will most likely remember this week for a long time.  The passing of McCoy Tyner and the coronavirus shaking the foundation of jazz.  The list of cancellations across the country in the cultural world due to coronavirus related concerns is staggering.  The Buffalo area is affected as well as we saw with the cancellation of the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade.  Jazz events are not left unscathed with cancellations.   Unfortunately, we start with three, in particular, that will have forthcoming details in the near future.  Read on…

Please Note This Cancellation/Postponement: Art of Jazz

CANCELED/POSTPONED – Art of Jazz: Ethan Iverson & Tom Harrell Duo

Sunday, March 15 @ 2:00 pm – 5:30 pm
Kleinhans Music Hall3 Symphony Circle
Buffalo, NY 14201 United States 
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Two of modern jazz’s leading lights unite to explore the classic jazz repertoire as heard on their current live recording Common Practice (ECM). A founding member of the Bad Plus, one of the most successful and groundbreaking jazz groups of the 21st century, pianist Ethan Iverson is a restless visionary with a deep respect for jazz history. Tom Harrell, recently voted 2018 Trumpeter of the Year by the Jazz Journalists Association, is one of the most creative and lyrical jazz artists…

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